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Summer Fun with @FitFlop

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FitFlop™, the stylish and comfortable footwear brand founded in 2006 by Marcia Kilgore, who you may know from her little venture called Bliss Spa. Since debuting the iconic Walkstar™ sandal, FitFlophas made strides (pun intended) in creating stylish and comfortable shoes for both women and men of all ages. From sneakers to clogs, ballet flats to boots — FitFlop has something for everyone — guaranteed to keep feet singing all day long!
Summer Fling Flop: Originally created as a flip-flop brand (it’s built right into the company’s name), FitFlop offers a range of fun sandals for the summer!

Wear the shoes. Rule the world.

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This is my #1 fav from FitFlop! Should I get the Red or Grey?

Bon™ Leather Bungee Cord
$140.00
These could be your favorite new shoes. Our two-bar BON sandals have a soft leather upper, beautifully curvy back strap, and contrast wrap and designer buckles (for pop). They’re gorgeous with good trousers, hip with jean shorts, darling with dresses, and so comfy (thanks to the ergonomic midsoles). A fresh take on an easy-to-wear classic.

Tuesday

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April 2014

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Preventing Cancer and Treating Skin Lesions @OsmosisSkinCare

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1235213 696564377034738 1209643883 n Preventing Cancer and Treating Skin Lesions @OsmosisSkinCare Osmosis Pür Medical Skincare is honored to announce the brand has secured an official patent for three of their Catalyst products, the first ever DNA repair serums on the market. Catalyst, Catalyst Plus and Catalyst AC-11 are now patented for “Systems and methods for preventing cancer and treating skin lesions.” (Patent # 8,642,655)

The Catalyst serums offer an acceleration in skin rejuvenation and repair, using patented formulations with leading scientific findings that positively impact the recovery of damaged DNA. These formulations can build collagen and elastin in the skin, while improving scarring, skin tags, actinic keratosis (some actinic keratoses may develop into a type of skin cancer) and other skin disturbances that relate to DNA damage. The end result is overall even, radiant skin.

The Catalyst family uses Zinc Finger Technology™ (ZFT) to repair DNA damage and assist in the production of proteins and antioxidants within the cell. A combination of amino acids and key co-factors improve wound healing, lighten pigmentation, reduce visible capillaries, and stimulate collagen and elastin production through a revolutionary process.

Catalyst Key Benefits & Features:

  • Rebuilds Collagen - Catalyst provides the building blocks needed for perfect collagen formation which then replaces the damaged strands to rejuvenate the skin.
  • Sun Protection - Never before has DNA repair been so effective that it actually prevents UV damage to the skin better than any sunscreen. Catalyst can provide the equivalent to an SPF 14.
  • Pigment Control - By repairing the DNA responsible for hyperpigmented cells, Catalyst restores normal skin tone.
  • Heals Capillaries - Some “broken” capillaries can be “fixed” through zinc finger restoration of the damaged triggers involved.
  • Prevents Scarring - The ability to regulate collagen and improve repair can re-activate scar remodeling.
  • Heals the Skin - You will find a wide variety of imperfections on your skin disappear with repeated applications of Catalyst including skin tags.

Price: $90-$100; Find an authorized skincare professional near you or purchase through a list of authorized online stores

www.osmosisskincare.com

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Answers to the Top 3 Canine Heartworm Questions

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Answers to the Top 3 Canine Heartworm Questions

By Dr. Marc Edward, a veterinarian and writer for Pets Best, a pet insurance agency for dogs and cats.

  IMG 0287 Answers to the Top 3 Canine Heartworm Questions

1) What are heartworms, and how do dogs get them?

Heartworm disease, or dirofilariasis, is a potentially serious disease seen primarily in dogs throughout the United States and other areas. Heartworm disease is transmitted by mosquitos, which means dogs that spend even a short amount of time outside are susceptible to the disease.

Transmission occurs when a mosquito bites an infected host that is shedding microfilariae, or immature heartworms. The microfilariae develop within the mosquito until it bites a new host and the larvae are transmitted. This is important because without the mosquito, heartworm disease cannot be contracted. Once inside the new host, the heartworm larvae migrate and develop until reaching their ultimate destination in the pulmonary arteries. Once in the pulmonary arteries, the adult heartworms start producing microfilariae and the life cycle starts over.

 

2) What are the signs and symptoms of heartworm disease?

Due to the systemic nature of heart problems, many different symptoms are possible with heartworm disease. However, dogs with heartworm disease are generally classified into one of four categories of symptom severity:

  • Class 1 animals generally have no clinical symptoms, with the exception of a possible mild cough.
  • Class 2 dogs may experience coughing, fatigue and weight loss, but not heart failure.
  • Class 3 canines may have constant fatigue, persistent coughing, difficulty breathing, liver problems and may experience congestive heart failure.
  • Class 4 dogs have all of the previously mentioned symptoms and often experience liver failure, low blood pressure, shock and death.

 

3) How is heartworm disease prevented and treated?

Preventing heartworm disease in canines is very easy, relatively inexpensive and generally safe. Heartworm disease can easily be prevented by administering a monthly preventative heartworm medication. There are a variety of products available in today’s market, but they do require a prescription from a veterinarian. Additionally, many heartworm products also help prevent and treat other types of parasites. Your veterinarian can help you decide which product is best for your dog in your area.

Treating heartworms in a dog can range from very easy to very difficult. In mild cases of heartworm disease, an animal may be able to be treated with a series of injections to kill the adult heartworms. In more severe cases, surgery may be necessary to remove the worms. Some cases with heavy infestations cannot be treated successfully.

Heartworm disease is a common and widespread problem in dogs. I strongly recommend talking with your veterinarian about the best way to control and prevent this mosquito-driven disease. The Pets Best BestWellness plan covers preventative heartworm medication.

To learn more about Pets Best, visit www.petsbest.com.

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