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Fish Pedicures: Bacteria in Your Foot Soak
The threat has remained largely theoretical ever since a spa in Alexandria, Va., brought the fishy foot treatments to U.S. shores in 2008 as a replacement for the razors typically used to scrape dead skin from callused toes and heels.
Pedicure fish may harbor harmful bacteria  McClatchy Washington Bureau
Fish pedicures: Don't do it  The Spokesman Review (blog)
Gov't safety group urges swimming lessons in black and Hispanic communities
Also, more boys were treated for pool- or spa-related injuries than girls. The CDC says nearly 80 percent of people who die from drowning are male.
Don't Let Tiny Fish Eat Dead Skin Off Your Feet!
As if you needed more reasons not to get a pedicure in which TINY FISH EAT DEAD SKIN OFF YOUR FEET WHILE YOUR FEET REMAIN ON YOU, the CDC confirmed recently that it's gross. Also, risk of bacterial infection is high for both person and fish.
SmartLipo offered locally for problem areas
Dr. Steve Springer at Renew Medical Spa in Lake Charles performs what is called "SmartLipo," a fat-sucking and skin tightening procedure that does not require sedation and a lengthy recovery.
COLUMN: A well-known voice falls silent
A couple of weeks ago, Glens Falls City Clerk Robert Curtis told me that Rick Knight, of the Knight in the Morning show on radio station Q101.7 in Queensbury, mentioned me over the air on National Newspaper Columnists Day, and said that he enjoyed ...
What's the most dangerous thing for kids?
Here are some tips from the CDC and American Academy of Pediatrics: Take a CPR class. While waiting for the paramedics to arrive, your CPR skills could save a life.
Angeleno Heights couple moves out after bed bugs move in
Last month former Angeleno Heights residents Leslie and Laura moved to Los Feliz, signaling the couple's defeat in a battle against an unwanted, blood-sucking house guest: Cimex Lectularius, more commonly known as a bed bug.