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How Are Non Invasive Aesthetic and Cosmetic Treatments Performed in Glasgow?

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Curiosity is good thing in life as it promotes creativity and exploration. When it comes to cosmetic and aesthetic treatments especially, it’s essential to understand different procedures and the type of results they may yield. The fact that many of these treatments are non-invasive makes them even more attractive as a viable option for improving one’s physical appearance. Continue reading How Are Non Invasive Aesthetic and Cosmetic Treatments Performed in Glasgow?

How to Prepare Mentally and Physically for Surgery

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The prevalence of surgical procedures in the UK corresponds broadly with that of the western world, with around one-in-10 Brits undergoing a surgical procedure every year.

While most of these will be minor or elective surgeries, some are highly intrusive and could have a detrimental impact on your long-term wellbeing. Continue reading How to Prepare Mentally and Physically for Surgery

KickStarter Campaign: Musician Brad Carter Fighting To Record an Album Before It’s Too Late!

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Brad Shown Playing Guitar During Recent Brain Surgery, Which, Sadly, Failed to Halt the Progression of His Disease.

Thanks to Leah Cevoli for telling me about this campaign:

“My name is Brad Carter. I am an actor, artist, occasional stand-up comedian and a guitarist from Macon, Georgia now living in Los Angeles, Ca. In the past few months I’ve had two surgeries on my brain to help me play guitar again. Maybe you saw it on the Today Show or your local news. I never knew any of that was going to happen. All I wanted was to be able to play guitar for a few years longer. I have a disease called Essential Tremor. This is a progressive neurological disease and there is no cure. My doctors think it could very well become Parkinson’s in the near future. I want to make the most of the time the surgery has given me by recording an album and sharing my story with you. Thank you for becoming a part of this Kickstarter project. It means the world to me.”

Please visit Brad’s Kickstarter page at This Link to watch Brad’s very moving video, to get more information on Brad and to donate to his very deserving campaign! Thank You!