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How to Look Young? 8 Things to Make Skin Look Younger

When it comes to how old you are, age is really just a number. A study published in December 2013 in Population and Development Review found that there are a lot more factors that should go into determining age than how long you’ve been alive.

But what if you have early wrinkles or years of sun damage have resulted in thick, older-looking skin? How can you resolve this to make your face soft and look younger again?

Dermatologists from the American Academy of Dermatology recommend starting with one skin-care product at a time. Test it on your forearm a few days before applying to your face. If any product stings or burns, stop using it immediately. Also, be sure to follow the instructions on the product and avoid overuse. Consistently using a product as recommended may lead to younger-looking skin, so give it time to work.

Many different ingredients are touted to make you look younger. But buyer beware. Only choose products with ingredients that have been shown to make your face soft and younger looking. For instance, retinol is a vitamin A compound and the first antioxidant to be extensively used in nonprescription wrinkle creams. Vitamin C, a powerful antioxidant, helps protect skin from sun damage. Green tea is used in skin-care products because of its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

According to Mayo Clinic, when looking for wrinkle creams, look for the following ingredients, which are filled with antioxidants, alpha hydroxy acids, and anti-inflammatories that will improve the appearance of wrinkles:

  • Coenzyme Q10
  • Grape-seed extract
  • Hydroxy acids
  • Niacinamide
  • Peptides
  • Retinol
  • Tea extracts
  • Vitamin C

The most proven way to look younger is to avoid the sun. The sun is not your friend. Exposure to the sun’s UV rays is the primary reason for skin aging. Take tanning off your to-do list if you want younger-looking skin. Repeated tanning leads to early wrinkles, dark age spots, and even skin cancer as UV rays speed up the aging process and cause thick, damaged skin. In fact, sun exposure is the No. 1 reason for early signs of aging in the skin, including redness and uneven pigmentation.

Protect your hair and skin — and prevent future wrinkles — by always wearing protective clothing, sunglasses, and a hat. Also, use sunscreen on your face every day — even days when its cloudy or cold outside — before going outdoors. Prevention of wrinkles is a much easier way to look young than spending hours at a cosmetic surgeon’s office.

Don’t smoke as it causes damage to the collagen and elastin, weakening the skin and resulting in sags and bags. Women who smoke at a young age will notice sagging skin and premature wrinkles long before their nonsmoking peers.

There are plenty of super-simple things you can do to keep your complexion healthy and have younger-looking skin regardless of what birthday you most recently celebrated. Andrea Robinson, the former head of beauty for Ralph Lauren and Tom Ford and the author of Toss the Gloss: Beauty Tips, Tricks, and Truths for Women 50+, shares her insider knowledge on what anti-aging products really work, makeup tips that are guaranteed to make you look younger, and more.

How to Look Younger – 20 Easy Ways to Stay Young, According to Experts


Use a moisturizer, then foundation.

As you age, your hormone levels drop and your skin gets drier. While you may want to reach for a cream foundation, don’t: “Thicker, creamier formulas are usually made to provide fuller coverage, which means they’re packed with more pigment,” says Portland-based makeup artist Jessie Powers. “And pigment is basically powder.” If you like a creamy formula’s coverage, try it with a richer face moisturizer or a hydrating primer, like Laura Geller Spackle Under Make-Up Primer ($32, ulta.com).


Try a collagen-based face cream.

We call collagen creams the “fountain of youth.” If you like the sound of that, consider the Elemis Pro-Collagen Marine Cream, which is clinically proven to erase wrinkles. It’s pretty pricey, but you should expect to see tightened, toned skin after 15 days.


Use a concealer for dark circles.

“As soon as you’ve reached the years when you really need a concealer, it can let you down by sinking into lines,” says Manhattan-based makeup artist Sandy Linter. Keep concealer from drawing attention to your wrinkles, and apply it only on the inner halves of your under-eyes to cover up any darkness. Or swap out your concealer for a brush-on highlighter pen like Sephora Collection Smoothing & Brightening Concealer ($14, sephora.com).


Keep your eye makeup simple.

Oily lids could cause your eyeshadow to run, but that doesn’t mean you should keep piling on product. Instead, apply a thin layer of a clear primer like Urban Decay Anti-Aging Eyeshadow Primer Potion ($24, sephora.com) to hold everything in place. Then, apply flattering shadows like sage or jewel tones and use a liquid eyeliner to create that perfect line (without pulling and tugging on your skin).


Curl those lashes.

Even the smallest step can go a long way. Case in point: Using an eyelash curler to open up your eyes. “Lashes can make eyes look more youthful and awake,” says Powers. Take your curler and hold it for 15 seconds on each eye.


Apply SPF daily.

Especially around your eye area. “Eyelid skin (and the under eye area) is the thinnest in the body, so sun damage shows up quickly in this area in the form of dilating and increased blood flow,” says dermatologist David E. Bank, M.D., Director at The Center for Dermatology, Cosmetic & Laser Surgery in New York. “As a result, you can see a dark glow or color through the transparency of the skin.”


Gently remove your eye makeup.

You might be excited to take off your makeup and hop in bed, but take your time with the removal process. “That constant tugging and pulling at the delicate skin around the eye increases sagging and, as a result, can look darker than the skin around it,” says Paula Begoun, founder of the skincare line Paula’s Choice. “Pulling as little as possible around the eyes can make a big difference over time.” Consider using a cleansing oil like the Simple Hydrating Cleansing Oil ($8, amazon.com) or balm like Clinique Take the Day Off Cleansing Balm ($21, ulta.com) to remove mascara and eyeshadow with minimal tugging.


Find a “happy medium” hair length.

Forget the idea that a super-short chop is an age requirement. If you want to cut it short, make sure it’s slightly shaggy so it’s both modern and manageable. That being said, excessive length can drag your hair down, so consider a choppy bob that sits just below the collarbone, suggests Paul Labrecque of the eponymous New York City salons. “Asymmetrical or less-than-perfect shapes deflect attention away from wrinkles,” he adds.


Consider lightening your hair.

Dark hair against a light scalp can make thinning even more visible. It also casts shadows on your skin so wrinkles look more pronounced, says Gary Howse, creative director of the Gary Manuel salons in Seattle. If you go two to three shades lighter with permanent color or highlights around your face, it’ll make all the difference, says colorist Sharon Dorram of Sharon Dorram Color at Sally Hershberger in New York City.


Embrace (and protect) your grays.

Say it with us: Gray is beautiful! More specifically, vibrant gray hair is beautiful. “Yellowing gray hair is as bad as yellowing teeth,” says Howse. Prevent your silver hair from dulling with products that contain shine enhancers and UV filters. If your hair is more than 50% gray, use a shampoo with blue or violet undertones to neutralize yellow. But if your hair is 100% white, dyeing it light blonde is your best bet.


Channel your hairstyle icon.

