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Tattoos: Understand risks and precautions
Tattoos might make you feel cool and are more common than ever, but don't take tattooing lightly. Know the risks and understand basic safety precautions and aftercare steps before jumping into tattooing! You could be the proud owner of a new tattoo in a matter of hours — but don't let the ease of getting tattoos stop you from making a thoughtful decision about permanent body art. Before you get a tattoo, make sure you know what's involved. Also, be certain that tattooing is the right decision for you. How tattoos are done: A tattoo is a permanent mark or design made on your skin with pigments inserted through pricks into the skin's top layer. Typically, the tattoo artist uses a hand-held machine that acts much like a sewing machine, with one or more needles piercing the skin repeatedly. With every puncture, the needles insert tiny ink droplets. The process — which is done without anesthetics — causes a small amount of bleeding and slight to potentially significant pain. Tattoos breach the skin, which means that skin infections and other complications are possible. Specific risks include: 1) Allergic reactions. Tattoo dyes — especially red, green, yellow and blue dyes — can cause allergic skin reactions, such as an itchy rash at the tattoo site. This can occur even years after you get the tattoo. 2) Skin infections. A skin infection — which might cause redness, swelling, pain and a pus-like drainage — is possible after tattooing. Other skin problems. Sometimes bumps called granulomas form around tattoo ink. Tattooing can also lead to keloids — raised areas caused by an overgrowth of scar tissue. 3) Bloodborne diseases. If the equipment used to create your tattoo is contaminated with infected blood, you can contract various bloodborne diseases — including tetanus, hepatitis B and hepatitis C. 4) MRI complications. Rarely, tattoos or permanent makeup might cause swelling or burning in the affected areas during magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) exams. In some cases, tattoo pigments can interfere with the quality of the image — such as when a person who has permanent eyeliner has an MRI of the eye. Medication or other treatment — including possible removal of the tattoo — might be needed if you experience an allergic reaction to the tattoo ink or you develop an infection or other skin problem near a tattoo. By Mayo Clinic
Mystery Artist Wanksy Paints Penises Around Potholes To Get Them Fixed [NSFW]
Armed with only a can of spray paint, an artist located in Manchester, England, is determined to rid the streets of potholes. How does one get rid of a potholes when city officials don't take the issue seriously? By drawing penises on them of course. The anonymous artist goes by the name "Wanksy", a clever spin-off of the famous street artists Banksy. The artist decided to draw attention to the "appalling" pothole-ridden streets after some of his cyclists friends were badly injured due to the potholes on the streets. “I wanted to attract attention to the pothole and make it memorable. Nothing seemed to do this better than a giant comedy phallus,” he said. “It’s also speedy, I don’t want to be in the road for a long time. It seems to have become my signature. I just want to make people smile and draw attention to the problem.” The artist uses non-permanent paint that washes out within a week or two. Despite the paint's short life span, the potholes have been getting fixed quicker than they were previously. So apparently a penis on the street elevates the urgency of road repair. "People will drive over the same pothole and forget about it,” the artist said. “Suddenly you draw something amusing around it, everyone sees it and it either gets reported or fixed." The local government is not amused. A council spokesman in Bury, a town in Greater Manchester, told the Evening News that the artist’s actions “are not only stupid but incredibly insulting to local residents. Has this person, for just one second, considered how families with young children must feel when they are confronted with these obscene symbols as they walk to school? Not only is this vandalism, but it’s also counter-productive,” the spokesman said. “Every penny that we have to spend cleaning off this graffiti is a penny less that we have to spend on actually repairing the potholes.” Regardless of whether the local government has to spend more to clean the graffiti, the artist is ultimately succeed in his goal. And from the looks of the repair jobs, the local government is spending no time or money trying to remove the graffiti. Rather, they are just covering the pothole with new asphalt.
6 Ways to Beat Your Sugar Habit
Sugar is essential whether you are out riding a bike, running, or working out. If provides us fuel and keeps us going. However, you don't need 23 teaspoons per day, which is how much sugar Americans consume on average. Consuming that amount of sugar is dangerous. It can lead to heart disease, hardened arteries, and many other adverse health conditions. Here are six great tips on beating your sugar addiction, written by Mike Rousell, Ph.D and author of The 6 Pillars of Nutrition. 1. Kick The Can Soda Soda is packed with added sugars. If you can't cut it out cold turkey then try this out. Replace regular soda with diet soda or a reduced calories/sugar-free version, it will reduce the sugar intake while still giving you a sugar fix. After a week of diet soda switch to seltzer water with a slice of citrus. Saves 10 tsp of sugar per day. 2. Sweeten Yogurt Naturally If you are a yogurt lover but you are trying to kick your sugar habit then here is some advice. Pre-made, fruit-on-the-bottom yogurts can sometimes contain up to 30 grams of sugar, much of it added. If you want a healthier snack, get plain sugar free yogurt and mix in some fruit like blueberries. Adding cinnamon can spice things up as well! Saves 2-4 tsp of sugar per day. 3. Snack on Whole Foods and Grains Cookies, candy bars, and even energy bars are not always healthy and usually packed with sugar. Instead, try to eat nuts, vegetables, and fiber-rich fruits (such as apples, pears and berries) or whole grains (even popcorn, plain of course). Saves 2-10 tsp of sugar per day. 4. Dilute Your Fruit Juice You may not know this, but fruit drinks account for about 10% of sugar in our diets. You can cut down drastically by adding equal amounts of water to your juice. This will effectively cut the sugars in half and soon you'll realize that normal juice is WAY too sweet! Saves 2-3 tsp of sugar per day. 5. Swap Out Your Cereal Cereal is notoriously filled with sugars. Put the Frosted Flakes and Fruit Loops back on the shelf, and go for steel-cut oats. You can stir in half a scoop of vanilla protein powder for a sweetness kick and you'll be adding about 10 grams of protein to your diet! Saves 2-4 tsp of sugar per day. 6. Pick Your Own Dessert You may love your chocolate cake or donuts, but they are really packed with sugars. Grilled fruit makes a fantastic desert. It will provide sweetness with a healthy does of fiber on top. Some great grilled fruit is peaches, grapefruit, and watermelon. Saves 2-10 tsp of sugar per day.
