It seems truly unfair that after dealing with an especially aggressive zit, diligently spot-treating it and handling it with the care of a surgeon for days and days on end, that another zit should pop back up in the same exact spot, just months, or even weeks, later. Like, why? What cruel force of nature allows pimples to keep resurfacing like a bad Tinder date that canБt take a hint? And how the hell do you prevent it from coming back? MORE: These arenБt rhetorical questions, mind you. I genuinely wantedБno, needed Бto know, seeing as the hormonal zit on my jaw had gone from a four-day visitor to a permanent squatter over the last few months. So I asked Yale dermatologist and VPP (Very Patient Person) Mona Gohara, who I have on speed-dial for skin БemergenciesБ like these. Her answer?
Take your car in to get a reading. After a few thousand miles of this, most cars will turn on the "check engine" light. You can take it to any AutoZone, Advance auto parts, Napa, or O'Reilly's (but some places may only check cars made after 1996, so call and check first) and they will read the codes for free. There can be any number of reasons for the "check engine" light to come on, so it is good to check. Codes complaining of unexpected lean mixture is a good indication of O2 sensor failure. O2 sensors will typically last 6075K miles. The good news is that you can buy an O2 sensor on-line for around $50 and they are generally pretty easy to replace. Another possible reason is that the engine is idling too low (the idle is adjustable) or the control module is going out, which is
If you re very lucky, you ve had the pleasure of caring for a pet so very old that she had a little trouble remembering where she was at times. She might also have had a little trouble discerning daytime hours from those at night, usually sleeping all day and pacing around after the rest of the household had gone to bed. Confusion, disorientation, dementia: call it what you will. But when it affects dogs, I lovingly refer to it as dogzheimers, otherwise known [more clinically] as. Although the disease process in dogs may be clinically different than human Alzheimers, its effects appear quite similar to most pet owners: sleep/wake cycle disturbances, anxiety, inappropriate vocalization, repetitive behaviors (like pacing), elimination disorders (what you might call incontinence ), and
Ask someone if their poop smells bad, and theyБll most likely look at you like youБre crazy. Of course poop smells bad! Yes, but some, and this can be the. As we all know, even a. However, a healthy poop also should not smell too strongly or too awful. The odor associated with a normal bowel movement is usually mild and it passes quickly. If youБre stinking up the bathroom to high heaven, enough to make yourself gag, itБs a sign of your poop trying to tell you something. , having smelly poop from time to time may just mean you ate something funny or you need to adjust your diet. Sometimes, however, smelly poop can be the sign of a health condition that needs to be addressed, especially if itБs smelly on a chronic basis or accompanied by other symptoms. bowel movements, it may be due to
engine vibration in a car, and they all result in shaking and noises that can be quite alarming and sometimes scary. However, if you know what some of the most frequent caused of engine vibration are, you can not only avoid too much stress and worry, you can know how to explain the problem and symptoms to a car mechanic when the time comes to correct the problem. So, here is a list of some of the most common reasons your car's engine might shake or vibrate. Worn Out Spark Plugs In many vehicles a common cause of engine vibration is worn out or faulty sparkplugs. Worn out or dirty sparkplugs will cause the car's engine to misfire or not properly fire on each and every cylinder. When this occurs, it is commonly referred to as the engine missing or not firing on all cylinders. This can
A common complaint we get from customers is that of a foul sewer or sulphur-like smell coming from their toilet even when it s not in use (or recently used). Well, it s not you. As the experts, it s something we see quite frequently. This is sewer gas coming up from the drain line and escaping from your toilet. It s unpleasant to smell and also unhealthy, as it contains methane and bacteria. So, it s not something to ignore. This is generally caused by an issue with what is called the p-trap ; a U-shaped pipe that holds a little water in it to form a seal that prevents sewer gases from creeping up and out the plumbing fixture which in this case would be a toilet. If the toilet that is smelling is a guest toilet for instance, this is almost certainly because this little water reservoir in
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Some cars are more prone to bucking/jerking while at slow speed in 1st gear than others. I remember my old V8 Mustangs were often like bucking broncos if I tried to putz along at low RPM in 1st gear. To smooth it out, I'd engage the clutch and then slip it a bit while letting it back out. This usually worked, but not always. I think it has to do with a combination of factors (gearing, engine torque, driveline lash, etc. ) that makes some cars buck more than others. FWIW, I've only owned two cars that have virtually no low speed bucking/jerking at all. ...
It sure does get old when people constantly point out your red face after a tough workout. But instead of sucking on ice cubes, standing in front of a fan or trying other tricks to de-redden your face, try embracing your vivid hue as a proud sign of your effort. Rob Newton, Edith Cowan University professor of Exercise and Sports Science, says a red face is actually a sign that your body is working efficiently to cool you down. When we exercise, our vascular system redirects blood away from non-essential organs and systems, such as the digestive system, to supply more blood flow to the working muscles, he told Coach. If the body senses that its temperature is rising, we start to sweat and the vascular system shunts blood to the skin to try and shift heat away from the muscles and interior