Similar to overdoing your makeup, it’s best to avoid a severe haircut. “Look for photos of celebrities your age with great hair like Halle Berry or Susan Sarandon,” says Howse. “Then show your favorites to your stylist.”


Go to the salon for a fringe.

Bangs are one way to experiment without going over-the-top. “They usually make people look younger,” says Howse. But do a road test before you commit: Put your hand over your forehead when you look in the mirror, then take your hand away — which look do you prefer? And make sure those bangs are full and reach the center of your brows, or that they’re longer and more side-swept.


Consider taking a supplement.


Have more sex.

You read that correctly. Some research suggests that having sex frequently could help you live longer. And as one 43-year-old woman named Emily shared with us, “Whenever people ask me how I look so young, I always answer ‘sex and yoga.’”


Load up on Vitamin-C packed fruits and veggies.


Make salmon a weeknight staple.

“The fish’s high amounts of omega-3 fatty acids help reduce inflammation, which can affect how skin looks,” explains Tamara Melton, M.S., R.D.N., L.D. Nutrients like vitamin D and antioxidants can also reduce the risk of skin cancer and help with acne and rosacea, adds Lauren Ploch, M.D., M.Ed., FAAD, a New Orleans-based dermatologist.


Grab those leafy greens.

London says these powerhouse veggies have the carotene compounds lutein and zeaxanthin, which help protect and hydrate skin cells. You can throw them into smoothies, toss them in salads, or snack on these tasty kale chips to get those nutrients.


Go wild for mangoes.

They are loaded with beta-carotene, says London, which helps your skin repair itself, stay smooth, and even delay the appearance of wrinkles. When it’s not their season, reach for winter squash, sweet potatoes, carrots, cantaloupe, and apricots for the same effects.



Don’t wait until you feel thirsty: It means you’re already somewhat dehydrated, according to Baylor College of Medicine. And take it from 46-year-old Chris, who says, “When I drink the amount I’m supposed to — at least eight large glasses a day — I look years younger, feel better, and drop five pounds without trying.


Cut down on the alcohol.

Blake Bakkila
Associate Editor
Blake is a former Associate Editor for GoodHousekeeping.com covering beauty, celebrity, holiday entertaining, and other lifestyle news.

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How to Look Young: Features of a Younger-Looking Face | Aesthetic Clinic Singapore

It’s the season of parties and gatherings again.

We probably have met our long-lost friends and relatives after a long time, and may wonder what’s with those people who never seem to age?

Admit it — there’s always someone in our group who tend to always look years younger than their peers of the same age!


Want to know their secret?

1) They are just blessed with good genes.

2) They never miss their aesthetic treatments appointments!


Some people are born with facial features that allow them to look younger – if you are not born with it, you can achieve it with little tricks from the help of medical aesthetics!

What are signs of ageing and features of a youthful face? Read on to find out more!


Signs of Aging
  • Wrinkles & fine lines
  • Decreased collagen and fat
  • Loss of elasticity
  • Dull skin
  • Pigmentation
  • Visible veins
  • Sunken temples
  • Double chin


Features of a younger-looking face
  • Increased facial contrast (According to a study, observers perceive females with increased facial contrast as healthier, more youthful, and more feminine).
  • High, prominent cheekbones
  • A Full face with volume
  • Firm neckline
  • Clear & smooth skin
  • Fuller lips


What can you do about your ageing face?


Even if you have great genes, age-related changes in our facial appearances are unavoidable.

Here are just some of the things you can do:

Protect your skin from UV.

Put on sunblock during the day to protect your skin from sun damage. Wear a cap or hat when you’re going to be in the sun for a longer period.

Use skincare diligently.

Serums and creams can moisturize dehydrated skin and reduce the appearance of wrinkles. Cyspera is also a treatment cream that can reduce the appearance of pigmentations.

Of course, choose that skincare suitable for your skin type. You wouldn’t need anti-ageing skincare that’s too rich for your young skin or need an oil-based intensive moisturizer for your oily skin that is likely to make the pores clogged.


Aesthetic medicine treatment aims at reversing the signs of ageing

Botulinum injections.

Botulinum injections have been a popular method to smooth out lines on the forehead, brows, and improve skin and relax muscles. Botox is the familiar brand name. Other FDA-approved botulinum toxins are Xeomin and Dysport.

Dermal fillers.

Fillers are used to treating sunken area adding volume to the areas due to loss of collagen and fat. It is also used to contour facial features if you’re looking for a sharper and more projected chin.

Laser treatments.

Apart from being recognised in its ability in treating pigmentation, laser treatments can also help to rejuvenate overall skin texture and appearance, giving you brighter, smoother skin, as well as more lifted skin.


More treatments are available at Healthsprings. Enquire with us today at +65 9728 2861!



Contrasting facial features make you seem younger, no matter where you’re from


Keep Skin Looking Young – 20 Ways You’re Sabotaging Your Skin in Your 20s

1. You forget/are too lazy to wash your face before you go to sleep.
Just because you’re exhausted doesn’t mean you get a free pass. “Neglecting to cleanse your skin leads to a buildup of oil and dirt, which ultimately causes breakouts and even bacterial infections,” says Elena Arboleda, head aesthetician at Mario Badescu Skin Clinic in NYC. Perpetual breakouts into your 30s — who wants that? And you’ll have to deal with the acne scarring to boot. Keep a packet of face wipes by your bed, like Olay Fresh Effects Clear Skin See Spot Swipe Oil Reducing Wet Clothes for Acne-Prone Skin or Boots No7 Quick Thinking 4-in-1 Wipes, so that even in a lazy emergency, you can clean off your makeup. You can also douse a cotton ball with a gentle cleanser like micellar water that doesn’t need to be rinsed off. Try Simple Skin Cleansing Micellar Water.

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2. You pull all-nighters or don’t get enough sleep.
Skin repairs itself while you sleep, so not getting at least eight hours can lead to a sallow, dull complexion. That alone will make you look much older than you are, not to mention the dark circles that’ll come with it.

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3. You drink too much coffee to make up for the sleep you didn’t get.
The caffeine in coffee is dehydrating and if you drink too many cups a day too often, your skin will go from plump and dewy to dry and dull. Plus, any fine lines you may start to see will begin to look more pronounced. Quench thirsty skin with a super-hydrating serum, like Clarins Double Serum Complete Age Control Concentrate, which immediately replenishes moisture loss, thanks to hydrating katafray extract. Hydrate your skin to have nice skin forever.

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4. You party too much (aka have one too many too often).
It’s fun to sip on a cocktail here and there, but drinking too much on a regular basis is not only unhealthy for you internally but it can also dehydrate your skin. If having a drink is your vice, make sure to have a glass of water for every alcoholic beverage you consume to keep your hydration levels high. Bonus: Going one for one also helps prevent hangovers. To replenish any lost moisture in your skin immediately, use a serum with hyaluronic acid, which holds 1,000 times its weight in hydration and draws moisture from the air into your skin. Try Neutrogena Hydro Boost Water Gel.