Top 10 Watches Under $200
These are great watches under $200 that you can buy for yourself or for girls to buy for their boyfriends or family. 1. ROTARY MEN'S VINTAGE SKELETON MECHANICAL WATCH This is an amazing watch. It has a beautiful design as well as color. The quality if the leather is high and it has a strong feel. It requires no battery which makes it convenient. It's an excellent watch and I would recommend it for any man buying a watch or any lady getting a man a watch. Its just perfect! You can buy this at: http://www.watchshop.com/mens-rotary-vintage-skeleton-mechanical-watch-gs02522-01-p99942505.html 2. URBAN OUTFITTERS FIELD WATCH The price point can't be beat and the military-meets-preppy mash-up is a nice update to the traditional field watch. Urban Outfitters is a great resource for an affordable watch. $40, available at http://www.urbanoutfitters.com/urban/catalog/productdetail.jsp?id=20824538&color=001&color=001&itemdescription=true&navAction=jump&search=true&isProduct=true&parentid=SEARCH+RESULTS 3. BULOVA MEN'S DRESS WATCH WITH CHAMPAIGNE A handsome accessory. This mens Bulova dress watch will accent any outfit. It has a leather band with a champagne dial tone. The watch is water-resistant up to 100 ft. $150, available at http://www.sears.com/bulova-mens-dress-watch-with-champaigne/p-04444919000P?prdNo=47&blockNo=47&blockType=G47 4. SEIKO BLACK DIAL It's hard to find a style that subtly crosses into both sporty and dress territories, but this Seiko one does an excellent job and the black face helps to modernize the traditional shape. $78, http://www.amazon.com/Seiko-SNE039-Solar-Black-Watch/dp/B0043ZT04K 5. SWATCH COBALT REBEL Cobalt is a big accent color for spring and this number from Swatch will help keep him ahead of the color curve. It's got personality, sure, but the slim profile and clean face keep it from going over the top. $70, available at http://www.dillards.com/product/Swatch-Cobalt-Rebel-Watch_301_-1_301_502830895 6. CITIZEN ECO-DRIVE STRAP This watch looks like it should cost a grand, but in reality you'll only spend about one-tenth of that. The tank style and gold face nicely complement the rich brown strap—this'll work around the clock, from the office to off-hours. $150, available at http://www1.macys.com/shop/product/citizen-watch-mens-brown-leather-strap-bw0072-07p?ID=137551&PseudoCat=se-xx-xx-xx.esn_results 7. NIXON THE TIME TELLER Exceptionally designed, Nixon's blacked-out option is sleek, simple, and gimmick-free. The modern design-meets-durable polycarbonate construction makes this a watch that'll get noticed. $60, available at http://www.nixonnow.com/watches/mens/the-time-teller-p-A119.html 8. PULSAR GOLD-TONE DRESS WATCH Gold watches can easily veer into Vegas territory, but this one is just the right shade of light gold—dress it up or down to give your look some subtle swagger. $125, available at http://www.jcpenney.com/jcp/X6.aspx?GrpTyp=PRD&ItemID=1661aba&submit%20search.y=0&Ntt=pulsar+gold&SearchString=pulsar+gold&Ne=4+840+877+878+5+961+6+29+3+579+963+1014+1031+8+587+15+12+1011+598+11+506+10+23+585+969+596+1022+586+1007+879+968+1027+18+904+903+833+949&hdnOnGo=true&NOffset=0&submit%20search.x=0&Nao=0&N=4294959029&SO=0&PSO=0&CmCatId=searchresults 9. TIMEX FOR J.CREW VINTAGE FIELD ARMY WATCH The watch for commitment-phobes. This military-style field watch allows wearers to change straps on a whim and J.Crew offers multiple fabric and color options to suit anyone's mood. Give it a punch of bold color—we're loving the red strap these days. $150 (additional strap colors, $20), available at 10. BOS BLACK ROUND LEATHER STRAP The design of this Boss option is simple but solid, with a steel case, black numberless dial, and black leather strap that's dressy without being overly precious. $195, available at http://shop.nordstrom.com/s/boss-black-round-leather-strap-watch/3232226?cm_cat=datafeed&cm_ite=boss_black_round_leather_strap_watch:500186&cm_pla=jewelry:men:watch&cm_ven=Froogle&mr:referralID=NA&mr:trackingCode=41AC242C-1E0B-E111-8116-001517B1882A 10. ROTARY MEN'S VINTAGE SKELETON MECHANICAL WATCH This is an amazing watch. It has a beautiful design as well as color. The quality if the leather is high and it has a strong feel. It requires no battery which makes it convenient. It's an excellent watch and I would recommend it for any man buying a watch or any lady getting a man a watch. Its just perfect! You can buy this at: http://www.watchshop.com/mens-rotary-vintage-skeleton-mechanical-watch-gs02522-01-p99942505.html Reference: GQ.com