Revive Your Feminine Youthfulness With Botox In Brooklyn

Revive Your Feminine Youthfulness with Botox in Brooklyn

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Peter Alis Wilson

When age overtakes, fine lines and wrinkles follow. Most women turn to plastic or cosmetic surgery to regain their long, lost youthful skin. Women no longer want to reveal their real age; perfect skin is what the media and the market promotes. It is no wonder that women choose painful procedures such as facial surgery to recover their girl skin. If you are looking for the perfect solution to gain smooth skin, here is why botox is the right choice.

Why Avoid Cosmetic Surgery

Surgical treatments are inevitable in serious cases of severe facial damage. People who suffer terrible facial burns or experience tragedies that distort their face, cosmetic surgery is the only alternative to restoration. However, the surgical procedure is a poor choice simply to combat wrinkles. Risks arising from surgery can leave the patient seriously injured. Moreover, surgery comes with a painful recovery, the duration of which can last long. If you want a facelift that does not deal with major facial defects, choose the Botox Brooklyn solution.

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Botox Procedure Overview

The option of Botox in Brooklyn is a lot safer than cosmetic surgery. You don t need to be sedated for the botox procedure; instead, a topical anesthesia is given. A qualified cosmetic surgeon injects the affected area of the face with a solution that smoothens out the skin, making it firm. You can expect to experience symptoms such as swelling and stiffness, but these dissipate after a few days.

Keep in mind that the effects of the procedure are not permanent, typically, it can last up to 9 months. Once the effects wear off, you can undergo the botox procedure again. Some women may be allergic to the botox solution. You can request the surgeon to perform a test. This can be carried out on another part of your body.

Find the Best Botox Service

Always opt for the best service for Botox in Brooklyn. You can ask your trusted family and friends of plastic surgeons they know of or have consulted. If you find a botox service, research its website and customer reviews online. It is extremely important that you choose a surgeon who is certified, licensed and experienced in the field. After all, the last thing you want is to visit an inexperienced practitioner who makes the results worse than what you had.

Revive your youth with the best quality Botox in Brooklyn solutions, and face life with confidence and happiness. Self-esteem is the only solution to success.

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Viktor Schreckengost dies at 101

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Viktor Schreckengost dies at 101

Sunday, January 27, 2008

Viktor Schreckengost, the father of industrial design and creator of the Jazz Bowl, an iconic piece of Jazz Age art designed for Eleanor Roosevelt during his association with Cowan Pottery died yesterday. He was 101.

Schreckengost was born on June 26, 1906 in Sebring, Ohio, United States.

Schreckengost’s peers included the far more famous designers Raymond Loewy and Norman Bel Geddes.

In 2000, the Cleveland Museum of Art curated the first ever retrospective of Schreckengost’s work. Stunning in scope, the exhibition included sculpture, pottery, dinnerware, drawings, and paintings.

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Unique New Wedding Centerpiece Designs

By Bridget Mora

If you want to make your wedding dcor really pop, the best way to do it is with unique centerpieces. The trend for 2010 is towards centerpieces which are truly individual, never generic, and simply beautiful. Where couples are really getting creative is in the way in which they choose to display the flowers in their table arrangements. Check out these unique new wedding centerpiece designs to get your reception planning off to a great start.

The thing which is making the centerpieces for 2010 fresh and interesting is not so much the flowers used as the way in which they are used. If last year was all about offbeat materials in simple vessels (think river rocks in a clear square vase), this year is almost the opposite: the flowers are more traditional, but the vessels have a lot of personality. You can choose vessels which tie in with your wedding theme, your favorite color, or ones which just look cool. The choice is yours.

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Let’s say that you are planning a wedding with bright citrus colors like lemon and lime, bringing your signature colors through everything from the bridesmaid dresses and jewelry to the ceremony programs. Rather than simply choosing yellow and lime flowers and putting them in clear vases, you can really run with your color palette when you design the centerpieces. A great look would be to fill a clear plexiglass box with real lemons and limes. On top of that, place a collection of clear short cylinders, each of which holds a perfect white and yellow daisy. Sheer perfection and utterly unexpected.

