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The Grossest YouTube Videos To Watch When You Need To ‘Relax’

There was a time when YouTube was a platform where you can learn how to curl your hair, do a winged liner, or perfect a flawless foundation look. Now, you can find all sorts of videos on YT—including

Dr. Pimple Popper’s 12 Pops of Christmas Video

When contemplating which holiday classic to binge watch tonight (an installment of the Harry Potter series, or The Holiday, perhaps?), we’re going to go ahead and put in our recommendation for the Dr. Pimple Popperholiday special. In case you’re behind on

Arachnoid Cyst

Arachnoid cysts are the benign cysts in the cerebrospinal axis. These cysts usually occur in association with arachnoid cisterns. These cysts are congenital and diagnosed accidentally. Some time they are formed due to surgery and infections. The

Top 4 Breast self-examination

Lie down and put your left arm under your head. Use your right hand to examine your left breast. With your 3 middle fingers flat, move gently in small circular motions over the entire breast, checking for

Foods To Eat During Kidney Stones

Water Hydration is an essential to maintaining the optimal health condition of your kidneys. This natural detoxifier has the ability to dissolve kidney stones. Food with natural calcium It may sound contradictory, but the natural calcium from

Auscultation of Adventitious Breath Sounds

Abnormal breath sounds are called “extra” or “adventitious” breath sounds. Adventitious breath sounds include crackles (formerly known as rales), wheezes, rhonchi and friction rubs. Air flowing by liquid cause crackles (rales). Crackles can be fine, medium or

5 things you may not know about breast cancer

1)Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in Ontario women. One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime. In Ontario, breast cancer happens mostly in women ages 50 to 74 (61

New blood test detects early stage ovarian cancer

Research on a bacterial toxin first discovered in Adelaide has led to the development a new blood test for the early diagnosis of ovarian cancer – a disease which kills over 1000 Australian women and 150,000 globally

ARE SKIN CANCERS ITCHY?

Which Skin Cancers are Itchy? Skin cancers like basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma are more prone to itchy symptoms. A recent study in the US documented that up to 30% of patients who were found to have

6 Thing to know about Conception

90% of women don’t know that 2 days before through the day of ovulation is the best time to try to get pregnant and 40% of women don’t know that a woman is born with all of the