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Aussie Comedian Apologises for Pam Anderson Hepatitis Joke

... contracted the serious blood virus from sharing a tattoo needle with her ex-hubby, Tommy Lee, had no immediate comment on the issue....

Now, a Tattoo That can Be Easily Removed

For all those wary about getting a tattoo done of their lover's initials due to fear of getting jilted in future, here is some good news - researchers have discovered a technique, where the cryptic body symbols can be permanent or removed as per the wearer's choice. The new method is call...

Permanent Make Up can Cause Disfigurement

...reveals. Permanent makeup is essentially just a tattoo in place of cosmetics such as eyeliner or lipstick...self. Permanent makeup may also be called cosmetic tattoo or micro pigmentation. Doctors have long known that Patients who injected permanent makeup ink cou...

FDA Reaffirms Policy Barring MSM From Donating Blood

...d MSM, injection drug users, people who received a tattoo within the previous 12 months and pregnant women are prohibited from donating. The American Red Cross, American Association of Blood Banks and America's Blood Centers in March 2006 asked FDA to review the policy, saying that banning MSM from donati...

Prison Tattoo Project Should Be Restored: AIDS Activist

...ners a safe way to sport tattoos, with the help of tattoo parlors in prison, ended in September 2006. Now, a... this project in Ottawa, outlining the benefits of tattoo parlors in prison, as a method to check the spread of AIDS. It is estimated that nearly 17% of the...

Traditional Tattoos are Proving to Be Lethal

Traditional Samoan tattoo has affected three men one of them has developed a flesh eating disease; another is suffering from blood poisoning and renal failure.// Necrotising fasciitis (flesh eating disease) is a rare infectious, ultimately leads to death. The person with ...

Hepatitis C : By No Means Lily-livered! Beware

...h stray cases of njecting illegal drugs, unsterile tattoo or body piercing, or medical treatment abroad. Indeed it is better to be safe than sorry !...

NHS asked to prioritize its funding

...overed by the health boss. The decision to pay for tattoo removal has angered campaigners who were forced to fight for funding to receive the potentially life-saving breast cancer wonder drug Herceptin. They said that patients should be prioritized for NHS treatment according to need. Amanda said that fun...

Parents' Permission Required For Tattooing

...et tattooed, or their bodies pierced. Piercing and tattoo studios will also be subject to mandatory licensin...nd alone has over 200 skin piercing businesses and tattoo parlors. Andy Kerr, the Health Minister of the country justified the new rules on the grounds of e...

The henna allergy

...diamine (PPD) which is sometimes added to make the tattoo darker. Henna tattoos are a long established pra...ausen said: "It is possible that the mark from the tattoo will remain for several months, which is of course socially quite uncomfortable if it concerns parts...

Tattoos may significantly increase risk of hepatitis C infection

...tions. The best remedy would be to avoid reuse of tattoo needles. If many people are found using the same ...tooing itself. After all a healthy body without a tattoo is preferable over a very attractive tattooed body with hepatitis ....

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