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5. You experiment with recreational drugs.
Drugs aren’t good for you health-wise, which you already know, but one of the ways they can manifest is on your skin. Bottom line: Don’t do them and you’ll look younger longer.

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6. You smoke when you drink.
OK, even if you aren’t the one bumming a cigarette when you’re tipsy, secondhand smoke can still trigger premature aging to occur, which causes the collagen and elastin to break down, leaving your skin saggy.

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7. You’re stressed.
Attribute it to guys, school, work — whatever the cause, stress can wreak havoc on in the short and long term. It can bring about blemishes, cause dullness and rashes, and even cause you to furrow your brow over and over, etching lines in your face that will stick with you for life. To avoid stress, take a break from your busy schedule and do something fun with your girlfriends. To keep your skin clear and line-free, take a whiff of Tata Harper’s Aromatic Stress Treatment with calming neroli, slather on Origins Original Skin Renewal Serum with skin-rejuvenating Persian silk tree, and be mindful of any facial expressions you’re making to kick the habit quicker.

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8. You aren’t exercising on a regular basis.
I hate to break it to you, but your body isn’t going to look that bangin’ forever. Which is why it’s a good idea to keep yourself in shape now, so you don’t have to work out so hard later on in life to stay healthy. Plus, exercising not only gives your skin a gorgeous glow immediately, it also helps keep stress levels down (Bye, stress-related breakouts!), helps shed dead skin cells, and boosts your mood.

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9. You skip meals.
Imagine this: You’re running all over the place and haven’t had a second to down some lunch. At that point, your brain is not only running on empty, but constantly missing meals can cause your skin to age faster and dry out more quickly. To make sure your operating on all cylinders, pack healthy snacks, like peanuts or almonds — even an orange (which has skin-brightening vitamin C) — and stash them in your bag. That way, you won’t go hungry during the day and you can keep your skin healthy at the same time.

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10. You don’t drink enough water.
Regardless of your schedule, if you don’t guzzle eight glasses or more a day, your body won’t get the right amount of hydration you need internally, which can show up as dry, flaky patches on your skin. Make water taste yummier by slipping fruit slices into a pitcher of water, keeping it in your refrigerator, and then filling up your water bottle before heading out the door. Also, to make sure your skin stays supple and hydrated throughout the day, toss a hydrating rosewater mist, like Mario Badescu Facial Spray, into your bag.

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11. You constantly touch or pick at your skin.
Whether you’re simply leaning your face on your hand or picking dry skin from a healing blemish, you’re transferring bacteria from your fingertips or palms onto your face. This can trigger new breakouts, exacerbate existing acne, or even cause scarring, which will leave your skin dotted and uneven, Arboleda says.

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12. You pop your pimples.
I get it, sometimes you can’t walk out of the house with a whitehead staring back at you, but if your trouble spot doesn’t look like it’s ready to pop on its own, you shouldn’t force it. By attempting to pop your own zits, you can actually cause pores to enlarge. Instead, cover your trouble spot at night with one of these clear zit stickers from COSRx Acne Pimple Patches (they have built-in salicylic acid in them), and if your little friend is still there in the morning, camouflage it with skin-tone-colored (and glycolic- and salicylic-packed) Ciracle Pimple Solution CC Powder during the day.

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13. You eat too much sugar.
Everyone has a sweet tooth, but consuming too much candy can cause glycation, which is when excess sugar breaks down collagen (which gives your skin its structure) and causes sagging over time. Need a treat? Turn to something healthier, like organic dried fruit or a piece of dark chocolate, and then keep your skin tight and youthful-looking with Shiseido Ibuki Refining Moisturizer.

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14. You share makeup with your roommate or friends.
Just because you’re getting ready with your BFF in your apartment doesn’t mean that gives her a free pass to use your mascara. When you share makeup, you run the risk of getting a skin or eye infection, cold sores, conjuctivitis … do I need to go on? It’s not rude to say, “Oh, I’m sorry, I don’t share my makeup.” Remind her in advance to bring her own makeup bag to avoid any awkward convos like this.

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15. You wear heavy makeup.
Piling on the makeup doesn’t allow your skin to breathe and can clog your pores, resulting in acne. Every few days, go lighter on your application (Tinted moisturizer and mascara will do!) or go au naturel to give your skin a break. Less is more, anyway!

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16. You choose your products based on what your friend uses.
Getting recommendations from a well-informed friend is exciting, but what may work for someone else skincare-wise may not work for you. So, as *fun* as it is to think your skin is going to look like Suzie’s when you’re done, it probably won’t. Plus, if you’re using the wrong formula for your skin, it could break you out, which is S T R E S S F U L. To make sure you’re using the right product for your skin, make an appointment with your derm and haul your products into his or her office to get approval.

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17. You talk on your phone nonstop.
Holding your phone against your cheek can lead to breakouts and rashes along your jawline. Make sure to clean your screen daily. You can use an antibacterial wipe like Well Kept Screen Cleansing Wipes.

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18. You still go tanning because you like looking like a bronze bombshell.
Sure, a golden complexion is gorgeous, but it’s not worth risking your skin and health for. Tanning beds emit the same harmful UV radiation as the sun and cause premature aging and skin cancer, which can leave you battling for your life or worse off, dead. The healthier way to get a glow? Slathering on self-tanner or even getting a spray tan, and when you are at the pool, slather on SPF religiously and wear a hat to help shield your skin. If you still think you’re invincible and that going to a tanning bed or lying in the sun unprotected won’t kill you, read this.

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19. You don’t wear sunscreen because you think it breaks you out.
Here’s the truth: If you’re using the wrong sunscreen, it might clog your pores and brew blemishes. If you’re acne-prone, try one of these oil-free formulas. Otherwise, just make sure the label on your sunscreen says, “noncomedogenic,” fragrance-free,” “broad spectrum,” and is SPF 30 or above. This winning combination will keep your skin clear and protect it from the sun’s harsh rays, which breaks down collagen and elastin, causing fine lines and wrinkles, and can also lead to sun spots later on in life if you don’t prevent them with SPF early on.

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20. You avoid anti-aging products because you think you’re too young. You might not think you need to start early when it comes to anti-aging products, but these fountain-of-youth, peptide- and vitamin A-packed products are what will keep you looking thirtysomething when you’re actually in your mid-40s. Want just the bare essentials? Gervaise Gerstner, a cosmetic dermatologist in NYC, suggests using 20-percent glycolic pads three nights a week, skipping a day in between, and using a retinol-based product on the nights you haven’t swiped your face with the glycolic pads. Remember not to leave your neck, chest, and hands out of the preventative fun. Try Cane + Austin 30% Miracle Pads and SkinCeuticals Retinol 0.5. Follow this advice and your skin will age like Christy Turlington’s and not like Tan Mom’s.

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Young Women General Presidency Celebrates 150 Years with Face to Face

The Young Women General Presidency is hosting a “Face to Face” event Sunday, Nov. 15, to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the young women’s organization.  

