We all need to know what time it is, with our hectic schedules, busy weeks and lifestyles, but many need so much more, like cancer prevention, aids treatment and water. The western world has been fortunate enough to have necessities as well as luxuries, sometimes we get so wrapped up in our own lives that we forget about other lives that surround us, ones that aren’t on Facebook or Twitter, ones that may have never seen or heard of a computer, let alone a watch. However, you can use your time wisely with the 1: watch funded by Mizra Minds who have come up with a way to turn an essential gadget into a form of giving back to our world.
Just one white watch will feed 16 children, you can choose to help fight aids, cancer, and hunger, build a stove or help the environment, bring water to a community simply by purchasing a 1: face watch.
Their goal has been to raise $25,000 prior to October 31st and have almost reached that mark already, help them get there and even surpass their goal by uniting us in helping our world, our global community and use your time to change the life of another. Creator and head editor of Socialeyezer She enjoys finding the latest in social media, tech and geek culture. Change My Face provides innovative ageing software allowing people to visualise themselves in the future and showing effects of lifestyle such as drinking, smoking, tanning, diet, stress and pollution. A new anti-crystal meth campaign featuring the warped mugshots of alleged repeat users is scary, but is it effective at discouraging drug abuse? The faces of youthful, virile men and women booked on meth-related charges rapidly mutate as the same individuals are arrested again and again. Acne litters what was once unblemished skin, rosy cheeks hollow out and tangled clumps of hair replace neat 'dos. The visual allegory warning of the drug's dangers may be disturbing, however, it's not an original message.

The Multnomah County Sheriff in Oregon appealed to the vanity of would-be drug users when it created its "Faces of Meth" program.
Tynski admitted that self-interest was one of the primary forces that led the company to create an ad with lots of shock value. The number of people currently using the drug, meaning that they admitted to taking it within the previous month, has also slipped, according to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health.
On January 15, 1947, the remains of Elizabeth Short, were found in a vacant lot in Los Angeles.
What followed was a media circus filled with rumors and speculation about the promiscuous 22-year-old's checkered past. This simplistically designed watch comes in an array of colors that support a charity tied to that specific color; each watch has its own metrics too and will help change the world and bring awareness to your chosen devoted cause. Erin has a keen understanding of the power of Social Media for business and fervently stays up-to-date. They transform into haggard, gaunt and unkempt visages just a few years after the apparent downward spiral began.
The online poster warns that these are telltale signs of decay unleashed by prolonged, illegal crystal meth use.
Dolores Cimini, a psychologist specializing in substance abuse counseling at the State University of New York at Albany, described the scare tactics as "health terrorism" which are not effective at altering behaviors. A Monitoring the Future study, which surveys students about drug, alcohol and smoking habits, found that in 2009, 1.2 percent of seniors said they'd used meth in the past year.

What made this discovery the stuff of tabloid sensation, however, was the Glasgow smile left on the aspiring actress' face--made with 3-inch slashes on each side.
What haunts theorists to this day, apart from the victim's uniquely nightmarish visage, is that the case remains unsolved after some 200 suspects were interviewed and ultimately released--making it one of Hollywood's most lurid legends.
Our apps have been no.1 in 16 countries, achieving over 1 million downloads and reaching out to a global audience. The company didn't contact the repeat offenders to determine if the metamorphoses seen in the mugshot were caused by anything else, Tynski said.
The website is a portal where visitors can get information about types of care and search for rehabs centers across the country.
Tysnki said since the ad debuted last week, the company's website has seen a surge in traffic. This, coupled with Short's dark hair, fair complexion and reputation for sporting a dahlia in her hair, dubbed her "The Black Dahlia" in headlines. It’s probably too late for us, but here we showed Nicola McLean in Now Magazine how she would look if she carried on drinking more than the recommended amount of alcohol and the damaging effect on her looks.

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