Fabric covered vessels are also in for this spring and summer. If you think about it, covering simple vases with a beautiful fabric is a very easy way to utterly transform the look of your reception tables. You can be subtle, and select white fabrics with a variety of textures, or go for something a bit more dramatic. If you have decided to embrace the purple color scheme that has been showing up in everything from invitations to bridesmaid jewelry this year, cover your vases in rich purple fabrics, like moire silk, damask, and dupioni. For the most striking effect, combine several smaller centerpieces in different fabrics on each table.

Who is to say that all centerpieces must be placed on the dinner tables? A really fabulous effect can be created when the floral displays are suspended above the tables. One of the most gorgeous wedding photos I have seen in a long time was of a cluster of white rose pomanders suspended over the wedding tables in lieu of standard centerpieces. Another spectacular idea for hanging centerpieces would be long strings of orchids, either in pure white or in a bold color like hot pink. This is especially gorgeous for an outdoor wedding, where the hanging flowers will move gently in the breeze.

Funky props are another top centerpiece idea for 2010. Instead of a vase, use your favorite knick knacks as table dcor. Fill a Morrocan lantern with blossoms and let them spill over the sides. This is an area where a couple can really think outside the box to come up with a centerpiece which says something personal about them. A couple who adores travel, for example, could use old fashioned globes on the reception tables. Drape them with greenery and surround them with tiny tea lights, or be brave and cut the tops off of the globes; instead of the Arctic Circle, your centerpiece globes could be topped with flowing white flowers. Centerpieces this distinctive will make your wedding truly unforgettable.

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Rachel Weisz wants Botox ban for actors

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Rachel Weisz wants Botox ban for actors

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

English actress Rachel Weisz thinks that Botox injections should be banned for all actors.

The 39-year-old actress, best known for her roles in the Mummy movie franchise and for her Academy Award-winning portrayal in The Constant Gardener, feels facial Botox injections leave actors less able to convey emotion and that it harms the acting industry as much as steroids harm athletes.

In an interview with UK’s Harper’s Bazaar, coming out next month, Weisz says, “It should be banned for actors, as steroids are for sportsmen,” she claims. “Acting is all about expression; why would you want to iron out a frown?”

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Currently living in New York, she also mentions that English women are much less worried about their physical appearance than in the United States. “I love the way girls in London dress,” she claimed. “It’s so different to the American ‘blow-dry and immaculate grooming’ thing.”

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Dairy cattle with names produce more milk, according to new study

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Dairy cattle with names produce more milk, according to new study

Thursday, January 29, 2009

Giving a cow a name and treating her as an individual with “more personal touch” can increase milk production, so says a scientific research published in the online “Anthrozoos,” which is described as a “multidisciplinary journal of the interactions of people and animals”.

The Newcastle University‘s School of Agriculture, Food and Rural Development’s (of the Newcastle University Faculty of Science, Agriculture and Engineering) researchers have found that farmers who named their dairy cattle Ermintrude, Daisy, La vache qui rit, Buttercup, Betsy, or Gertrude, improved their overall milk yield by almost 500 pints (284 liters) annually. It means therefore, an average-sized dairy farm’s production increases by an extra 6,800 gallons a year.

“Just as people respond better to the personal touch, cows also feel happier and more relaxed if they are given a bit more one-to-one attention,” said Dr Catherine Douglas, lead researcher of the university’s School of Agriculture, Food and Rural Development. “By placing more importance on the individual, such as calling a cow by her name or interacting with the animal more as it grows up, we can not only improve the animal’s welfare and her perception of humans, but also increase milk production,” she added.