The event begins at 4 p.m. and is available to watch on The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saint’s website, the Church YouTube channel and on BYUtv. The Young Women General Presidency will be hosting the event, with various musical numbers and videos explaining the history of the young women’s organization.  

Throughout the year, the presidency has released three videos inviting young women to participate in challenges to prepare for the upcoming broadcast. The first challenge invited young women to do 150 of something. There were several examples shared in the video, including saying 150 kind messages, reading 150 pages of scripture, making 150 treats for your neighbors, or finding 150 names to take to the temple as a class. The young women were invited to share what they did with #strivetobe. 

The second challenge for the young women was to reach out to their young women leaders. In the video, several young women are seen calling their young women leaders to thank them for all they have done to help them. 

“I call that a ‘gospel payday’ when you get a phone call from someone that you loved so much and you haven’t seen for so long,” said a young women leader in the video.  

The third challenge was to share how you hear Heavenly Father. 

In an interview with BYU-Idaho Radio, Young Women General President Bonnie Cordon, and her two counselors, Michelle Craig and Becky Craven, shared why these challenges were important to prepare young women for the “Face to Face” event.  

“We noticed that with this invitation, they have strengthened each other, the world over. So, it’s been an exciting year as we’ve celebrated and remembered, starting in May… and we’ll go ahead and have the culminating sesquicentennial celebration on Sunday, the 15th,” Sister Cordon said. 

In the interview, Sister Craig and Sister Craven shared how young women can support each other and why the young women’s program is important.  

The “Face to Face” event is Sunday, Nov. 15 at 4 p.m. MST. It is available to watch at churchofjesuschrist.org, the Church’s YouTube channel and BYUtv.  

Gottlieb says infections among young people are fueling new COVID-19 hot spots

Washington — Former Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb on Sunday said that a rise in coronavirus infections among young people is driving new outbreaks in some states, but he does not believe there will be a “true” fourth wave of the pandemic.

“What we’re seeing is pockets of infection around the country, particularly in younger people who haven’t been vaccinated and also in school-aged children,” Gottlieb said in an interview on “Face the Nation,” noting the rise in cases among school-aged kids in Michigan, Minnesota and Massachusetts. 

“You’re seeing outbreaks in schools and infections in social cohorts that haven’t been exposed to the virus before, maybe were doing a better job sheltering, now they’re out and about getting exposed to the virus and they’re getting infected,” he continued. “The infection is changing its contours in terms of who’s being stricken by it right now.”

With coronavirus cases rising in 27 states and the District of Columbia, public health officials are urging Americans to remain vigilant in following mitigation measures. But as the rate of vaccinations continues to accelerate — 4 million doses were administered Friday alone — and roughly 130 million Americans having already contracted COVID-19, Gottlieb said the level of immunity in the U.S. should head off a fourth wave of the pandemic.

As of Saturday, more than 104 million Americans have received at least one dose of their coronavirus vaccine, while 59.8 million Americans are fully vaccinated, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

“You have somewhere around 200 million Americans that have some level of immunity in them already,” he said. “I think there’s enough immunity in the population that you’re not going to see a true fourth wave of infection.”

While more young people are becoming infected with COVID-19, Gottlieb said he does not believe schools should close their doors to in-person learning, but instead should be made safer to combat the spread of the virus.


“I think we need to stick to strict mitigation in the schools, the schools that use masks, schools that can implement some kind of distancing, as one epidemiologist referred to it this week, go the ‘full Harry Potter’ and try to keep students within defined social cohorts so that they’re not intermingling in large groups,” he said. “If you’re taking those measures in schools, I think the schools can be made more safe, and I think the benefits of being in school outweigh the risks. But we need to be cognizant of the fact that schools are a risk factor, children are vulnerable to the infection and that schools can become focal points for community spread if we’re not careful.”

Coronavirus vaccines from Moderna and Johnson & Johnson are authorized for adults ages 18 and older, while Pfizer’s vaccine is approved for people as young as 16. But Pfizer and Moderna have been testing their vaccines in children 12 and older and are beginning clinical trials of their shots in young children. 

Pfizer announced last week in a study of 2,260 U.S. volunteers between 12 and 15 years old, its vaccine was found to be safe and demonstrated 100% efficacy. Gottlieb is a member of Pfizer’s board of directors.

Vaccinating children will be crucial for getting schools reopened and helping the U.S. reach herd immunity, and Dr. Anthony Fauci, chief medical adviser to President Biden, said Friday he believes there could be enough information to be able to safely vaccinate children of any age by the end of the year.

Gottlieb said he believes the FDA could authorize Pfizer’s vaccine for emergency use for children between the ages of 12 and 15 in time to have it available before the start of the school year, but warned it could be longer before children younger than 12 are approved to get their shots.

“I do think we’re going to be in a position to vaccinate 12 and above before the fall,” he said. “I think younger than that could take more time because you’re going to want to test a lot of different doses to try to find the lowest possible dose that still is providing a robust immune response to kids.”

Even though public health officials are warning Americans not to buck guidelines with the rise in coronavirus infections, families are continuing to travel for the spring break holiday, and the Transportation Security Administration has reported a spike in airport screenings.

Gottlieb encouraged health officials to issue guidance the public will largely follow but said it’s important for them to urge caution. 

“You don’t want to be so out of step with the aspirations and where the public is and what the public is going to ultimately engage in that the guidance just gets ignored. You have to issue the guidance in the context of what the public’s willing to do,” he said. 

Still, Gottlieb stressed that the U.S. remains in a “high-prevalence environment” with new coronavirus variants circulating.

“We don’t want to be in a position where we extend the epidemic because we weren’t prudent about the steps that we were taking right now,” he said. “That said, people are sensing that there’s less risk overall. As people get vaccinated, they feel themselves that they’re at less risk and they are, based on the vaccination. And so they’re willing to start engaging in the things that they put off for a full year. So we need to recognize that and I think issue the guidance in a way that people can conform to it against, you know, their aspirations, which is that they want to see family again. They want to start socializing. They want to start traveling a little bit.”

The Biggest Hurdles Recent Graduates Face Entering the Workforce

“Exhausted.” “Lost.” “Anxious.” “Everything’s a struggle.”

These are just some of the ways that 54 recent college grads we recently interviewed described their experience transitioning from college to the professional world. Despite being advised to hit the ground running, many young people we spoke with felt disoriented, confused, dissatisfied, and in many cases overwhelmed with the “real world.” In addition to impacting the young people themselves and their wellbeing, this intense and challenging experience affects companies, which spend time and money recruiting and training young people to join their ranks and immediately contribute to the organization.

Some have attributed these struggles to millennials — that young people of this generation are particularly prone to struggle because of how self-absorbed and entitled they are. However our sense, from interviewing recent graduates and working closely with them as they transition from college to the professional world, is that there is something else at play.

