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The Fantastical World of Damian Jacob Markiewicz Sendler

Meet Damian Jacob Markiewicz Sendler aka Dr. Damian Jacob Sendler aka Damian Dariusz Markiewicz. According to him, he’s “an award-winning Polish-American clinician sexologist, the scholar of forensic and legal medicine, the scientist trained in digital epidemiology, and the media health expert personality.” He’s been quoted by more than a dozen online publications internationally about his unique research examining human sexual behavior. However, according to Gizmodo journalist Jennings Brown, m...
Tags: Psychology, Google, Europe, Usa, New York, General, Boston, US, America, Harvard, Poland, Gizmodo, New York State, Special Report, Warsaw, Eastern Europe


Nick Gordon's Brows

Check out the many looks of Nick Gordon's eyebrows! [Author: Cybele]
Tags: Beauty, Special Report, Nick Gordon, Cybele


Cybelesays Special Report - 2018 International Salon and Spa Expo

See what the highlights were of the International Salon and Spa Expo [Author: Cybele]
Tags: Beauty, Special Report, Cybele


Sweating? Odor? MiraDry to the Rescue!

this is what miradry is [Author: Cybele]
Tags: Beauty, Special Report, Cybele, miraDry, Special Treatments


All I Want for Christmas!

It seems like the holiday season arrives earlier and earlier each year, dontcha think? Or do I just say that each year? Since we are all so inundated, I don’t begin my holiday gift coverage until the day after Thanksgiving... [Author: Cybele]
Tags: Accessories, Makeup, Beauty, Skin Care, Special Report, Artis, Mac Cosmetics, Beauty Tools, Cybele, Bare Escentuals/Buxom


Getting a FotoFacial with Blue Medi Spa

Have you given your face a close once-over lately? See any sun spots, rosacea, moderate acne scars, brown spots or broken capillaries? Unfortunately we all seem to have one or some of these on our face and they only multiply... [Author: Cybele]
Tags: Beauty, Special Report, Cybele


Asylum Was Once a Place of Safe Haven, Part 3

This is part 3 of the series “Asylum Was Once a Place of Safe Haven.” Don’t miss Part 1 and Part 2 too. The Future of Therapy and Recovery There is not a one track solution to this problem. Various schools of thought will need to come together to thoroughly evaluate the best ways to make high quality care affordable and accessible. The World Health Organization promotes ways for institutions to integrate mental health services into primary health care, aiming to raise awareness of the importan...
Tags: Psychology, General, America, Treatment, Psychiatry, Boston Marathon, Policy and advocacy, World Health Organization, Columbia University, Mental Illness, Middleton, Stigma, Special Report, History Of Psychology, Rod Serling, Arlington


Asylum Was Once a Place of Safe Haven, Part 2

This is part 2 of the series “Asylum Was Once a Place of Safe Haven.” Don’t miss Part 1. Hear the Rattle and Click as the Door Slams Home. Welcome to Prison. Without true understanding of how many people were touched by mental illness and what actions needed to be taken to help care for their personal welfare upon release from healthcare facilities, a concurrent rise in homelessness and surge of patients into correctional facilities began to unfold. (11) In a 2013 report to Congress on nationw...
Tags: Psychology, New York, General, Congress, Incarceration, America, Treatment, Psychiatry, Homelessness, Trauma, Creativity, United States, Ethics, Washington Dc, United Nations, Policy and advocacy


Asylum Was Once a Place of Safe Haven, Part 1

If you go into your internet browser’s search bar and type in the word “asylum,” a host of terrifying images of dirty hallways, rusty beds, and screaming faces will pop up. Let’s face it — asylum is mostly known as a negative word, a place where unspeakable things occur in the movies that keep us awake at night. Regardless of its roots in providing protective safe haven, the concept of asylum receives a bad reputation mostly because of historical documentation of the awful and dehumanizing condi...
Tags: Psychology, General, America, Atlanta, Earth, Psychiatry, Homelessness, Paris, Manhattan, Policy and advocacy, Clarke, Mental Illness, Psychiatric Hospital, Hospitalization, ANN, Nami


The State of the Union - Liquid Lipsticks

I think I’ve been around the liquid lipstick block a few times now and with the latest ones I’ve tried being on the indie side, I have some more observations. It seems that just about every brand is coming out... [Author: Cybele]
Tags: Makeup, Beauty, NARS, L'oreal, Chanel, Special Report, Sephora, Kat Von D, Laura Mercier, Maybelline New York, Mac Cosmetics, Stila, Cybele, MAKE UP FOR EVER, Colourpop, Tarte Cosmetics


Reviving Dignity: The Remarkable Perseverance of Myanmar’s Displaced

Noor Jahan spends her days drying out and grinding chillies to help support her three children, mother-in-law, and out of work husband who used to be a labourer downtown where they are no longer allowed to travel. Credit: Courtesy Rob Jarvis By Rob Jarvis and Kim JolliffeSITTWE, Myanmar, May 12 2015 (IPS)In Myanmar’s Western Rakhine State, over a hundred thousand people displaced by inter communal violence that broke out nearly three years ago remain interned in camps on torrid plains and coas...
Tags: Health, Energy, Gender, Headlines, Featured, Human Rights, Education, Democracy, China, Environment, Religion, Sustainability, United Nations, Population, Aid, Burma


Farmers Fight Real Estate Developers for Kenya’s Most Prized Asset: Land

David Njeru, a farmer from central Kenya, attends to his cabbages. This community is at risk of being displaced from their land by powerful real estate developers. Credit: Miriam Gathigah/IPS By Miriam GathigahNGANGARITHI, Kenya, May 11 2015 (IPS)Vegetables grown in the lush soil of this quiet agricultural community in central Kenya’s fertile wetlands not only feed the farmers who tend the crops, but also make their way into the marketplaces of Nairobi, the country’s capital, some 150 km south....
Tags: Headlines, Featured, Human Rights, Africa, Environment, Sustainability, United Nations, Population, IEA, Sudan, Kenya, Bank, Projects, World Bank, Biodiversity, Usaid