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7 comments

  1. i have a severe cystic acne and it had left me with scars and marks how can i remove my cystic acne scars

    • Vladmir Kucherov

      Sorry for not indicating, that rash is due to fungi i.e. unicellular fungi such as Cryptococcus or multicellular fungi such as dermatophytes

  2. i live in auckland, im looking to get my dermal by my eye removed.. but every doctor centre ive called, they say they dont do them.. i really want it out.. is there any where in auckland-possibly west auckland that removes them without scaring ?

  3. Should I take my eyebrow percing out if my allergic to it, butit hasn’t healed.

  4. I bite my cheek for 3 years.nobody doctor can help me.now my cheek has black spot. Vry much pain. Bad smell.save me.

  5. Of the article by Vladmir Kucherov on Crazy Ants, I would like to comment. I have an infestation of these in Matagorda County, Texas that you would not believe. I hired a professional for a year with very limited results – each quarterly visit was effective for only two weeks, therefore I have done my own research as well as make use of my observations.

    First, the article includes quotes that imply that this was originally written for other insects. Example: “By following their trail …” These ants do not have a trail, neither do they have a visible nest, so the following is also valueless: “Their nests should be drenched using insecticides.”

    Second, the article makes no reference to following product label instructions or using products appropriate for the pest. This is dangerous and illegal and a misuse of product. “… drenched using insecticides.” is a prime example of misuse and off-label application. There is no insecticide that will solve any crazy ant problem by drenching.

    Third, the article references application methods via generalized statements, providing no value to the reader: “insecticide sprays”, “dusting”. In my discussions with the professional, he stated that Raid Ant spray should never be used to combat crazy ants. These ants behave very differently than any other ant and are unresponsive to other-ant treatment methods. Using incorrect products contaminates the environment.

    The article should be pulled offline. If it is important to address the topic then it should be re-written with responsible advice and effective recommendations – perhaps to use professionals who use correct products and apply them correctly.

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