In our view, the main reason young people struggle isn’t generational — it’s cultural. In particular: the very significant, but typically underemphasized, cultural transition between college to the professional world. We find in our research that this culture shift plays out along at least three key dimensions: feedback, relationships, and accountability.


“Throughout my entire life from the beginning of school everything was graded. You could get immediate feedback on your performance. But at work, you’re not getting that immediate feedback… and I think that was one of the biggest challenges throughout that transition.” -Candra, 23-year-old health care research assistant

In college, feedback is clear and consistent. You have a syllabus, which details the requirements for the semester and the standards upon which you’ll be graded. And then, for each assignment you submit, you receive feedback from your professor. You don’t need to ask for the feedback — it’s provided to you directly, and typically without much personal explanation. In addition, because grades are standardized, it’s quite easy to understand your personal performance level relative to others, or relative to yourself in previous classes or semesters.

As you might imagine, the feedback paradigm shifts entirely once a student enters the professional world. For starters, the feedback you receive at work is often less consistent and less easily decipherable than in college. Depending on your manager and your organization, you might receive very clear, detailed and consistent feedback on assignments; or you might receive feedback in an intermittent and difficult-to-decipher manner, through a quick comment here or there until you have that rare official performance review. In either case, though, the feedback you receive is often more qualitative than quantitative, which can be confusing to students fixated on what their specific grade was and were they fall on the overall class curve.

As a result of these cultural differences, young professionals can experience a feedback vacuum in the professional world — wondering how to improve, if they need to improve, and how they can develop the skills necessary to improve at their firm and in their career.

Recent graduates also need to learn a new skill around feedback in the working world that wasn’t a common part of the college paradigm: how to receive both positive as well as negative feedback in a poised, professional manner. Granted, in certain rare classes, such as theater or creative writing, students may very well get useful experience learning how to give and receive feedback with professionalism. But this simply is not the case for the vast majority of classes in college where feedback is often delivered impersonally,  in written form, and without much opportunity for give and take or face-to-face interaction and discussion.


“So all of a sudden you’re hanging out with people of all ranges and types of backgrounds. And you don’t really know anything about them.” -David, a 26-year-old business strategy consultant

Relationships in the professional world are also very different from in college. In college, you build relationships with people you want to — and for the most part with people around your same age. Relationships evolve naturally through interactions in class, from extracurricular activities on campus, through friends of friends.  And there’s typically very little pressure to keep up relationships you don’t enjoy.

However, once students enter the professional world, they find themselves enmeshed in a very different experience of relationship building. It’s no longer only solely about creating a group of fun, nice people to congregate with; it’s now more strategic. Relationship building in a professional environment is about developing friendships, sure, but it’s also about building a robust network of colleagues who can help you succeed at your job and advance in your career. This means interacting regularly with people of different ages, backgrounds and interests.  It also means developing a connection with your boss — a new authority figure who not only tells someone what to do, but also has a lot of power over future career development.

And, sometimes, in the professional world, relationship building happens with people you don’t actually even like or want to be friends with. Unlike college, where you can simply avoid people you don’t like — like professors whose classes you can choose not to take — the same is not true in the professional world. You need to find ways to manage difficult relationships in a productive and professional manner.

Finally, how you comport yourself with a professor in one class has little if any impact on your experience, performance, or reputation in another class or department. But of course at work, interactions with your boss may have major implications on your success at your current company. If your boss complains about your performance or work ethic to other leaders, for example, it may be difficult for you to move up the ladder.


“When you’re young coming out of college, you don’t realize what you’re walking into. You either perform or you don’t, and you could lose your job any day. Students think it’s easy-going just like school, but it’s nothing like that. It’s a lot more responsibility.” -Michael, a 27-year-old regional account manager

The entire goal of college — at least from a learning standpoint — is to develop your knowledge base and critical thinking capacity. In school, you are accountable mainly to yourself. Yes, you are occasionally on project teams, or you may partner with someone to complete a project. But in the end, though the group’s performance matters, the ultimate responsibility is to yourself, your achievement, your success and your learning.

In a professional environment, in contrast, there typically is much more at stake, and mistakes can have severe consequences. You’re not only accountable to yourself; you’re accountable to your team, to your colleagues, to your boss, to your division, and to your organization. If you fail a key assignment, damage a client relationship, mismanage an interaction with a supplier, you can’t make it up or ask for extra credit.  Mistakes aren’t necessarily or exclusively learning opportunities – they can have serious consequences for your reputation and career, which adds a whole new level of pressure and personal responsibility on a young professional.

These three themes show that, while some young professionals make the transition from college to the workplace with ease, others struggle quite a bit. So what can companies and managers do to help ease this cultural transition for new professionals?

Our top line recommendation is treat this transition like you would any other significant cultural transition, and to apply best practices for cultural adaptation to the adaptation from college to the professional world. This means teaching them about the norms, the rules, and quite explicitly how and why these rules and expectations are different from college.

But smart companies will also actively promote a positive and encouraging mindset among more experienced employees as well. Leaders need to communicate the fact that everyone was young at one point and may have also experienced a challenging cultural transitions. If experienced employees can empathize with what recent graduates face, they may be more apt to attribute their behavior to cultural transitions as opposed to some sort of “entitled mindset” — or at least more open to this alternative explanation.

Mentoring is of course a critical part of this process, but remember that more experienced mentors aren’t necessarily better. What’s essential is finding mentors who have experience of both sides of the transition — who remember what the challenges were like and who have addressed and overcome them. It’s also helpful for mentors to have friends and colleagues who may have had similar experiences as well. That way, they can offer new professionals a range of options and paths for success.

Finally, in order to succeed, young professionals themselves must also be willing to take the time and effort necessary to master the transition from school to work. This could mean reaching out to other more experienced friends or family members to learn about what helped them manage their transition. It also could mean recognizing which soft skills they are lacking and developing a plan to improve them. Because in the end, what we found in our work is that the book smarts students have received from their college education will only get them so far.


90,000 Facial gymnastics. A youthful face for years to come

Facial gymnastics is the basis for maintaining youthful skin. Think about the future and slow down the aging process of your skin now. If the years have already left marks on your face, gymnastics will help you get rid of many of them. Take care of your beauty in your own hands!

How to restore youth to your face?

How to make radiant and shiny eyes, restore the jawline and face oval, tighten the cheeks and make the neck smooth?

If you want the muscles of the face to be firm and taut, they must be exercised!

Having mastered a set of anatomically grounded exercises, you will devote them only 15-20 minutes a day three times a week, maintaining the muscles of the face in good shape, improving blood supply, nutrition of the skin, its elasticity and firmness.

Everyone is invited:

wants to stop the aging process of the skin now and preserve the splendor of youth for a long time;

does not want to put up with the appearance of the first (second, third, etc.) wrinkles;

wants to restore youth to his face, restore the line of the chin and oval of the face, tighten the cheeks and make the neck smooth.