Drs Douglas and Peter Rowlinson have submitted the paper’s conclusion: “What our study shows is what many good, caring farmers have long since believed. Our data suggests that, on the whole, UK dairy farmers regard their cows as intelligent beings capable of experiencing a range of emotions.” The scientific paper also finds that “if cows are slightly fearful of humans, they could produce [the hormone] cortisol, which suppresses milk production,” Douglas noted. “Farmers who have named their cows, probably have a better relationship with them. They’re less fearful, more relaxed and less stressed, so that could have an effect on milk yield,” she added.

South Norfolk goldtop-milk producer Su Mahon, one of the country’s top breeder of Jersey dairy herds, agreed with Newcastle’s findings. “We treat all our cows like one of the family and maybe that’s why we produce more milk,” said Mrs Mahon. “The Jersey has got a mind of its own and is very intelligent. We had a cow called Florence who opened all the gates and we had to get the welder to put catches on to stop her. One of our customers asked me the other day: ‘Do your cows really know their names?’ I said: I really haven’t a clue. We always call them by their names – Florence or whatever. But whether they really do, goodness knows,” she added.

The researchers’ comparative study of production from the country’s National Milk Records reveals that “dairy farmers who reported calling their cows by name got 2,105 gallons (7,938 liters) out of their cows, compared with 2,029 gallons (7,680 liters) per 10-month lactation cycle, and regardless of the farm size or how much the cows were fed. (Some 46 percent of the farmers named their cows.)”

The Newcastle University team which has interviewed 516 UK dairy farmers, has discovered that almost half – 48% – called the cows by name, thereby cutting stress levels and reported a higher milk yield, than the 54% that did not give their cattle names and treated as just one of a herd. The study also reveals cows were made more docile while being milked.

“We love our cows here at Eachwick, and every one of them has a name,” said Dennis Gibb, with his brother Richard who co-owns Eachwick Red House Farm outside of Newcastle. “Collectively, we refer to them as ‘our ladies,’ but we know every one of them and each one has her own personality. They aren’t just our livelihood, they’re part of the family,” Gibb explained.

“My brother-in-law Bobby milks the cows and nearly all of them have their own name, which is quite something when there are about 200 of them. He would be quite happy to talk about every one of them. I think this research is great but I am not at all surprised by it. When you are working with cows on a daily basis you do get to know them individually and give then names.” Jackie Maxwell noted. Jackie and her husband Neill jointly operate the award-winning Doddington Dairy at Wooler, Doddington, Northumberland, which makes organic ice cream and cheeses with milk from its own Friesian cows.

But Marcia Endres, a University of Minnesota associate professor of dairy science, has criticized the Newcastle finding. “Individual care is important and could make a difference in health and productivity. But I would not necessarily say that just giving cows a name would be a foolproof indicator of better care,” she noted. According to a 2007 The Scientist article, named or otherwise, dairy cattle make six times more milk today than they did in the 1990s. “One reason is growth hormone that many U.S. farmers now inject their cows with to increase their milk output; another is milking practices that extend farther into cows’ pregnancies, according to the article; selective breeding also makes for lots of lactation,” it states.

Critics claimed the research was flawed and confused a correlation with causation. “Basically they asked farmers how to get more milk and whatever half the farmers said was the conclusion,” said Hank Campbell, author of Scientific Blogging. In 1996, the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs provided for a complex new cattle passport system where farmers were issued with passport identities. The first calf born under the new regime were given names like “UK121216100001.”

Dr Douglas, however, counters that England doesn’t permit dairy cattle to be injected hormones. The European Union and Canada have banned recombinant bovine growth hormone (rGBH), which increases mastitis infection, requiring antibiotics treatment of infected animals. According to the Center for Food Safety, rGBH-treated cows also have higher levels of the hormone insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF1), which may be associated with cancer.

In August 2008, Live Science published a study which revealed that cows have strange sixth sense of magnetic direction and are not as prone to cow-tipping. It cited a study of Google Earth satellite images which shows that “herds of cattle tend to face in the north-south direction of Earth’s magnetic lines while grazing or resting.”

