I haven’t been able to put my face on her, as one may do, but that’s fine. To do so would be too creepy. The pants that my virtual model is wearing are at least one inch too low on the top, and one inch too short on the bottom, a recent fashion that shortens one’s legs visually. Whatever happened to gals who had “legs up to here”? They’ve become fashion-victims! In looking through the sites where I could use my virtual model, I found very few skirts or trousers that had a regular waist, so I don’t blame the people, I blame the producers of these ghastly creations. How on earth does one determine their size–say you have a 32-inch waist, and order a skirt or trousers that land at the hip, which is considerably wider? And, by the way, there are pantihose on offer at H & M that land on the hip instead of the waist. Pray tell how on earth they stay up, and if indeed they are tight enough to stay up, they will create a bulge! But, of course they are designed for women who, even in winter, want to expose their bare bellies. Why aren’t they up to speed? Low-riders are out, the waist is in! Has the industry caused so much damage that people can’t get out of their rut? My model needs dark boots or socks, by the way, to prevent that break in visual continuity and its resultant leg-shortening effect. I would also add some pearls.
(Natural News) If there’s one thing we can all learn about the liberal mindset from the spate of harassment, bullying, abuse, and violence that leftists have inflicted against conservatives and supporters of Donald Trump in recent years, it’s that Democrats in general are anything but tolerant and loving as they love to claim. Truth be... […]
(Natural News) Famed lecturer, researcher, and filmmaker David Wilcock is reportedly asking to be cut loose from the Gaia, Inc., global digital video streaming service after enduring many years of abuse and misrepresentation while working with the for-profit company. In a letter of resignation that’s now circulating the web, Wilcock spells out in precise det […]
(Natural News) We live in a toxin-laden world; there’s no doubt about that. Whether it’s in food, vaccines, the water we drink or the skies above, there is no shortage of harmful pollutants in modern society. But getting the details on what’s contaminating the food you eat and the water you drink, or what lurks... […]
(Natural News) Thanks to the Daily Mail‘s efforts, the U.K. government has launched an urgent review into the growing crisis of prescription drug addiction. According to data, at least one out of 11 patients are prescribed “potentially addictive drugs” like sedatives, tranquilizers, and painkillers. The rates have gone up by a whopping 50 percent since... […]
(Natural News) If you’re lucky, you’ve only had occasional headaches. But most people are so used to having headaches that they’ve simply become part of their normal day. However, a doctor has revealed that there could be a couple of symptoms that point to a “deadly” headache, and that you might have to seek medical... […]
(Natural News) Early menopause not only takes a toll on a woman’s physical health, but affects her emotional and mental well-being, too. It’s understandable, then, that delaying menopause is a matter of great importance to many women, and a subject of many scientific studies — many of which have found that delaying menopause often comes down to... […]
(Natural News) Britain’s coastlines are so polluted with plastics that researchers have turned to the public for assistance. An online interactive map of the U.K. will allow anyone to identify and map plastic garbage found on local beaches, reported The Guardian. Researchers from the British Science Association (BSA) cooperated with members of the charity Th […]
(Natural News) A lot of people have an appetite for sugar. Studies have shown that the body’s response to sugary food starts even before it enters the body, with the brain firing on all cylinders to excite the reward circuit and produce dopamine, a neurotransmitter that regulates pleasure and reward. However, past decades have also shown... […]
(Natural News) Industrial fishing is helping bring more toxic mercury to the table, according to research from Université de Montréal published in Scientific Reports. This means that populations from several countries consume way more mercury than what is considered safe and are at a higher risk of suffering the complications. The study used data from the... […]
(Natural News) It’s never too late to start preparing for a disaster. Listed below are some of the skills that you might need when SHTF. These skills prioritize practical knowledge because money or antiques won’t be of much help in the event of an economic meltdown. (h/t to BioPrepper.com.) Animal husbandry — This gives preppers “endless... […]
Heberden’s nodes are bony growths that occur on finger joints. They typically only develop in people who have severe osteoarthritis. These growths can cause pain, stiffness, and discomfort. Here, we look at the causes, symptoms, and risk factors for Heberden's nodes. We also discuss treatment and when to see a doctor.
Early-onset Alzheimer’s disease is a form of dementia that begins before the age of 65. Recognizing the initial symptoms can help a person seek treatment earlier and slow the progression of the disease. In this article, learn about ten signs of early-onset Alzheimer’s. We also cover how to help a loved one cope.