In addition, you will learn: how and in which mirrors to look; original techniques of self-massage and facial relaxation; and other important little things.

The skin of the face and hands must be clean during the exercise, therefore it is necessary to bring cleaning products and a small tabletop mirror to class .

A facial exercise program that naturally eliminates the signs of aging. Weakening of the facial muscles is one of the main causes of sagging skin, as well as the appearance of a double chin, drooping cheeks, bulldogs, flat lips and eyebrows, overhanging upper eyelids and bags under the eyes. To one degree or another, everyone is faced with this.By practicing gymnastics at a young age, you can prevent these phenomena or get rid of many of them, if the weakened muscles have already left their marks on the face. “Face-building”, as this method is called in the West, is an alternative to face plastic surgery!

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90,000 Good young face – Drunina.The full text of the poem – Well young face

Well young face – Drunina. The full text of the poem – Good young face

Good young face –
Life has not yet written on it,
And she did not plow with her chisel,
And she did not breathe fire with her.
It hurts time will burn it,
Just as it burned us.
Let the mouth remain stubborn,
The radiance of the eyes will not go out,
But something else will be added –
They will become thinner, more spiritual features.
The countdown of
of Real male beauty will start from this line.
Yes, then Beauty will only come,
And now forever, to the end:
Beauty is not an empty canvas –
A face burnt by life.


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When you visit the Kultura.RF website, you agree that we process your personal data using metric programs.More details. 90,000 Young face of the city of Nei – Youth of the Kostroma region

The annual competition “The Young Face of the City” dedicated to the Day of Youth in the municipal district of the city of Neya and the Neysky district has ended.

Five nominations of the competition, five success stories. Five interesting people whose caring character, professional experience, and creative achievements deserve attention.

Today we are talking about our fellow countrymen, young, active, talented, laureates of the “Young Face of the City 2021” award.

Lyubov Peshnina was presented in the “Hero of Our Time” nomination. In modern conditions, people of a peaceful profession – doctors – are, as they say, at the forefront of protecting human lives. The pandemic has made them real heroes. Lyubov Vladimirovna works as a district therapist in the Neyskaya RB. On duty, she had to work with patients with coronavirus infection. From the first days of the pandemic, she was in the “red zone”. In special conditions in the clinic, she received patients and conducted examinations at home.Lyubov Vladimirovna graduated from the Kirov Medical Academy in 2015 with a degree in general medicine. She has been working in our district since 2016 and has already won the respect of patients and colleagues. This is a tactful and polite doctor, with a responsible attitude to work. Awarded with a Letter of Gratitude and a Certificate of Honor from the hospital administration, and a Letter of Gratitude from the Kostroma Region Health Department

2021 is declared the year of science and the awarding of Nikita Karpov in the “Young Talent” nomination for achievements in the field of science and research is very symbolic.Nikita is a graduate of School No. 1 in Nei. Winner of the prestigious regional competition “Student of the Year – 2021”. Prize-winner and winner of the municipal stages of the All-Russian Olympiad for schoolchildren, a participant in the regional stage in physics and history. Awarded with the Second Degree Diploma of the regional stage of the Competition for Young Scientists in 2021. At the regional forum “Step into the Future” Nikita presented the project “Development of an application for storing information by the user”. Nikita is a participant in the Dictation of Victory and ethnographic dictation, a laureate of the second degree of the regional stage of the All-Russian competition of children’s creativity “Prince Alexander – commander, politician, Saint”.Nikita is a very versatile person. Indeed, if a person is talented, then he is talented in everything!

Olga Golubushkina, a teacher of kindergarten № 6 “Kolokolchik”, receives the prize in the nomination “Young Professional”. Olga Viktorovna is loved by her little wards and respected by their parents. First of all, for professionalism. Aged, competent, in constant creative search. Olga Viktorovna is an educator who meets modern requirements. She is constantly looking for new forms of work, improving herself, raising her professional level.For the 2020-2021 academic year, Olga Viktorovna’s pupils became winners of the municipal creative contests “The Amazing World of Space”, “I Love Russian Birch”, “New Year’s Suit”. Olga Viktorovna has repeatedly taken part in the “Teacher of the Year” competition in her nomination, a regular participant in methodological and creative competitions. Last year, she took third place in the regional stage of the competition for walking notes with pupils and became the winner of the regional stage of the video competition “Modern Childhood Environment”.She was awarded the Certificate of Honor of the Department of Education and Science of the Kostroma Region.

Yegor Naumov was recognized as the winner in the “Young Leader” nomination. In 2021, Yegor became one of the winners of the Compass of Valor project. Egor is an active young man, leader of the school children’s association, Chairman of the Council of Deputies of the district children’s organization SDO “Friends”. He is a member of the Russian Union of Youth, a member of the Russian movement of schoolchildren, a volunteer of the youth public association “Volunteer”.He takes an active part in civil-patriotic actions, search activities, design and research work on the study of the history of the country and his native land, competitions in military-applied sports, sports events, provides all possible assistance to war and labor veterans, participating in the actions “Veteran lives nearby “,” Congratulate the veteran “,” We say “Thank you” for everything, “We are united by good deeds.” Egor goes in for sports. Has high achievements in boxing at interregional competitions. Egor Sergeevich is respected by adults and peers.

The Komarov family of Elena and Denis is presented in the “Young Family” nomination. The Komarov family are the winners of numerous competitions: “A healthy mind in a healthy body!”, “Miracle – sleigh”, “Photo-quest”. Their son Daniil is a prize-winner of creative competitions in kindergarten and at the municipal level, he was awarded an honorable mention for participation in the regional competition “Winter’s Tale”. Elena and Denis take part in sports competitions, and teach their son to this. Going in for sports not only allows you to keep yourself in good shape, but also unites the family, builds character, the Komarovs believe.


90,000 ABC of a Young Voter

Campaigning period – the period during which it is allowed to conduct election campaigning, campaigning on referendum issues.

Election campaigning (election campaigning) – an activity carried out during the election campaign and aimed at encouraging or encouraging voters to vote for a candidate, candidates, list, lists of candidates or against him (them).

Active suffrage – the right of citizens of the Russian Federation to elect to state and local government bodies.

Ballot – ballot paper, ballot paper for voting in a referendum.

Elected official – the President of the Russian Federation, the highest official of the constituent entity of the Russian Federation (the head of the highest executive body of state power of the constituent entity of the Russian Federation), as well as the head of the municipal formation directly elected by the citizens of the Russian Federation residing in the territory of the municipality.

Elections are a form of direct expression of the will of citizens, carried out in accordance with the Constitution of the Russian Federation, federal laws, constitutions (statutes), laws of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation, statutes of municipalities in order to form a government body, local self-government body or empower an official.

Guarantees of electoral rights and the right to participate in a referendum – conditions, rules and procedures established by the Constitution of the Russian Federation, law, other regulatory legal act, ensuring the exercise of electoral rights and the right to participate in a referendum of citizens of the Russian Federation.

