This man was circling us asking for a cigarette and generally posing a distraction while I was positioning my previous Stranger (Thomas) for his photo on Dundas Street in downtown Toronto. It was a distraction I could do without and I told him I was sorry but I don’t smoke and wished him well. The distractions continued and I could tell he had a mental health issue so finally I just said I needed to take this photo for my project to which he said “I’ll wait and then you can take mine too.” I said “Ok, I just need a few minutes here."
I really didn’t get much peace because he was dancing around us asking questions as I worked on Thomas’ photo but when I finished with Thomas I could see that this fellow was not moving along as I had expected so I said I’d be glad … Read More
You have no doubt heard a lot of talk about bee pollen benefits. You are also probably thinking that it is just another health fad. Well the opposite is actually true, in fact as a health supplement it has been around for centuries. This is the stuff the ancient Greeks referred to as the Nectar of the Gods. They may not have known exactly what was in it but they new it would keep you healthy, virile and strong like no other edible substance in nature.
The bee pollen benefits are not just for a few. Serving this amazing food to the entire family will help to keep them healthy and strong. It only makes sense really that you could share these wonderful benefits with the ones you love most. The only drawback really is that a lot of doctors say that children under two years should not be given … Read More
Turkey has become a leading destination for hair transplantation. Owing to the fairly cheaper costs as well as internationally qualified surgeons, Turkey is attracting hair loss patients all over the world. The revenue for hair transplant medical tourism has greatly increased in the last few years. In the first half of the year 2014, about 162,500 medical tourists came to Turkey most of them hair transplant patients from all over Europe, Middle East and Asia and pumped in about $328 million. The Ministry of Health is targeting the $10 billion mark in 2018 and $20 billion mark by 2023 from medical tourism.
Most of the patients came from UK, Scandinavian countries (Sweden, Finland, Norway and Denmark), Europe (Germany, Italy, Netherlands, and France), USA, Canada, Australia, Africa (Egypt, Algeria, Tunisia and Morocco) and Middle East (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar, and Israel). Patients from Europe, Canada, USA and Australia are attracted to … Read More