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  1. Your right, i'm pretty sure it hasn't made it worse. I am going to stick with it for another month untill my next dermatologist visit.
  2. Ive been taking 60 mg of Solodyn for 6 weeks and i am not sure whether its working or not, my back has gotten much worse. Retin-A has made my face clearer but it is still oily. Has anyone had success with solodyn or should i just stop taking it? What can doctors prescribe to reduce oil?
  3. You believe that a god that didn't do anything to stop 6 million Jews from being massacred cares about you? Please get real.
  4. Its so obvious god doesn't exist. Its time to start taking things into your own hands, if you want something then go out there and get it. No one cares about you as much as you do.
  5. Fritzwilliam? Post some pictures, im not buying your BS!
  6. B5 works pretty well for me but i still have occasional breakouts. I am 17 and the thought of using 10g every day for a few more years is very annoying. I know that my acne will be around for a while since my mom still occasionally breaks out. I was thinking i should just stop using B5 and go to a dermatologist and ask for accutane. Without B5 my acne is moderate but very persistent, with lots of remarks, and my skin is really oily. So i need advice whether to continue on B5 for at least 3 yea
  7. Are there any studies that show the long term effects of 2% hydroquinone? I use it occasionally just to be on the safe side.
  8. Very interesting and helpful! These herbs are also good for killing alot of diffrent types of parasites. * Black Walnut Hulls (from the black walnut tree) * Wormwood (from the Artemisia shrub) * Common Cloves (from the clove tree)
  9. Nurses make as much money as teachers do, around $47k a year. Lower income people tend to be more overweight than the upper class citizens.
  10. "Milk Myth #3: Milk is Necessary for Growing Children Oh really? Here are three reasons kids and milk don't mix. First, milk is the leading cause of iron-deficiency anemia in infants, and, in fact, the American Academy of Pediatrics now discourages giving children milk before their first birthday. Second, it has been shown that milk consumption in childhood contributes to the development of Type-I diabetes. Certain proteins in milk resemble molecules on the beta cells of the pancreas that