Deputy – a person elected by the voters of the respective electoral district to a representative body of state power or a representative body of a municipal formation on the basis of universal, equal and direct suffrage by secret ballot.

Voter is a citizen of the Russian Federation who has an active right to vote.

Election campaign – activities related to the preparation and conduct of elections carried out from the day of official publication (publication) of the decision of an authorized official, state body, local self-government body on the appointment of elections until the day the election commission organizing the elections submits a report on spending the funds of the corresponding budget allocated for the preparation and conduct of elections.

Election Commission is a collegial body formed in the manner and terms established by law, organizing and ensuring the preparation and conduct of elections.

Observer – a citizen of the Russian Federation authorized to observe the conduct of voting, counting of votes and other activities of the commission during the period of voting, determination of its results, determination of election results, referendum, including the activities of the commission to verify the correctness of the establishment of voting results and determination of election results , referendum.

Passive suffrage – the right of citizens of the Russian Federation to be elected to state and local government bodies.

The right to participate in a referendum – the constitutional right of citizens of the Russian Federation to vote on referendum issues, as well as to participate in other actions for the preparation and conduct of a referendum.

Referendum is a form of direct expression of the will of citizens of the Russian Federation on the most important issues of state and local importance in order to make decisions by voting by citizens of the Russian Federation who have the right to participate in a referendum.

Referendum participant is a citizen of the Russian Federation who has the right to participate in the referendum.

Electronic voting – voting without using a paper ballot, using a technical device.

90,000 Facial proportions and malocclusion

Distal bite

Distal bite – the upper front teeth are pushed forward in relation to the lower ones. A distinctive feature of such a bite is a discrepancy in size in the anteroposterior direction, in other words, either an overdeveloped upper jaw or an underdeveloped lower jaw.

The process of chewing load distribution is disrupted. In this case, the back teeth will take the load of the front teeth. In people with distal occlusion, the back teeth will be more prone to caries.

With this pathology, a person’s chin is disproportionately small, the face seems more childish and indecisive. After bite correction, the proportions of the face are leveled, the face acquires more correct proportions and seems more strong-willed.

Over the years, people usually adapt to life with a distal occlusion, and perhaps, apart from the aesthetic discrepancy, such a patient is not worried about anything.But there comes a point when the distal bite begins to bring discomfort. Earlier development of periodontal diseases: periodontitis (inflammation of the gums) and periodontal disease (loosening of the teeth associated with pathological changes in the ligaments that hold the tooth in the bone and the bone itself), diseases of the temporomandibular joint, difficulties with prosthetics – these are some of the consequences of the distal occlusion.

Distal occlusion is treated in different ways. In early childhood, removable devices are used to restrain the growth of the upper jaw and stimulate the growth of the lower jaw.When such a device cannot be used (when the growth of the jaws ends), then a bracket system is used. In this case, additional devices to the bracket system can be used.

Mesial bite

Mesial bite – the lower jaw protrudes forward.

It is characterized by the anterior position of the lower jaw in relation to the upper. One of the hallmarks of a mesial bite is a protruding chin. Such a chin makes the face of a young man strong-willed, self-confident, but is unlikely to decorate a girl.

The consequences of mesial occlusion, in addition to aesthetic inconsistency, are almost the same as with distal occlusion. Dysfunction of chewing, and as a consequence – the earlier development of periodontal diseases: periodontitis and periodontal disease, diseases of the temporomandibular joint, difficulties in prosthetics.

Treatment of a mesial occlusion is a very lengthy process. The earlier the patient consults an orthodontist, the better, because at an early age it is possible to influence the growth of the jaws.In case of insufficient development of the upper jaw, it is necessary to stimulate its growth; with excessive development of the lower jaw, one can try to restrain its growth. For this, removable devices are used in childhood.

In adulthood, there are several treatment options for mesial occlusion. These are orthognathic operations aimed at changing the position and size of the jaws and profile, as well as bite correction on a bracket system with the possible extraction of individual teeth.

Open bite

Open bite – the front or side teeth do not close, forming a gap between them.

An open bite is called a bite in which the teeth of the upper and lower jaw do not close (do not contact). Pathology can be observed in the anterior and lateral regions; in the area of ​​several teeth or a whole group of teeth.

The most obvious external manifestation of an open bite in the anterior region is a constantly open mouth. A disorder in only one of the lateral regions manifests itself in the asymmetry of facial features.

In adult patients with fixed bad habits and formed jaws, it is necessary to use fixed devices (bracket systems), although it should be recognized that this form of pathology is one of the most difficult for orthodontists.

Deep bite

Deep bite – the incisors of the upper dentition overlap the incisors of the lower dentition by more than half, while the lower incisors do not rest on the tubercles of the upper teeth.

Normally, the upper teeth should overlap the lower ones by 1/3 the length of the crown of the lower teeth. When the upper teeth overlap the lower ones by more than half of their length, then such a bite is considered deep. It can be deep not only in the anterior, but also in the lateral regions.

The face with such a bite has insufficient height, the lower lip often turns outward, as it does not have enough space. However, if a person tries to purse his lip, then the lips can be very thin. After treatment, the face acquires proportional dimensions, the upper lip stops turning outward. If a person purses his lips, then over time this habit goes away.

As a rule, the first object of damage in such a bite is the periodontium (the apparatus that holds the tooth in the bone) early periodontal disease appears (loosening of the teeth associated with pathological changes in the ligaments that hold the tooth in the bone and the bone itself), periodontitis (inflammation of the gums), and the mucous membrane the lining of the oral cavity suffers from chronic trauma to the teeth.

Increased tooth abrasion is common in deep dentition. This, in turn, leads to a change in the tone of the masticatory muscles, which ultimately affects the temporomandibular joint (TMJ). Patients with a deep bite are more likely than others to complain of crunching, clicking and joint pain. Sometimes a TMJ injury can cause frequent headaches. There is no doubt that people with a deep bite also have difficulties with prosthetics. Fixed and removable structures do not hold well, they have to be changed often, which causes a lot of trouble for both the patient and the doctor.

A deep bite is often combined with other types of pathology, and most often with a distal bite. Treatment of a deep bite will consist in increasing it using various devices from plates with a bite plane to a bracket system.


Crossbite is poor development of one side of either jaw.

Normally, all upper teeth should overlap the lower ones in the anterior region by 1/3 of the crown length of the lower ones, and in the lateral region, the outer tubercles of the upper teeth should overlap the outer tubercles of the lower teeth.Crossbite is a violation of such a relationship of teeth in any direction. It can be unilateral and bilateral, it can be in the anterior section and in the lateral sections.

In this bite pathology, the chewing function suffers the most. Often these patients chew on one side. Those teeth that will take an active part in chewing are more prone to caries, and the early development of periodontal diseases (periodontal disease and periodontitis) is an indispensable companion of this form of pathology.With such uneven chewing, the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) often suffers, problems may occur when opening the mouth (crunching and restriction when opening), pain that is often masked as a headache.

