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Makeup that Covers Up Tattoos by Meg W. Patient Expert Posted Wed 24 Mar 2010 9:30am The Stylist tells us today that Angelina Jolie's secret to covering up her 13 tattoos is a full coverage foundation called Cover FX. Cover FX is celebrating their tenth year anniversary in covering everything from tattoos to acne and rosacea. It's apparently the only product on the market that can cover port wine birthmarks. Check ... Read on »
What’s Your “Birthmark”? [Learning to love what we can't change] by Charlotte H. Patient Expert Posted Tue 04 Sep 2012 9:48am Man I miss Gary Larson! Pink rainbow panties over her diaper and a huge hair flower: That’s what passes for a swimsuit (or “smimsmoop”) for Jelly Bean and watching her frolic in the end-of-summer 93-degree weather it seemed perfectly appropriate. Diaper and undies – who says you can’t have it both ways? In an attempt to make our ... Read on »
Liz Earle Sheer Skin Tint - Beige {Product Review} by Perfectskincare C. Facebook Posted Thu 13 Oct 2011 7:30pm This is the second tint I have used after MVO Moisturizing Face Screen. So, lets see how it did for my skin? Price: 21 Pounds (Rs 1600 approx) for 40 ml Ingredients Zinc Oxide and Titanium Dioxide are responsible for the spf 15 and seeing them right in the top of the list makes me happy and then, you can see the iron oxid ... Read on »
Health Activist Writer’s Month Challenge Day 10 #HAWMC: Dear 16-year-old me by Jan Hasak Posted Tue 10 Apr 2012 12:43pm   It’s the tenth day of the  WEGO Health Activist Writer’s Month , in which I have challenged myself (as have some fellow bloggers) to write daily about health.  Today’s prompt is about what you would say to 16-year-old you knowing what you know now. It’s inspired by the “Dear 16-year-old me” YouTube campaign video  sponsored b ... Read on »
Richard Simmons Video Produced by Covered California Prompts State Senator To Call For An Audit Of the Exchange, But Covered Cal by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sat 01 Feb 2014 2:06pm You have to laugh your fanny off here when you hear Covered California state that it’s been a big media success…yeah what kind of success is the question.  The purpose was to attract and motivate consumers to sign up for health insurance.   I posted the video here.  Covered California Turns to Richard Simmons To Promote Get Covered “The ... Read on »
Solarium: Do We Really Need To Sunbathe? by Kodjoworkout Posted Sun 28 Apr 2013 4:47pm In the early Spring, solarium is especially popular. You want to look rested, refreshed and attractive, and the easiest way to achieve this is getting tanned. But is it really healthy? It is a fact that in the USA, nearly 30 million people use solarium on a regular basis, among which 2.3 million are teenagers. Supporters of the tannin ... Read on »
Covered California Turns to Richard Simmons To Promote Get Covered “The Dance Off”…Very Interesting Video, WTF by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 17 Jan 2014 6:39pm Unbelievable…it almost requires no words…you have give Richard Simmons credit he’s still out there moving..   I don’t know who the guy is that is with him…and yes I’m sure this part of the funds California received to promote signing up…hmmm…does Richard Simmons do it for you?  BD      Hat Tip:  Zero Hedge for this o ... Read on »
To Cover or Not to Cover by Sandi W. Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 3:26am The back of my head, as you can see here, says U.S. out of Iraq. Sometimes it is faint. Sometimes it looks like USOUT of IRAB but you get the message. Most people do when they look carefully, usually from above. My dentist noticed when it had faded completely, and thought I'd had a change of heart, and was reassured when I returned with the prote ... Read on »
Uncomfortable Arithmetic — Whom to Cover versus What to Cover by Brian Ahier Posted Thu 17 Dec 2009 11:33am Katherine Baicker, Ph.D., and Amitabh Chandra, Ph.D. Much of the current debate about expanding health insurance coverage avoids addressing an uncomfortable trade-off: with a limited budget, making benefits more generous means being able to cover fewer people. Moreover, designing insurance benefits that are limited to coverage of higher-va ... Read on »
Row Covers, Floating Row Covers, Garden Blankets, and Shade Cloth by Steve .. Patient Expert Posted Sun 21 Feb 2010 9:00am Row covers, floating row covers, garden blankets, and shade cloth are made from varying weights of synthetic materials and are used to protect plants.   Heavyweight rows covers and garden blankets or quilts are used to protect plants from cold temperatures, chilling winds, and frosts--most often in late autumn, winter, and early spring ... Read on »