The marks start off as thin, parallel red lines in the dermis (the middle layer of skin). They happen when the skin is stretched over a short period of time, and as time goes on, the skin becomes thin and silvery and may appear scar like. Whilst the marks can fade and become less noticeable, this may take years and a few simple steps from the early days of pregnancy can help keep you in bikinis just that little bit longer..
DEAR JEANNE AND LEONARD : Some of my girlfriends who get allowances from their husbands believe the allowances are inadequate. So whenever they go to the store, they get $40 cash back on their debit cards and keep it for themselves. This way, they have some extra money, and their husbands never notice.
SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileMany Canadians are overpaying for prescription glasses due to weak competition in the market and strict eye test regulations that make it hard for consumers to shop around, a Marketplace investigation reveals.A pair of glasses can cost upwards of $1,000, with the most expensive part being the lenses. But an industry insider said quality generic lenses that will serve most people are mass produced and can cost as little as $2 to $10 to make.Even lenses that need more work will cost between $20 and $50 to produce, said Bruce Bergez, a former optician from Hamilton, Ont., who used to own the retail chain Great Glasses.The CBC’s Marketplace discovers how cheap a pair of glasses really is, compares prices among stores, examines the giant that dominates the industry, and looks at whether the eyecare establishment is protecting its own interests.Framed airs at Feb. 24 at 8 pm/8:30 pm NT on CBC TV and will be available to view online starting Feb.”In a pair of glasses you have one, two, three, four, screws.
David McRaney, a senior from Hattiesburg, Miss., who is executive editor of The University of Southern Mississippi campus newspaper, The Student Printz. He has interned for The Lamar Times and The Petal News, both in Hattiesburg, and recently began freelancing for The Sun Herald in Biloxi, Miss., as well as The Daily Journal of Commerce in New Orleans. He is also president of the USM chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists..
Over the years of growth and maturity, we become hypnotized by our own belief systems. We move through life under the influence of societal and religious rank and file. Parental voices fill our heads such that we believe in a stricter form of beliefs than did our previous generations as, for each generation, the mind becomes less open and accepting and more filled with what is required to belong to the crowds of the past..