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Popular pre-moistened toiletry wipes are causing an increased number of allergic reactions in Americans using them, according to doctors at the Ohio State University.
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Spring allergies aren't the only thing to worry about these days. More people are developing an itchy, painful rash in an effort to stay clean. A dermatologist says a preservative in many pre-moistened wipes is linked to a dramatic rise in allergic reactions. The allergen, a chemical preservative referred to as MI, is found in many water-based products like liquid soaps, hair products, sunscreen ...
Now this is a fancy dress party we would have liked an invite to. Katherine Jenkins was looking totally scrummy as she partied with a… via Emag.co.uk
Now this is a fancy dress party we would have liked an invite to. Katherine Jenkins was looking totally scrummy as she partied with a gaggle of nine gal pals in Las Vegas for a hen do recently.
Katherine Jenkins went from classical singing sensation to action woman as she dressed up as Tomb Raider star Lara Croft for a Las Vegas hen do with her friends.
Good news: Microsoft's Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit (EMET) is, as its title suggests, an anti-exploit tool and a free download, provided by Microsoft, to enhance the security of an endpoint PC. Bromium Labs news: Its research team bypassed all protections.
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Calling all cool kids — Tuesday, the Museum at FIT debuts “Beyond Rebellion: Fashioning the Biker Jacket,” an exhibition tracing the history of the biker jacket and its evolution from...
Last Saturday, the temperature was forecast to finally climb out of the sub-zero range (for one day only, mind you, before plunging again). A perfect opportunity to join a family nature walk led by High Park’s young rangers. My husband and I joined the group at 1 p.m. at the park’s nature centre on Parkside Dr., where we met the rangers and their leader, park naturalist Jon Hayes, and were given ...
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