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Twenty-six-year-old Kenzie Houk had been shot in the back of the head, and police charged Jordan Brown, the son of Houk’s fiance, for her murder.
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15 HABITS THAT MAY KILL YOU
These habits are really shocking but that’s the ugly truth. You probably haven’t realized that we do most of these almost every day.
During her lifetime, a woman eats 1.5 kg of lipstick if she uses it every day. Here’s what ends up not only on her lips, but also inside of her:
– paraffin accumulates in the liver, kidneys and lymph glands.
– vaseline dries the skin of your lips.
– lanolin disrupts the work of the stomach and intestine.
– carmine can cause skin irritation or allergies.
– mica and silica, these produce the glimmering effect, but can cause skin irritation.
PRESERVATIVES disrupt the work of the internal organs.
AROMATIZERS can cause strong allergic reactions.
AROMA AGENTS raise blood pressure and cause migraines.
Try to use lipstick with more natural ingredients. Instead of lipstick, use lip balm more often. It’s colorless, and therefore less harmful.
Don’t ever squeeze blackheads!
The core won’t fully come out. The skin will be damaged and inflamation will occur. Don’t squeeze them in the ‘danger zone’. This risks the appearance of the infections in the brain.
Blackheads are easily confused with moles. Don’t use tweezers or needles to remove them. You can damage the facial nerve. Plus frequent squeezing of blackheads exhausts the skin’s resources. Scars and slashes can be left on the face.
Try to avoid these harmful habits. Stay safe and sound! ; )
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How to Quit a Job: Leaving on Good Terms | Indeed
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Ready to quit a job? While it’s tempting to leave with little to no notice, gracefully resigning from a position is key to maintaining your connections. Former employers can serve as references or even future business partners, so it’s valuable to know how to quit your job with professionalism.
In this video, we analyze the resignation process from start to finish, providing key tips at each stage. You’ll learn strategies for providing verbal notice to your employer, composing a resignation letter and preparing your coworkers for your departure. Remember that expressing gratitude for your past experience can help you begin your next step on a positive note!
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