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I Have Combination Skin, and These Are the 10 Drugstore Products I Use to Keep It Healthy

Kim Duong, HelloGiggles

Cleanse, moisturize, sleep, repeat—or not. From the 18-product maximalists to the one-and-done movers and shakers, everybody’s skincare routine differs. In A.M. to P.M., we explore the morning and evening routines of people with different skincare concerns, from targeting acne to embracing vegan beauty.

Age: 27

Skin Type: Combination

Skin Concerns: Congestion, dryness, uneven skin tone

Growing up, I was never really aware of my skin. TBH, I was one of those girls who never wore foundation and rarely ever got a blemish. Back then, my skincare routine consisted of just splashing cold water on my face and using a random drugstore cleanser in the shower. But those days are long gone.

I developed hormonal acne, a picking habit, and hyperpigmentation in my early twenties. I tried dozens of skincare products, usually whatever made it onto Sephora’s bestseller list, but none of them worked long-term. My skin

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Press Release | Chickasaw Nation

Release Date: October 06, 2020

by Chickasaw Nation Media Relations Office

  • David D. Atkins is a founding member of the Chickasaw Cycling Club. As a citizen at-large, he finds the time to ride with the club at least once a year, especially the Pontotoc Pursuit in Ada, Oklahoma.

  • David D. Atkins proudly wears his Chickasaw Cycling Clubs jersey while cycling overseas in Austria, Europe.

For World Mental Health Day Oct. 10, many are thinking of ways to improve their lives. It has long been known the benefits of physical activity aid not only the body, but the mind as well. For 73-year-old Chickasaw elder David D. Atkins, cycling has become a spiritual experience.

“It’s a time when you are out clearing your head,” Atkins said. “It’s a meditation time and my prayer time. It

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Keeping it clean behind the scenes: Sterile Processing Technicians perform important role in Army medicine | Article

FORT LEONARD WOOD, Mo. — It’s something patients probably aren’t thinking about as they walk into General Leonard Wood Army Community Hospital or one of Fort Leonard Wood’s dental clinics, but it’s arguably one of the most important elements to Army medicine — instrument sterilization.The technicians who perform this task every day help to ensure patient safety, and the week of Oct. 11 through 17 is designated Sterile Processing Week to recognize their efforts.“Sterile Processing Technicians are behind the scenes in the medical and dental community, but we’re also a very crucial part of eliminating infections,” said Shirley Caracci, one of two technicians at Boak Dental Clinic. “This job requires passion, dedication, patience and precision to ensure the safety and well-being of all patients and staff.”Caracci said patients are at risk of infections from dirty instruments used during any type of medical procedure, and the consequences can be disastrous for

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Dentist who extracted tooth on hoverboard gets 12 years

An Alaska dentist who extracted a patient’s tooth while riding on a hoverboard has been sentenced to 12 years behind bars for that stunt and other wheel-y bad crimes.

Seth Lookhart was sentenced Monday in Anchorage Superior Court on dozens of charges that stemmed from actions that ranged from his scooting antics to Medicaid fraud and removing a patient’s teeth without their permission, the Anchorage Daily News reported.

He was convicted back in January on charges of reckless endangerment, illegally practicing dentistry and medical assistance fraud.

“In reviewing all this over and over again, I have this visceral response — you darn near killed some people,” Judge Michael Wolverton said in handing down the sentence.

Seth Lookhart
Seth Lookhart on the hoverboard during the procedure

The court heard testimony at his trial from patient Veronica Wilhelm, who was sedated when he was recorded performing her tooth extraction on a hoverboard in July

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How risky is a keto diet? Experts answer

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While dieting is a common practice these days, death due to a certain kind of diet was previously unheard of. Until it was learnt that actor Misti Mukherjee’s demise was because of kidney failure caused by the ‘keto diet’ — which has gained a lot of popularity in the recent past.

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A statement made by her family claims the actor — who is survived by her parents and brother — “was in a lot of pain”.

Mukherjee’s passing raises a series of questions on the health risks of dieting. As such, it becomes important to understand the reasons that may have led to her health deterioration and subsequent death.

What is the keto diet? 

It entails the consumption of high amounts

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