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Author and creator of the well known "Felt Cuisine" series of step by step, fully illustrated craft guides. I teach people all over the world how easy and fun it can be to create beautiful, hand made, pretend play food from felt.
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Dylan was taken to the hospital and is currently recovering after being released. To learn more about this story, check out the video below.
17 Jul 2017
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Lymph nodes are tiny, bean-shaped organs that filter lymph fluid. They are located throughout the body, but particular collections are found just under the skin in the neck, under the arms, and in the groin area. Lymph nodes are part of the lymphatic system, which is one of the body's defense mechanisms against the spread of infection and cancer. Lymph is clear fluid that is made up of water, white blood cells, proteins, and fats that have filtered out of blood vessels into the spaces between cells. Some of the fluid is reabsorbed by the blood vessels, but the rest enters the lymphatic vessels. Lymph then passes through the lymph nodes, which are specific collection points where damaged cells, infectious organisms, and cancer cells are filtered from the fluid and destroyed. If many infectious organisms or cancer cells are present, the lymph nodes swell. Sometimes, organisms cause infection within a lymph node. Lymphadenopathy is the term doctors use to refer to swollen lymph nodes. A few small nodes often can be felt in healthy people. Lymph nodes that are larger and easily felt may be a sign of a disorder. Some people use the term "swollen glands" to refer to swollen lymph nodes, especially when the nodes in the neck are swollen. However, lymph nodes are not glands. Lymphadenitis is the term used when swollen lymph nodes are painful or have signs of inflammation (for example, redness or tenderness). Lymph nodes in only one body area may be swollen, or nodes in two or more body areas can be swollen. Other symptoms, such as sore throat, runny nose, or fever, may be present depending on the cause. Sometimes swollen lymph nodes are discovered when the person is being examined because of another symptom.
26 Jun 2017
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Is a lump in your armpit considered a breast lump? If you feel a lump there, how serious might it be? Find answers to your questions here. Discovering an underarm lump Have you discovered a lump in your armpit? It could be a sign of breast cancer, for two reasons. First, breast tissue sometimes reaches up into the armpit region. A lump felt in your underarm could in reality be a lump in your breast; you just never realized your breast extended that far. Second, the lymph nodes in your armpit filter out any abnormalities (infections, reactions to drugs, cancer) in the same-side chest wall, arm, or breast. So a lump under your arm may indicate that your lymph nodes have identified, and are trying to fight, cancer cells that have reached them from your breast. When to see a doctor You should see the doctor if the lump doesn’t disappear on its own within a couple of weeks; or if it appears to be getting worse. That said, don’t panic There are many, many causes of underarm lumps, and the vast majority have nothing to do with cancer. The most prevalent cause of a lump in the armpit is infection. An infection can be localized to the armpit itself (perhaps a nick from shaving); or it can be more widespread. It’s possible to get a localized infection from using an antiperspirant rather than a deodorant; antiperspirants prevent your sweat glands from releasing germs that can cause infections. Or you may have a boil or abscess just under the skin.
3 Jul 2017
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I felt the need to record this video to thank my friend, Lucian Hodoboc, an awesome guy whose friendship has taught me that good people still exist in this world. I’ve known him for several years online and he’s never let me down. Lucian is the best person in the world!
5 Jul 2017
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Tenchi is a teenager that accidentally releases an alien space pirate from her 700 years of imprisonment. Ryoko is her name. Ryoko has been falling for Tenchi, ever since he would visit the temple's cave, where Ryoko was imprisoned. Since then, she's been closely observing Tenchi's life, even throughout her imprisonment, she watched Tenchi as he grew up and lived through the suffering of his mother's early passing. Tenchi always felt comfortable around Ryoko's cave, he would always return to her place.. DISCLAINMER I DO NOT OWN ANYTHING. _________________________________________________________ Tenchi Muyo® is a space opera originally created by Hitoshi Okuda. Tenchi Muyo! Ryo Ohki® was created by Masaki Kajishima and Hiroki Hayashi and produced by Anime International Company, Inc. _________________________________________________________ At Her Place produced by iamManolis If you like the artists work support it!
