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 Is it possible????
is possible for ur eye color to change( without wearing colored contacts)???? cause people have said that my eye color looks different somedays???...

 Can you get blind for materbating?
thats what i heard
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how about getting it infected ...

 My daughter needs contact lenses.Do many kids use them.How long can you keep them in?
Do a lot of kids nowadays wear contact lenses?My 12 year old daughter needs glasses but she won't wear them so the doctor suggested contacts.Are they easy to use ?...

 How can I get colored contact lenses?
I don't have any eye problems,but I need some colored contact lenses,where can I get them without prescription?...

 Quick name the first invisible thing you see ???

 Are my eyes normal?(pic)?
i'm a little worried because i have really bad vision for a 16 y/o and there are brown spots on my eye.

should i be worried?


 How to change eye color from BROWN to BLUE?
I'm only 13 years old, is this possible? Also, I heard something about pigment, as where you have a lot of pigment, your eye color is brown, and where you have less pigment, your eye color is ...

 First person to write either yes or no wins best vote which ever one I'm thinking of?
hurry your running out of ...

 What color contacts should i get *pic included.)?
that's me.
either eletric green: http://www.dixieart.com/Sparklescent_Electric_Green.jpg
or the blue, like the color ...

 What is the rarest eye colour in the world?

Platinum Found in Silicone Breast Implants
Researchers revealed on Friday a new reason for concern about breast implants with silicon gel, when they found dangerous levels of platinum in the bodies of women who had silicone implants. They reported high levels of platinum in the hair, breast milk and other samples from women who had silicone gel-filled breast implants. As opposed to other studies which centered on the effects of leaking silicone, this one looked at the effects of the platinum used in their manufacturing. The study looked at samples collected from about 16 women who had their implants for about 14 years, comparing them to samples from 5 women who did not have any implants. It was shown that the levels of platinum in nails, hair, urine and breast milk were higher in women who had silicone implants. These levels were 100 higher in milk and 1,700 times higher in the urine. The platinum discovered was in a form harmful for people and that made it a potential source of severe allergic or toxic reactions. The research "shows now that the platinum that is being released is in a harmful reactive form. This is important for women who may have leaking implants in their body and also for young women who are considering breast-feeding their children," said Marlene Keeling, president of the group which financed the research. The harmful effect of platinum in breast implants was debated since the 1990s, but this study is the first that focuses on the metal, associating it with some severe affections: allergies, asthma, nerve damage and reduced immune responses.

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