Subsequently, prosthetics with removable and non-removable structures will be very difficult for people with such a pathology, fixed and removable structures do not hold well, they have to be changed often. Treatment of cross-occlusion is reduced to equalizing the size of the jaws, which can be achieved both with removable devices and with a bracket system using additional devices for expanding the jaws.

90,000 61-year-old Dmitry Dibrov congratulated his young wife on her birthday by dipping her face into a cake

13:55, 17.07.2021

Showman’s beloved turned 32.

Yesterday the wife of 61-year-old Dmitry Dibrov Polina celebrated her 32nd birthday.In honor of the special date, the star family went for a boat trip near Moscow’s Red Square. On board the ship, the showman presented his wife with a birthday cake. It is interesting that the surprises did not end there: when Polina pulled out candles in the form of numbers from the dessert, Dmitry Alexandrovich dipped her face directly into the delicacy.

Today Dibrova shared pictures from the celebration. The model thanked her husband for the treat. “Thank you, Dima, it was very tasty,” Polina wrote in her microblog on Instagram (the author’s spelling and punctuation are hereinafter given without changes.- Approx. ed. ).

Dmitry Dibrov’s surprise for his wife

Recall that Dmitry Dibrov met his current wife during the Beauty of The Body beauty contest, where she was a participant, and he was a member of the jury. It is noteworthy that at that time Polina was only 17 years old. However, the significant age difference did not prevent the couple. The showman began to show attention to the model and soon won her favor. In 2009, three years after they met, the lovers formalized their relationship.The Dibrovs spared no expense for the wedding: the couple drove up to the registry office in a luxury Rolls-Royce car, spent their wedding night in one of the most expensive hotels in the capital, and their honeymoon while traveling across France.

For more than ten years of marriage, Polina managed to give Dmitry Alexandrovich three sons. Now the spouses are raising 11-year-old Alexander , seven-year-old Fedor and five-year-old Ilya . By the way, last May, Dibrova shared a touching shot with growing boys, in which she poses without clothes.

It is worth saying that Dmitry Alexandrovich and his wife do not cherish their offspring and spend a lot of time with them. So, in February of this year, the whole family went on vacation abroad for the first time in a long time. The Dibrovs decided to spend their vacation in the Maldives. In particular, the long-awaited trip to the islands made Polina happy: the showman’s wife willingly shared footage from the beach, which captured her children.

Dmitry Dibrov with his wife and children

Family holidays are of particular importance for the Dibrovs.On the eve of the New Year, the showman and his wife showed how they decorate a Christmas tree with their children. Moreover, the process of decorating a festive tree itself is a separate solemn ritual for the star family. After the work was completed, Dmitry Alexandrovich, together with Polina and his sons, laid a festive table for dinner to celebrate a significant event.

It should be added that marriage with Polina is the fourth in a row for Dmitry Alexandrovich. For the first time, the showman married at 23. His chosen one was a woman who had nothing to do with show business by the name of Elvira , who later gave birth to his first child.Just three years after the birth of the baby, the couple broke up. From his second wife Olga Dibrov also has a child – his only daughter. Family ties were tied with the penultimate wife of Alexandra of the presenter – she was the granddaughter of Dmitry Alexandrovich’s stepfather. Their relationship lasted four years, during which the couple did not have common children.

Dmitry Dibrov with his second ex-wife and daughter

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The young face of chemtech science | Ivanovo State University of Chemistry and Technology

Today, the traditional student scientific school-conference “Days of Science at ISKHTU” – “Fundamental Sciences – for a Specialist of the New Century” was solemnly opened at ISKTU. The conference rightfully has the status of an All-Russian one, since among its participants are representatives not only of Ivanovo universities, but also of Yaroslavl, Kostroma, Vladimir, Moscow, Saratov, etc.

The conference is dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the formation of the Ivanovo-Voznesensk Polytechnic Institute and is held within the framework of the All-Russian Science Festival NAUKA and the Regional Festival “Young Science for the Development of the Ivanovo Region”.

Speaking at the opening of the conference, rector M.F. Butman rightly noted that “our Ivanovo Khimtech has always been famous for its scientific activities: it is no coincidence that even in the hymn of ISKhTU there are the words“ our science glorified university ”.We really have something to be proud of: these are established scientific schools, and leading scientists with a worldwide reputation, and international recognition of the scientific achievements of Ivanovo chemists. At the same time, modern science has a distinctive feature – it is getting younger, therefore holding such conferences where young scientists can present the results of their scientific research, exchange views with colleagues, learn the authoritative judgment of more experienced senior colleagues is an extremely important and useful matter to which we devote such close attention”.

Several interesting facts from the history of student science at our university were announced by Vice-Rector for Research E.V. Rumyantsev : this year the student school-conference “Days of Science” is held in 19 scientific areas, in addition to oral and poster presentations in sections, it includes 19 educational events, such as lectures by leading scientists, master classes, trainings, seminars. A total of 65 meetings of various thematic focus are planned.

The conference “Days of Science is held in the year of the 100th anniversary of higher education in the Ivanovo region and is dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the formation of the Ivanovo-Voznesensk Polytechnic Institute, a plenary report for all participants, which was made by the President of ISCTU, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences O.And Koifman, was devoted to the history of scientific schools of the Chemical Faculty of IVPI. Together with Oskar Iosifovich, the participants of the conference – students, undergraduates, postgraduates, teachers, employees again remembered such significant names for our university as P. Walden, V.N. Ipatiev, N.A. Shilov, N. D. Zelinsky, I.A. Kablukov, N.N. Vorozhtsov, P.P. Budnikov, I.I. Zaslavsky, K.B. Yatsimirsky, J.K. Syrkin and many, many others who made the glory of domestic chemical science.

See presentation k_100_letiyu_himteha.pptx

Ed. Due to the fact that the material presented in the report will form the basis of a monograph on the history of scientific schools at Ivanovsky Khimtekh, the author will be grateful for comments and additions to the presented report, which can be sent to the address president @ isuct . ru .

Student conference “Fundamental Sciences – for a specialist of the new century” will be held in the form of a competition, the winners of which will receive diplomas and prizes, as well as a trip to the memorial museum-reserve of D.I. Mendeleev and A. Block of the Boblovo estate in the suburbs. In addition, the youth branch of the Russian Chemical Society. DI. Mendeleev holds among all the participants and guests of the conference the competition “Mendeleev at ISKhTU”. Objective: to find in our university (in classrooms, laboratories or even on the ceiling) as many tables or elements of the periodic table as possible and photograph them or be photographed against the background of the PSEM table; upload the photo to the VKontakte social network indicating the place where the photo was taken.The hashtag # Mendeleev_v_IGKhTU must be added to the signature. The winner will be determined at random using a special program.

Program of the student school-conference “Days of Science at ISKhTU: dni_nauki_progr.pdf

Text and photos by T. Ustinov