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The UK’s Oldest Barbie has Gone for 150th Cosmetic Surgery

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Rachel Evans, the UK’s oldest Barbie has just gone for her 150th Cosmetic surgery for skin tightening. She did so to look young and the most plastic woman at her 50th birthday, which is about 1 year away. In a bid to become the “Human Barbie” she has already invested more than 32,000 pounds in the last 13 years on her cosmetic surgeries. Ultherapy is a common surgery which she has undergone several times for skin tightening.

Recently, she underwent a facelift surgery for 500 pounds in order to avoid her aging appearance. In this year only, she has had six surgeries for her face and there are seven more to come before her 50th birthday. Rachel said that she continuously go for surgeries in order to give her face an appearance like a popular Barbie doll. Further, she said that it is a lifestyle for her and she is making every possible effort to beat aging.

Explaining the reason for her surgeries, Rachel said that she wants to have the non-botched, most nipped and tucked cosmetic surgery faces in the world. Just a month ago, she had gone for the ‘non-surgical’ facelift to improve her appearance. She said that it involved the insertion of big needles with polydioxanine (PDO) threads into the face near the cheekbones. After pulling out the PDO threads from the face, the threads are pulled tight to cut. Rachel confessed that these surgeries give her face a doll-like look permanently.

Many skin treatments such as Ultherapy have become quite popular these days and people opt for these paths to look young. Due to the growing demand for ultherapy, many units pertaining to this have established. Ultherapy Singapore clinic is a unit which is getting popular on a large scale. In addition to the availability of expert specialists, Ultherapy Singapore price is quite reasonable which has helped it to attract people from various corners of the world.

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Amphetamines Stimulants Double the Psychosis Risk for Young People Suffering from ADHD

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It has been found in a study that young adults who suffer from attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder, ADHD may develop a high risk of psychosis if they rely on amphetamines stimulants such as Adderall to treat the disorder. Those who receive other types of stimulants such as Ritalin are less prone to psychosis risk.

After analyzing the insurance claim databases (between 2004 to 2015) of over 2 Lakhs young adults ranging from 13 to 25 with ADHD, it was observed that one out of every 660 young people suffered from psychosis even after the first few months of starting a stimulant. And the risk factor for the side effect of Amphetamines stimulants was double than that of taking methylphenidate.

Dr. Lauren Moran, the assistant professor at Harvard Medical School, carried out the observations on young people with ADHD taking amphetamines such as Adderall. People who face the problem of ADHD experience problems such as inattention, hyperactivity, and severe impulsivity. Many people who are aware of the side-effects of stimulants go for other alternatives to reduce ADHD problem. In order to help them find ways on how to focus on daily routine, people also go for natural alternatives to Adderall to treat symptoms of ADHD.

The U.S Food and Drug Administration issued the guidelines to manufacturers to mention the warning of using stimulants on drug labels. But still, there is an increase in the number of young people taking stimulants such as amphetamine as the treatment for ADHD. Dr. Moran said that the effect is less severe for first timers if they go for stimulants after taking a prescription from their doctors.

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