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Posts for August 7th 2009
"The reason we studied redheads in the beginning, it was essentially an urban legend in the anesthesia community saying redheads were difficult to anesthetize," anesthesiologist Dr. Daniel I. Sessler told the New York Times. "Redheads really do require more anesthesia, and by a clinically important amount," he added.
On top of that, the ginger-haired also need a heftier dose of local anesthetics, like Novocaine. As a result, they're two times less likely to visit the the dentist than their blond-, brunette-, and black-haired counterparts. It's all due to a mutation of the MC1R gene, which influences the redness of hair and lightness of skin. I wonder if any of these famous redheads experience dental anxiety? From the looks of their brilliant chompers, they don't.
This October, Carol's Daughter is launching a new bath collection to celebrate Disney's next big release, The Princess and the Frog. The film, due in December, has raised both excitement and WWD, she says the film is “an event with significant social importance. I’m thrilled and proud that African-American girls everywhere will see the movie and see someone to identify with.” The Carol's Daughter bubble bath, detangler, shampoo, and conditioner celebrate the new princess, Tiana, by featuring moments from the film on their packaging. Like other products from the line, these will include ingredients aimed at pampering African-American hair in particular, although they're said to be suitable for everyone. Each item in the collection is nicely priced at $10. Although I'm not sure what to expect of the movie yet, I do love Carol's Daughter — the products are inexpensive and the ingredients are sure to be high quality, so I might check these out.
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As a result, directors even have to shoot around them in L'Oréal commercials. Of her knuckles, Milla said, "They're all cut up. They used to be really soft, but they can't use them any more. They use someone else's." While most of us don't have the luxury of having a hand model step in when needed, and most of our nicks and cuts don't come from pistols and daggers, the next time you feel embarrassed by your mangled mani, don't. Chalk it up to life experience.
This term from the realm of physical therapy refers to a form of deep-tissue massage intended to stretch and release bonds between connective tissues, thus giving healthier muscle alignment and greater range of motion. Lately, however, it's become popular in antiaging facial massages, since some people believe that stretching the fascia (the soft tissue that protects your muscles and organs) can help eliminate wrinkles and sagging in your face's underlying musculature, or at least relieve tension to minimize fine lines.
If you never played Candy Land as a little one, you missed out. It's a classic game, and as the name suggests, it taught me all sorts of things about a variety of sugary treats. For all of you who did play, though, I have just one question: How's your memory, grown-up? Brave my quiz and see if you're still the ruler of Gum Drop Mountain.Take the Quiz