Newcastle University is a research intensive university in Newcastle upon Tyne in the north-east of England. It was established as a School of Medicine and Surgery in 1834 and became the “University of Newcastle upon Tyne” by an Act of Parliament in August 1963.

The School of Agriculture, Food and Rural Development is a school of the Newcastle University Faculty of Science, Agriculture and Engineering, a faculty of Newcastle University. It was established in the city of Newcastle upon Tyne as the College of Physical Science in 1871 for the teaching of physical sciences, and was part of Durham University. It existed until 1937 when it joined the College of Medicine to form King’s College, Durham.

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NHL: Penguins to remain in Pittsburgh

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NHL: Penguins to remain in Pittsburgh

Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Pennsylvania governor Ed Rendell announced Tuesday morning that a deal had been struck between state and local officials and the Pittsburgh Penguins hockey franchise. The Penguins organization will formally announce the deal tonight, prior to the Penguins game against the Buffalo Sabres at the Mellon Arena. The deal will ensure that the Penguins will remain in the city with a 30 year lease on a new arena to be built in downtown Pittsburgh. The framework of the deal was constructed in an emergency meeting last Thursday in Philadelphia, when both government and franchise officials indicated that progress had been made, with the details laid out over the weekend. With the new deal, the Penguins organization would be expected to pay $3.8 million per year, as well as $7.5 million per year from both Don Barden, owner of Majestic Star Casino, and the state economic development fund. The Penguins organization has also been given the option of building a parking garage on property of the Pittsburgh Sports Authority between Centre and Fifth avenues, by contributing $500,000 per year.

The new arena is expected to cost approximately $290 million, and should be completed and ready to host hockey games by 2009. The Penguins will sign a temporary lease to keep the team at Mellon Arena until the new building is finished.

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The Qualifications And Experience An Eye Doctor Needs

When selecting an eye doctor, numerous factors need consideration. Your sight is vital to your quality of life. By visiting this professional at least one time per year, you are taking steps to maintain it and potentially to prevent loss of it. The health care provider you select for this responsibility needs to be someone you feel comfortable working with on a regular basis. He or she should be someone with the qualifications and experience to help you to trust in the information provided. Not just any practitioner is good enough.The Key Qualifications to Look ForAn eye doctor should be able to provide you with a list of credentials that showcase his or her abilities to provide service to you. You should ask for them. Ultimately, you want to ensure this provider has the ability to diagnosis, treat, and even prevent any type of health conditions related to your optical health.The two most common types of providers are ophthalmologists and optometrists. Both should have certifications and licensing to operate in your state as these positions. The education obtained should be from an accredited school for these programs. The state board of optometry or state medical board will hold these licenses for you to verify. It should be for the current year. In addition, if you are working with an ophthalmologist, this person should have an internship and residency experience. This is part of their training and development.ExperienceConsider the experience the provider has too. If you are looking for a provider who will work with children, be sure he or she has extensive experience in this field. Determine the types of treatment and procedures the provider offers. Some may not perform surgeries, for example. Others may focus their practice on specialized conditions. Some providers use the most up-to-date technologies available. Many will put additional time into training to provide improved abilities or specialized treatments. Look for a provider that is known as one of the best in his or her field, especially in areas of research and development. This is especially important in situations where your condition warrants care that is more extensive.When working with an eye doctor for standard vision screening, get to know the provider well. Discuss your situation in-depth. Ask questions. See whether or not the provider takes the time to sit down and talk to you about your health and wellbeing. The more comfortable you feel with this provider the better. Ultimately, it is up to you to determine the best possible person for the job. Your sight is dependent on the selection you make. Get information about the experience and education of the individual and use your instinct to know if you can trust this professional.

