The New Age of Cosmetic Dermatology


Doctor Simon Ourian is a state of the art body sculpting genius who subtitutes knives and the time it takes for the body to undergo extensive healing, with needles, harmless lasers and safe dermal fillers. Instead of having to wait three to six months to get that amazing dream body of yours, you can get it instantly, or in about two to three weeks depending on the kind of procedure  you’ve chosen to go through with.

Doctor Orion made it possible for people to get their tattoos, stretch marks and acne marks removed safely by using a laser treatment that removes pigment from the skin and a cool laser skin resurfacing method which helps to even out the skin. Of course Dr. Orion isn’t the first doctor to use these methods but he has worked with a lot of celebrities who confirm that the outcome of his work is always positive.

When it comes to reversing a nose job or removing dark circles under the eyes, doctors use a substance that is called Hyaluronic Acid. If someone didn’t know what Hyaluronic Acid was, one might think that this substance was toxic or unsafe but in fact, WebMD says that this acid is actually safe and that the highest concentration of this liquid is found in the eyes and in the joints of the body.

Women, as well as men, often feel like they don’t like what they see when they look in the mirror. With some of these non-surgical procedures, these people are able to enhance their appearance and get results almost instantly. If anyone you know wants to go through with a comestic procedure, make sure that they are going to a doctor who is experienced and uses safe treatments. If anyone  is offering implants or fillers made of silicone, then that person is not practicing safe treatment because silicone is harmful to the body.



NYPD Counter-terrorism Chief Criticizes Apple For Refusing to Unlock iPhone in San Bernadino Case

NYPD Counter Terror Chief John Miller

NYPD Counter Terrorism Chief John Miller.

NYPD counter-terrorism chief John Miller on Sunday criticized tech giant Apple on the company’s refusal to unlock an iPhone left behind by one of the attackers in the San Bernadino case. Mr. Miller made the criticism when he appeared on former New York City mayoral candidate John Catsimatidis’s radio show, The Cats Roundtable.
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Everything You Need to Know About the New SATs


Over the weekend, the newly designed SAT—the standardized test high school students’ take for college admissions—was administered for the first time around the country

As one of the most nerve-wracking exams for teenagers, the College Board has added some significant tweaks to make the test less stressful.

First and foremost, the almost impossible, hard to reach perfect score is no longer 2400. The test is now out of 1600.

The biggest change after the new scoring scale is the removal of difficult vocabulary words. And let’s face it—those obscure words are never used in everyday lives. Now the College Board has made the vocabulary section more conversational, making it a bit easier for high school students to study.

Finally, the essay portion of the test is optional and some science has been added as well to resemble the ACT, another college admission standardized test.

College Board president David Coleman first announced these changes back in 2014. This makes it the first revamp of the exam since 2005 when the test was made harder and the writing portion was added to the mathematics and critical reading sections.

Even bigger news, last Wednesday juniors at 92 New York City high schools took the SAT during regular school hours without the usual fee, $54. This is the first step Mayor de Blasio’s plans to administer the test in all 438 city high schools.

Investigation Reveals Discrimination In Long Island School District


Recent news broke about an investigation in several Long Island school districts where immigrant students, primarily from Central and South America were being discriminated against. For 15 months New York Attorney General Eric Schniederman’s office conducted the investigation and found that there were questionable practices within Long Island’s Westbury District where students were schools debated a student’s country of birth, excluded English language learners age 16 or older from attending high school and delayed or outright denied immigrant students admission for three years.

As a result to the findings Westbury will join 21 other districts in an agreement with the Attorney General that will ensure equal treatment and a variety of requirements that will develop new enrollment procedures, and provide educational service compensation to any of the students affected between 2012 and 2015.

There were no specific punishments handed down to any individual members of the Westbury school district, but the joint effort between the Attorney General’s office and the New York Immigration Coalition seems to have made a significant statement in support of fair and equal treatment of the immigrant population in Long Island.

In a statement released by Schneiderman he called education the “bedrock of our American democracy and every child in our country – no matter where they were born – deserve the chances to attend a school and seek a diploma.”