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best friend

best friend

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>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Artist @raylivez Curator @skip_closer >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> cf g c , c c xc . >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> The #bnw_workers @reflectingstyles @skip_closer @dirtyrain_ Confidents @depthobsessed @denver_afterdark @bnw_drama @bnw_legit @bnw_lombardia @masters_in_bnw Visit our friend @bnw_drama >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> #wo_raylivez . . . #bnw_rose #amateur_bnw #project_bnw #bnw_planet_2017 #bnw_madrid #bnw_just #thedarkpr0ject #bnwmood #flair_bw #ig_shotz_bw #bnwsouls #bnw_fanatics #bnw_perfect #bnw_creatives #bnw_sundays #bnw_diamond #folksouls #bnw_legit #bnw_just #creartmood #bnw_drama #bnwsouls #bnw_sundays #noir_shots #bnw_mania__

Follow @RunningTerritory

Follow @RunningTerritory for more. This is what we love about running

What a view..  Double Tap

What a view.. Double Tap If You Want Be There Follow @vibe.chasers for more . @pilotmadeleine . . #vibechasers To Be Featured

Little black lace romper

Little black lace romper #ootn (thanks again to @angie.bloomfield for doing such a great job on my hair!)

I got this dress on @asos

I got this dress on @asos a size too big because that was the only size left and I NEEDED it. $60 in alterations and a new belt later it was just right #styledbyme #denimdress #denimdays

And here's another cliche

And here's another cliche pose featuring my look from last night's wedding ... and my growing bump Baby B and I are wishing our online tribe a happy Sunday

WILL YOU SAY YES? 
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WILL YOU SAY YES? Follow @madholidayz for more! : Unknown. DM for credit

Happiest colleagues at yo

Happiest colleagues at your service

L'toile du Nord, The star

L'toile du Nord, The star of the North. Photo by @kschoyck

Anyone know who this isAb

Anyone know who this isAbout halfway through this sketchy drawing. - PS - You know how you say you're going to do something and then completely fail?! That's okay, just try again. I've fallen into a bit of a funk lately (you may have noticed less posting) because I haven't been taking care of myself/my inner artist, who has been SCREAMING at me. I put pressure on myself to get my orders done (which I'm so behind on) and then funnily enough, I end up working more slowly or avoiding it all together. Back to making time to play, so that I can ENJOY the process when I do focus on commissions! Take care of yo-self people! It's so important to make time to play and be creative. THERE IS TIME. Don't let your mind trick you otherwise. It doesn't matter if you create for a living or not. It's human nature to be creative - we are creations ourselves! (I'm telling this to myself too LOL) #create #play #practice #balance

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Hearing and vision disorders occur in more than half of people with Down syndrome. Vision problems occur in 38 to 80%. Between 20 and 50% have strabismus, in which the two eyes do not move together. Cataracts (cloudiness of the lens of the eye) occur in 15%, and may be present at birth. Keratoconus (a thin, cone-shaped cornea) and glaucoma (increased eye pressure) are also more common, as are refractive errors requiring glasses or contacts. Brushfield spots (small white or grayish/brown spots on the outer part of the iris) are present in 38 to 85% of individuals. Hearing problems are found in 5090% of children with Down syndrome. This is often the result of otitis media with effusion which occurs in 5070% and chronic ear infections which occur in 40 to 60%. Ear infections often begin in the first year of life and are partly due to poor eustachian tube function. Excessive ear wax can also cause hearing loss due to obstruction of the outer ear canal. Even a mild degree of hearing loss can have negative consequences for speech, language understanding, and academics. Additionally, it is important to rule out hearing loss as a factor in social and cognitive deterioration. Age-related hearing loss of the sensorineural type occurs at a much earlier age and affects 1070% of people with Down syndrome.

Guidelines recommend screening for Down syndrome to be offered to all pregnant women, regardless of age. A number of tests are used, with varying levels of accuracy. They are typically used in combination to increase the detection rate. None can be definitive, thus if screening is positive, either amniocentesis or chorionic villous sampling is required to confirm the diagnosis. Screening in both the first and second trimesters is better than just screening in the first trimester. The different screening techniques in use are able to pick up 90 to 95% of cases with a false-positive rate of 2 to 5%.

Globally, as of 2010, Down syndrome occurs in about 1 per 1000 births and results in about 17,000 deaths. More children are born with Down syndrome in countries where abortion is not allowed and in countries where pregnancy more commonly occurs at a later age. About 1.4 per 1000 live births in the United States and 1.1 per 1000 live births in Norway are affected. In the 1950s, in the United States, it occurred in 2 per 1000 live births with the decrease since then due to prenatal screening and abortions. The number of pregnancies with Down syndrome is more than two times greater with many spontaneously aborting. It is the cause of 8% of all congenital disorders. Maternal age affects the chances of having a pregnancy with Down syndrome. At age 20, the chance is one in 1441; at age 30, it is one in 959; at age 40, it is one in 84; and at age 50 it is one in 44. Although the probability increases with maternal age, 70% of children with Down syndrome are born to women 35 years of age and younger, because younger people have more children. The father's older age is also a risk factor in women older than 35, but not in women younger than 35, and may partly explain the increase in risk as women age.

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