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Useful Facts About Encino Cosmetic Dentist

Useful Facts about Encino Cosmetic Dentist

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Gary Tobin

It is always fair to fix things quickly which affects yourself consciousness. There is no reason for you to feel shy in every social event. For most of the people as they grow older their teeth gets defected. They feel shy to go in the social environments. Even they are shy for their discolored teeth and sometimes also for their swollen mouth. They feel discomfort able to go in front of younger ones. It is only because, teeth determines a human personality immensely. And if you are in California and you are associated with marketing or entertaining job then you have to maintain your teeth properly. For that you have to visit an Encino Cosmetic Dentist. You can’t just pick up any of the Encino Dentist. You should explore a bit about Dentist Encino before selecting your Cosmetic Dentist Encino. An experienced Dentist in Encino will take all the necessary measures regarding your teeth. They usually take a full mouth test again unless they get any full proof film from the patients previous Dentistry Encino.

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Encino Dentist doing regular check- ups can help you to detect your problem much earlier. Regular checkups with Dentist Encino are provided with regular tooth cleaning, fluoride treatment and periodontal examination. They may help you to avoid costly repairs later. An Encino cosmetic dentist will suggest you about the frequency of the maintenance that your tooth requires. Cosmetic Dentist Encino also provides their patients with x-ray examinations and calculus removal. Once for a phase the treatment is over then the patient asked for a time table check up by a Dentist in Encino and notifies them with next due check up date. The main fact is that, you should find the best Dentistry Encino. There are lots of information regarding them are available online. Before getting into the treatment from any Dentistry Encino you should see all the treatment packages available from an Encino Dentist. There may different type of solution to your problem available your Encino Cosmetic dentist. You should consult your Dentist Encino about this before with proper knowledge about the way of treatment and its cost. An examination done by a Cosmetic Dentist Encino should have inspection of gum, teeth, lips, tongue, palate, lymph node and thyroid gland. It is the responsibility of a good Dentist in Encino to characterize everything with high detail. The price and the glamour of the clinic is not the ultimate way to judge the quality of a Dentist Encino. It is better judged by measuring the time which an Encino dentist is giving to you. Problems related teeth requires time for cure and also requires regular checkups. Even a best Dentist in Encino can’t challenge to fix your problems within few days. Cosmetic Dentist Encino is not only required by the people who want to look better. It is nowadays a usual issue. Everyone faces tooth related problems. So Encino Cosmetic Dentist is in huge demand now days. It is up to you to find the best Dentistry Encino. For more information visit us at http://www.drgarytobin.com/

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American animator Jack Zander dies, aged 99

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American animator Jack Zander dies, aged 99

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Jack Zander, the animator whose career lasted from the “golden age” of theatrical animation into the 1980s, has died at the age of 99 on Monday, December 17.

Born in May of 1908, he helped animate the Tom and Jerry cartoons with William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, including Puss Gets the Boot (1940), The Night Before Christmas (1941), Fine Feathered Friend (1942), and Sufferin’ Cats (1943).

Zander was nominated for an Outstanding Animated Program Emmy in 1981 for Gnomes, and in 1984 he won the Motion Picture Screen Cartoonists’ Golden Award.

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Toothpaste fills cavities without drilling

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Toothpaste fills cavities without drilling

Thursday, February 24, 2005

A paste containing synthetic tooth enamel can seal small cavities without drilling. Kazue Yamagishi and colleagues at the FAP Dental Institute in Tokyo say that the paste can repair small cavities in 15 minutes.

Currently, fillers don’t stick to such small cavities so dentists must drill bigger holes. Hydroxyapatite crystals, of which natural enamel is made, bond with teeth to repair tiny areas of damage.

Yamagishi and colleagues have tested their paste on a lower premolar tooth that showed early signs of decay. They found that the synthetic enamel merged with the natural enamel. The synthetic enamel also appears to make teeth stronger which will improve resistance to future decay. As with drilling, however, there is still the potential for pain: The paste is strongly acidic to encourage crystal growth and causes inflammation if it touches the gums.

The paste is reported in the journal Nature.

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