6 Jul 2017
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What do underarm lymph nodes do? Why do they swell up? And how do you know if the swelling is simply an infection – or might be cancer? You’re taking a shower, soaping up. And suddenly, underneath your arm, your fingers detect a painful, tender lump – one that wasn’t there yesterday. Your mind starts to race: “Do I need to worry about this? Could it be an infected lymph node, even though I haven’t felt sick? Could it be… cancer?” What is the lymphatic system? Your body’s lymphatic system, made up of a series of small vessels, carries a clear liquid – lymph – from your body tissues to the heart. In the heart, lymph joins blood and is pumped via arteries back to the tissues. This efficient system helps drain excess liquid from tissues, and transports infection-fighting white blood cells to where they’re needed. What are lymph nodes? Scattered along these small lymphatic vessels are up to 700 lymph nodes. These small (think bean-sized) bundles of tissue produce and store lymphocytes: immune cells whose job it is to trap and kill foreign substances, including harmful bacteria and viruses.
7 Jul 2017
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The diagnosis of prostate cancer most commonly involves a combination of three tests: Digital rectal examination DRE As part of a physical examination your doctor inserts a gloved and lubricated finger into your rectum and feels toward the front of your body. The prostate gland is a walnut or larger sized gland immediately in front of the rectum, and beneath your bladder. The back portion of prostate gland can be felt in this manner. Findings on this exam are compared to notes about the patient's prior digital rectal examinations. The exam is usually brief, and most find it uncomfortable due to the pressure used to adequately examine the prostate gland. Findings such as abnormal size, lumps, or nodules, may indicate prostate cancer. The national comprehensive cancer network NCCN notes that a DRE should not be used as a stand-alone test for detection of prostate cancer but should be performed in men with an elevated PSA. The NCCN also notes that DRE may be considered as a baseline test in all patients, as it may help identify high-grade cancers associated with a normal PSA. Prostate specific antigen PSA blood test: The PSA blood test measures the level of a protein found in the blood that is produced by the prostate gland and helps keep semen in liquid form. The PSA test can indicate an increased likelihood of prostate cancer if the PSA is at an increased or elevated level, but it does not provide a definitive diagnosis. Prostate cancer can be found in patients with a low PSA level but this occurs less than 20% of the time. If the PSA level is elevated levels can depend upon your age, on the size of your prostate gland on examination, certain medications you may be taking, or recent sexual activity, further testing may be needed to rule out prostate cancer. PSA measurements are often tracked over time to look for evidence of a change. The amount of time it takes for the PSA level to increase is referred to as PSA velocity. The time it takes for the PSA to doubl
8 Jul 2017
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What do underarm lymph nodes do? Why do they swell up? And how do you know if the swelling is simply an infection – or might be cancer? You’re taking a shower, soaping up. And suddenly, underneath your arm, your fingers detect a painful, tender lump – one that wasn’t there yesterday. Your mind starts to race: “Do I need to worry about this? Could it be an infected lymph node, even though I haven’t felt sick? Could it be… cancer?” What is the lymphatic system? Your body’s lymphatic system, made up of a series of small vessels, carries a clear liquid – lymph – from your body tissues to the heart. In the heart, lymph joins blood and is pumped via arteries back to the tissues. This efficient system helps drain excess liquid from tissues, and transports infection-fighting white blood cells to where they’re needed. What are lymph nodes? Scattered along these small lymphatic vessels are up to 700 lymph nodes. These small (think bean-sized) bundles of tissue produce and store lymphocytes: immune cells whose job it is to trap and kill foreign substances, including harmful bacteria and viruses. Why do lymph nodes become swollen? When your body detects a foreign substance, it sends white blood cells to destroy that substance. White blood cells are manufactured in the lymph nodes, and sometimes when your body is dealing with an infection, these nodes manufacture so many cells that they become swollen, and you can feel them. They also become sore and painful. Most often, you’ll feel painful, swollen lymph nodes in your neck, groin, or under your arm.
