Poor Air Quality & Pollution Can Wreak Havoc On Your Skin. Here’s How To Protect It

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The apocalyptic orange skies over California and Oregon caused by recent wildfires and subsequent smog have millions of Americans worried about air quality and pollution more than ever. Though uniquely visible on the West Coast, climate change is taking effect all across the country (and the world), which means there’s an urgent need to figure out how to protect skin from polluted air now.



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To help understand the issue, we spoke with the expert: licensed dermatologist Loretta Ciraldo, MD, FAAD, better known as Dr. Loretta, a clinician and brand founder who has been studying the relationship between environmental aggressors and the skin for more than 40 years. She says that, in addition to the obvious threats to our health, air pollution can cause a slew of skin issues, from age spots and wrinkles to acne breakouts. Ahead, she educates us on the best practices for

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Dr. Adel Quttainah: Successfully Combines Cosmetic Medicine and Surgery – Press Release

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NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / September 4, 2020 / Dr. Adel Quttainah is no stranger to making history. After all, before opening Quttainah Medical Center in 2016, he launched Cosmetic Surgery Clinic, making him the first to provide all cosmetic medicine and surgery under one roof in Kuwait. It’s been years since then, and he is not showing signs of stopping anytime soon.

Before making a name for himself in the industry, he worked his way up to get there. Dr. Adel Quttainah received his training at the National University of Ireland, University College Cork. He then completed a five-year residency in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada. After graduating, he joined the University of Toronto for a Microsurgery Fellowship. He dealt mostly with breast reconstruction using free tissue transfer and perforator flaps and free muscle transfer for facial reanimation post-facial paralysis. His experience throughout

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Peloton shares drop, then rebound on Apple’s Fitness+ announcement

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Peloton (PTON) shares initially dropped after tech giant Apple (AAPL) announced its Fitness + app for the Apple Watch and iPhone. The service will provide exercise videos that users can follow via their devices.

Prior to the announcement, Peloton’s stock had been up more than 7% on the heels of a price target increase at Argus Research. The stock dipped by about 5% after the Fitness+ unveiling, before partially rebounding.

Apple is tapping into a market in which the bike and treadmill maker has been a major winner. Peloton’s second quarter smashed estimates, posting its first ever profit. Its results were boosted by the pandemic as people have been working out at home.



a tall building in a city: The Peloton logo is displayed, center, on the Nasdaq MarketSite, Thursday, Sept. 26, 2019 in New York's Times Square. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)


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The Peloton logo is displayed, center, on the Nasdaq MarketSite, Thursday, Sept. 26, 2019 in New York’s Times Square. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

Recently Peloton announced it was cutting the price for its

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People are putting off going to the dentist. But your dentist wants you back and has put precautions in place.

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Dr. Scott Asnis’ dental office in Bellmore, New York, looks a lot different than it did in February.

Parents thought their son couldn’t speak, until a dentist visit changed their lives

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Today, after checking in inside – where you and the receptionist are separated by a plastic barrier – you are asked to wait in your car until your dentist is ready to see you.

Once called back, you must don a face mask, while dental technicians take your temperature and have you wash your hands thoroughly. Then they ask that you gargle with a peroxide solution to kill any bacteria inside your mouth.

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Once in the chair, technicians at the dental chain he founded, Dental365, will not use the typical tools to clean your teeth. Any aerosols to

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Israeli government approves $3.2 billion budget supplement for 2020

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Israel’s Cabinet unanimously approved on Wednesday NIS 11 billion ($3.2 billion) in supplementary government spending for 2020. The plan, which was approved by the Knesset Finance Committee in August, puts total government spending for the year at approximately NIS 411 billion ($120.6 billion).

Israel has remained without a 2020 budget due to a political stalemate that resulted in three Knesset elections within 12 months, most recently on March 2. Although under Israeli law the deadline for the passing of a state budget is March 31, after the current government was inaugurated on May 17, the Knesset extended the deadline twice—first to Aug. 25 and then to Dec. 23

The government must still approve a state budget and submit it for three Knesset readings by Dec. 23, or it will dissolve and new elections will be triggered.

Among allocations included in the supplementary budget plan are

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