Dr. Jennifer Walden, Helping Women Feel Beautiful Around the World

Dr. Jennifer Walden is a board certified plastic surgeon in Dallas, Texas. She is skilled in aesthetic facial and breast surgery including: breast lifts, breast augmentation and rhinoplasty. As a woman herself, Jennifer sympathizes with those looking to build their confidence. She will makes every effort to give her patients results based on well-formed decisions. Her goal is to give you the most beautiful but natural look possible. Dr. Walden takes pride in providing the highest level of safety, care and satisfaction. Her practice specializes in botox, eyelid lifts, liposuction, body contouring, breast implant removal, breast reconstruction, collagen injections, cheek implants, chemical peels, forehead lifts, lip augmentation, dermabrasion, gynecomastia, laser skin resurfacing, chin implants, otoplasty, microtia, wrinkle reduction and face lifts.

Dr. Jennifer Walden received her certification in 2005 from the American Board of Plastic Surgery. She graduated with the highest honors from the University of Texas at Austin and The University of Texas Medical Branch. She did her aesthetic surgery fellowship at the Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital in New York. She has received several awards and accolades including: the Best Scientific Exhibit Award by a Resident in 2005. This award was presented at the American Society for Aesthetic Surgery’s annual meeting in Canada. She was a junior member of the Alpha Omega Alpha National Honor Society and was elected President in 1997. In 1998 she received the Herman Barnett Memorial Award, the Mavis P. Kelsey Excellence in Medicine Award, the Isabella H. Brackenridge Scholarship Award and the Janet M. Glasgow Memorial Award.

 

Charity Autism Rocks

British Millionaire and Philanthropist, Mr. Sanjay Shah, is planning on staging concerts and events to raise funds for his charity Autism Rocks. The charity is triggered after Shah’s son diagnoses that he was suffering from autism. The 43-year old has been sponsoring kids in India for the past ten years through an international plan.
Mr. Shah grew up in Marylebone neighborhood in Central London and studied medicine at King’s College and later decided he didn’t want to get into the career. He got into accounting and got his first job with investment bank Merrill Lynch as the head of trading. He had to lose the job at the height of financial crisis in 2009 after nepotism in the resume shortlisting.
Nevertheless, Mr. Shah didn’t like the office work, so he planned on starting his own brokerage business and started small. “The only way for me to earn a living without limiting my income prospects was to become a broker but I thought rather than me doing that job for a big organisation, I’d rather start up my own business,” He said. He, therefore, rented a small office place with a few graduates and traders then worked hard and Solo Capital was born.
Five years down the line, he is worth $280 million, and Solo Capital operates in both Dubai and London. The business was doing so well, and Shah decided to focus on his Philanthropist jobs. In 2011, his son was diagnosed with autism, and this makes Mr. Shah sprung into action in trying to save his son and also to create awareness about the condition. After Mr. Shah’s youngest son had experienced challenges in the Dubai Autism Center, a government-funded resource to support families with autistic children due to years-long waiting lists, he volunteered to buy two Hyundai minibuses for the hospital to improve effort efficiency.
Mr. Shah is now planning on concerts with paid artists to raise funds for his charity Autism Rocks. He plans on small concerts for about 300 – 1000 people who pay higher attendance fees in support of the charity. Mr. Shah has other four people in London to influence his decision making on where the raised funds will be directed either to the US or Europe. Shah also plans on creating an Autism Rocks compilation album by next year from pop artists track donations.
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5 Items You Didn’t Know Were Destroying Your Teeth

We are all well aware of the usually culprits of tooth decay such as candy and soda. But what if there were others hiding in healthy foods, foods containing the same corrosive sugars and acids. Here are five offenders you would least suspect of ruining your teeth. As well as tips on preventing them from doing so.

1) Juices
While it’s a great source of vitamins and nutrients it is also high in sugar. The cold pressed bottles of juice has a sugar content comparable to soft drinks and smoothies. In fact consuming them is just bad as soaking your teeth in chocolate. The bacteria in our mouth feed off the sugar producing an corrosive acid. Prevention:drink from a straw to help prevent direct contact to the surface of your teeth. Wait 45 minutes after drinking to brush your teeth. Doing so too soon will cause damage because your enamel will still be soft and vulnerable from the acids.

2) Chewable Vitamins
While it is an convenient and tasty way to get our daily vitamin, the truth is it is just as bad as gummy candy. It sticks to your teeth causing cavities. Prevention:simply take them in pill form instead. It may not be as tasty but it is less damaging.

3) BBQ Sauce
Everyone looks forward barbecues during the warmer months it’s a summer standard. But that hefty sweet sauce is doing more than covering you delectables. It is also saturating your teeth in sugar. Prevention:before enjoying your food try coating your teeth with an scarce layer of petroleum jelly. If that is too unpleasant then just brush your after the meal.

4) Dried Fruit
Unlike fresh fruits which are filled with water dried fruits stick to your teeth. Acting just like gummy candy or vitamins for that matter. Entrapping your teeth in sugar that will soon turn to acid. Prevention:immediately floss and brush your teeth after consuming dried fruit.

5) White Wine
Though red wine stains your teeth white wine is no better for them. White wine deteriorate the enamel of your teeth. Leaving them susceptible to be stained by other foods and drink. Prevention:have some cheese with your wine. The protein, phosphorus, and calcium counteracts the acid in the wine. You can also gargle with water to rid any remnants of the wine’s acid, as Adam Sender often does.

Aging Populations Are Creating Complex Health Care and Retirment Funding Issues

There is one demographic trend in the U.S., Canada and other developed countries, and that is the reality of an aging population. There have been breakthroughs in treatments of various forms of cancer over the years, and people who get cancer generally have a better chance of survival today than at any time in the past. That said, the number of cases of cancer is actually expected to go up over the next couple decades as the average age of many country’s populations increases.

The Canadian Cancer Society has issued a warning that their nation’s capacity to treat those afflicted with this disease has to be boosted to meet increasing demand for cancer-related health services. Canada is considered to have one of the better health systems in the world, but the aging population of so many nations will tax even the best such systems. Canada is predicting a 40 percent rise in new cases in just the next 15 years. Aging populations are not only testing the limits of health care delivery in many countries but also retirement or other government programs for the elderly. In the United States, there are many worried about the future solvency of programs such as Medicare and Social Security. Sam Tabar heard through the NewsVine that the government budgetary pressures caused by more people retired and dependent on the system and fewer young people working and paying into the system is an issue nearly all countries will have to face.