8 Jul 2017
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The term "to stage" a cancer means to describe the evident extent of the cancer in the body at the time that the cancer is first diagnosed. The stage of a cancer helps doctors understand the extent of the cancer and plan cancer treatment. Results of the treatment of similar Gleason score prostate cancer found at the same or similar stage can help the doctor and patient to make important decisions about choices of treatment to recommend or to accept. Cancer staging is first described using what is called a TNM system. The "T" refers to a description of the size or extent of the primary, or original, tumor. "N" describes the presence or absence of, and extent of spread of the cancer to lymph nodes that may be nearby or further from the original tumor. "M" describes the presence or absence of metastases -- usually distant areas elsewhere in the body other than regional (nearby) lymph nodes to which the cancer has spread. Cancers with specific TNM characteristics are then grouped into stages, and the stages are then assigned Roman numerals with the numerals used in increasing order as the extent of the cancer being staged increases or the cancer prognosis worsens. Prognosis is finally reflected by considering the patient's PSA score at presentation as well as their Gleason score in assigning a final stage designation. The American Joint Commission on Cancer AJCC system for prostate cancer staging is as follows: T designations refer to the characteristics of the prostate cancer primary tumor. T1 prostate cancers cannot be seen on imaging tests or felt on examination. They may be found incidentally when surgery is done on the prostate for a problem presumed to be benign, or on needle biopsy for an elevated PSA.
13 Jul 2017
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If you have always felt apprehensive about buying clothes online then you must be come with us because we are available for you all the time. Crazy Beta is one of the best online shopping stores that deal with on all funky items.
15 Jul 2017
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Known for her unique soulful vocals and relatable lyrics, UK singer/songwriter Lucy-May announces the release of her new single, ‘Counting The Days’ on 11 August, the lead track to be taken from her highly anticipated follow-up second album, out this Autumn. Her debut single ‘Paper Heart’ reached Radio 2 playlist in 2013 and her debut album ‘Whirlwind’ proudly boasted the highly sought after ‘Highly Recommend’ position at HMV. Now with a complete catalogue of fresh original material in the shape of her follow-up album and a UK tour planned for the Autumn, Lucy-May is back with a sound which surpasses anything she’s ever done before. Deep, rich and deliciously soulful, ‘Counting The Days’ is the first single from Lucy-May’s forthcoming album and serves up a mouth-watering slice of chilled soul/pop heaven, written by Lucy-May and Greg Fitzgerald. A semi-biographical track about love-loss, ‘Counting The Days’ was written from the raw emotions felt when Greg’s wife died in 2016, running in tandem with Lucy-May’s relationship break down. Both faced with different reasons for love-loss, but left with the same bitter, painful scars which found them counting the days since love went from their lives. Unable to actually ‘speak’ about their pain, but knowing that their emotions were mirrored in each other, the pair poured their heart wrenching loss into song. Laying bare the rawness of that pain for all to see, Lucy-May’s stunning vocals convey a pure emotion and sentiment that’s nothing short of nerve tingling.
19 Jul 2017
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Known for her unique soulful vocals and relatable lyrics, UK singer/songwriter Lucy-May announces the release of her new single, ‘Counting The Days’ on 11 August, the lead track to be taken from her highly anticipated follow-up second album, out this Autumn. Her debut single ‘Paper Heart’ reached Radio 2 playlist in 2013 and her debut album ‘Whirlwind’ proudly boasted the highly sought after ‘Highly Recommend’ position at HMV. Now with a complete catalogue of fresh original material in the shape of her follow-up album and a UK tour planned for the Autumn, Lucy-May is back with a sound which surpasses anything she’s ever done before. Deep, rich and deliciously soulful, ‘Counting The Days’ is the first single from Lucy-May’s forthcoming album and serves up a mouth-watering slice of chilled soul/pop heaven, written by Lucy-May and Greg Fitzgerald. A semi-biographical track about love-loss, ‘Counting The Days’ was written from the raw emotions felt when Greg’s wife died in 2016, running in tandem with Lucy-May’s relationship break down. Both faced with different reasons for love-loss, but left with the same bitter, painful scars which found them counting the days since love went from their lives. Unable to actually ‘speak’ about their pain, but knowing that their emotions were mirrored in each other, the pair poured their heart wrenching loss into song. Laying bare the rawness of that pain for all to see, Lucy-May’s stunning vocals convey a pure emotion and sentiment that’s nothing short of nerve tingling.
24 Jul 2017
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