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THE MOST BEAUTIFUL FEMALE BREASTS – PERKY, BOUNCY, HUGE OR SMALL WE HAVE 'EM ALL!
I used to be covered under medicaid, however I became ineligible when I turned 19 even though I am a full time student (either I misread the new law or the rep didn’t understand a word I was saying.) And by law I am required to have health insurance, so I am currently enrolled in my school’s health insurance. However, it mainly gives discount for prescription drugs. So I was wondering if there were any orthodontic or dental insurance that covers orthodontic for adults (I’m 20) where I or my parents don’t have to pay too much. I have a pretty big open bite, I think my bottom teeth keep getting more crooked, and I think I have a cavity or two because I can actually see a crater on the outer surface of one of a tooth.
I may ask my mom how much her insurance is through her work because when she had it a couple years back, she said it was really expensive.
Laboratory experiments showed that applying physical pressure to the cells guided them back to a normal growth pattern.
Scientists do not envisage fighting breast cancer with a new range of compression bras, but they believe the research provides clues that could lead to new treatments.
“People have known for centuries that physical force can influence our bodies,” said Gautham Venugopalan, a leading member of the research team at the University of California in Berkeley, United States.
“When we lift weights our muscles get bigger. The force of gravity is essential to keeping our bones strong. Here we show that physical force can play a role in the growth – and reversion – of cancer cells.”
The study involved growing malignant breast epithelial cells within a gel injected into flexible silicone chambers. This allowed the scientists to apply compression during the first stages of cell growth, effectively squashing the cells.
Over time, the squeezed malignant cells began to grow in a more normal and organised way.
Once the breast tissue structure was formed the cells stopped growing, even when the compressive force was removed. Non-compressed cells continued to display the haphazard and uncontrolled growth that leads to cancer.
“Malignant cells have not completely forgotten how to be healthy; they just need the right cues to guide them back to a healthy growth pattern,” said Mr Venugopalan, a doctoral student.
The results were presented at the annual meeting of the American Society for Cell Biology in San Francisco.
by Carly rae Morgan
Ded Morozis a fictional character who in some Slavic cultures plays a role similar to that of Santa Claus. The literal translation of the name would be “Old Man Frost”, although the name is often translated as “Father Frost” in light of the modern usage of “ded” to refer to a grandfather. Ded Moroz is said to bring presents to children, however, unlike the secretive Santa Claus, the gifts are often delivered “in person”, at New Year’s Eve parties and other New Year celebrations.
Depictions of Ded Moroz commonly show him accompanied by Snegurochka (“Snow Maiden”), his granddaughter and helper, who is often depicted in long silver-blue robes and a furry cap or a snowflake-like crown. She is a unique attribute of Ded Moroz; no traditional gift-givers from other cultures are portrayed with a similar companion.
by Carly rae Morgan
You may wonder what will happen if during the year Santa visits our daily updated blog regularly. Well this picture reveals how boobslovin.com affects good guys and girls! Makes them pay attention to what is essential!
Faux vintage photography, that is making new (usually digital) photographs appear old, has taken off in the last few years with the popularity of smart phone photography apps. With a few finger swipes across your phone’s display you can make digital images look like they were shot with old film cameras. What’s more, these apps not only simulate the coloring, shape, and style of many old photos, but they also imitate image deterioration. For example, some apps add effects to your photographs that mimic the shift in hues images undergo when dyes start to deteriorate. Some add scratches, stains, or dust that you may find on old images. Other apps add borders of iconic photo formats, such as the white edges around a Polaroid image.
by Carlt Rae Morgan