Holly McCulloch claims that at one point, a 7-centimeter hole along her surgical wound started smelling “like rotten meat,” and then she noticed her implant had started poking through the skin. (SWNS) A 28-year-old woman who claims she forked over $3,500 for a breast implant procedure and all-inclusive stay abroad said she has been left with a lopsided chest and feels “like a total freak” after her care was allegedly mismanaged. Holly McCulloch claims that at one point, a 7-centimeter hole along her surgical wound started smelling “like rotten meat,” and then she noticed her implant had started poking through the skin. “Had a doctor told me that what I wanted was crazy, I’d have been fine and just gone for the largest possible for my body,” Holly McCulloch, of Manchester, told SWNS of her initial implant size. “It was the doctor’s and nurses’ jobs to make sure I was fit and well after the second surgery, and … [Read more...] about Woman claims implant scar smelled ‘like rotten meat’ after botched procedure abroad
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Some of our biggest influences come from Instagram. Whether it’s a stylist who slays hair or a makeup artist who inspires your favorite celeb, we curate our Instagram based on our life’s experiences. Keep your timeline popping with these beauties who give us our fashion, beauty and travel fix. Black Blogger’s List: 7 Melanin Queens You Need To Follow On The ‘Gram was originally published on hellobeautiful.com 1. @AllieMcgev View this post on Instagram Celebration season 🖤🥂🖤 • • Tomorrow on the blog, I’ll be posting my Black Friday wishlist w @prettylittlething , which is where this dress is from. More pics to come. But tonight, I’ll just be drinking champagne and toasting to life. It’s so precious. 🖤 … [Read more...] about Black Blogger’s List: 7 Melanin Queens You Need To Follow On The ‘Gram
An Unlikely Journey: Waking Up from My American Dream will be available beginning October 16 I sensed the airplane’s wheels lift off the ground, and the weightlessness I felt made my stomach turn. The wheels folded up into the plane and the hatch closed, triggering a tightness in my throat as I attempted to hold back a surging tide of emotions. At least I had [my brother] Joaquin sitting in the next seat, steeling me. I looked over, and he was already staring at me, eyes wide with emotion. I watched them fill with water, and my lip started quivering. Then his lip started quivering. We both emotionally collapsed at once, and boy, was it ugly. Hiccups, snot bubbles, sobbing. We didn’t care. We didn’t even know what we were crying about. We’d never spent more than a few days away from home, and we missed our family already. Crying is hard work, but we were athletes, so we kept it up the entire fifty-five-minute flight to El Paso, our first stop. A flight attendant … [Read more...] about Exclusive Excerpt: Julián Castro’s ‘Unlikely Journey’
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Book Review Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Advertisement Supported by Nonfiction Buy Book ▾ Amazon Local Booksellers Barnes and Noble When you purchase an independently reviewed book through our site, we earn an affiliate commission. ByDavid Oshinsky Sept. 6, 2018 BIG GAME The NFL in Dangerous Times When the Hall of Fame running back Earl Campbell retired in 1986 following eight seasons of highlight-reel collisions, defenders throughout the National Football League breathed a respectful sigh of relief. No one dished out more punishment than Campbell or did less to avoid it. “Every time you hit him,” a linebacker said, “you lower your own I.Q.” Campbell uses a metal walker today — not surprising for someone who’s had both knees replaced, endured multiple back surgeries and been treated for substance … [Read more...] about Is America’s Most Popular Sport Under Siege?
It is a skin condition that erupts at the most unwelcome of times - usually along that prominent T-zone of forehead, nose and chin - and few people are immune though it tends to subside over time. "Just about everyone does get some acne at some point in their lifetime," said Dr. Stanley F. Glazer of New England Dermatology and Laser Center. "It does primarily come out during puberty - sometimes even a little before puberty - and sometimes even adults can get acne for the first time as adults. It starts off with these non-inflamed flesh colored whiteheads or blackheads - their medical name is comedones." The creation of these occluded pores is related to glands whose role, Glazer said, is to "lubricate our skin like a moisturizer" to help it not shrink and retain its main component of water but sometimes this process "gets clogged up." He adds, "The primary cause of acne in adolescence is hormonal and heredity." "Every hair has a gland attached to it called a sebaceous gland. This … [Read more...] about Most people ‘get some acne at some point in their lifetime’