YOUR AVIATOR SUNGLASSES COULD GIVE YOU WRINKLES
As stylish as they may be, dermatologists warn that wearing these at the beach could actually put you at higher risk for wrinkles.
It’s the metal frames on most aviators that are to blame because they reflect sunlight on the tops of the cheeks, causing them to burn. Women who wear this style of shades often get sun spots on their cheeks as a result.
So what makes a dermatologist-approved beach-worthy pair? Go for plastic frames to avoid damage and get mirrored lenses, too - they block more UV rays than regular tinted lenses, which is key because of the sensitive skin around your eyes that’s more prone to sun damage and wrinkles.
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VETERAN RECEIVES FIRST TRANSPLANT OF THIS...
A team of surgeons repaired the genitals of a serviceman severely injured by an explosion in Afghanistan. It's the first time a penis has been transplanted to treat a war wound.
11 surgeons were involved in the 14-hour surgery at Johns Hopkins in March.
The patient is expected to be released from the hospital later this week.