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Silicone Buttocks Injection: Safe or Unsafe? Good or Bad? Deadly Side Effects?

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Silicone Buttocks Injection: Safe or Unsafe? Good or Bad? Deadly Side Effects? A firm, round and juicy-looking butt. Many women today seek just that, after pop icons Jennifer Jopez, Beyonce and Kim Kardashian have turned the “big booty” into one of a woman’s most desired assets. And some women are even willing to die to get one.

Early last year, medics rushed to a Philadelphia hotel, responding to a 20-year old British woman who was having chest pains and difficulty breathing.

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Celerite Slimming Tea, Slimming Capsules: Side Effects & Safety Issues

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The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is warning consumers not to buy or use Slimming Capsules and Celerite Slimming Tea, two popular weight-loss products, because they contain a controlled substance that can increase blood pressure and pulse rate in those who take it.

Slimming Capsules and Celerite Slimming Tea, sold on various websites as a dietary supplements to lose weight makes false claims of being a “safe” and an “all-natural herbal weight loss remedy,” the FDA said in two advisories published early in 2011.

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Wifi Allergy: Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity is a Thing

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Wifi Allergy: Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity is a Thing. Wi-Fi is a device used to connect electronic devices wirelessly. A Wi-Fi enabled device—a personal computer, video game console, smart phone or digital audio player—can connect to the Internet via a wireless network access point.

An access point, or hotspot, has a range of about 20 meters (65 feet) indoors and a greater range outdoors. Multiple overlapping access points are used to cover areas as large as many square kilometers.

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