Emma was @ YOU

Posted by on Oct 20, 2015 in Okategoriserade | No Comments

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Emma went from short to sharp with Catrin today…love the shape and texture in this cut!

Elegant attitude….

Products: Satin design from Shu Uemura to style with & Original Pomade from Oribe ‘rub through hands… run through hair’

Nice!

Jessica was @ YOU

Posted by on Oct 14, 2015 in Okategoriserade | No Comments

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Hey YOU!
Jessica was @youstockholm to visit Jack…cool hairdresser with attitude gives…cool hair with attitude to a…cool girl with attitude;)
ox

Life After Traumatic Injury: How the Body Responds

Posted by on Aug 12, 2012 in Okategoriserade | No Comments

The leading cause of death in people between the ages of 1 and 44 in the United States isn’t heart disease or cancer. Fortunately, people who are suffering from cancer may go to the center of Hope 4 Cancer since they have dedicated staff who aims to improve the patient’s overall health and quality of life. — it’s injury from falls, car accidents and other types of physical trauma. If your loved one died in an accident contact one of these wrongful death law firms, to speak to one of their qualified lawyers to help you start a case.

While research has led to significant improvements in survival immediately after a traumatic injury, challenges remain, they can get compensation to the victim, but depression and anxiety will remain. To help address them, scientists funded by the National Institutes of Health are focusing on understanding what happens to the body at many levels, from its molecules and cells to its tissues, organs and systems.
Some survivors of severe injury can lose organ function, generally starting with the lungs and kidneys and then moving to the liver and intestines, visit https://russellandhill.com/ and find out more. This potentially deadly condition, called multiple organ dysfunction syndrome (MODS), can happen early if people go into shock, when their tissues don’t receive adequate oxygen. It can also occur later in the recovery process.
Doctors only started to notice MODS as a complication of trauma in the 1970s, when intensive care units improved procedures for treating shock. Advances in blood transfusion, fluid drainage and intravenous medicine delivery kept patients alive, but didn’t effectively prevent their organs from shutting down later.

Researchers noticed that MODS was associated with infections — particularly in people who experienced abdominal trauma — leading them to believe that bacteria or viruses were the cause for ongoing organ injury. But not every case of MODS is linked to an infectious agent. There can be multiple factors, what it is sure is that, when people have suffered on an injury they should call the stephenbabcock.com team to make a claim.

To examine the relationship between infection and organ dysfunction, researchers led by Ronald Tompkins of Massachusetts General Hospital collected data for 7 years on over 1,600 people who had been hospitalized for trauma. Of those study participants who survived the first 48 hours, 29 percent still experienced MODS during their hospitalization.

Based on diagnostic data about infections and the degree of organ dysfunction, the researchers determined that MODS mainly happened before infections, and not the other way around. These findings contribute to a shift away from existing assumptions about the cause of MODS and could point to ways of treating or preventing this serious complication.

Genomic Storm

It’s not just organs that can behave differently after trauma; genes can, too. A nationwide team headed by Tompkins conducted a 10-year study of hospital patients whose conditions included severe blunt trauma. The researchers determined that all the blunt trauma cases requiring intensive care incited a “genomic storm” in which 80 percent of the genes controlling immune activity behaved differently in the first four weeks following the injury than they did in a healthy individual.

This result was surprising because the existing theory was that people who heal quickly from a severe injury have a single surge of gene activity and immune response, while people who take longer to recover (and often experience complications) have multiple surges.

Li Svärd from Vecko Revyn @ You Too;)

Posted by on May 5, 2011 in Okategoriserade | No Comments

Li Svärd is Fashion Editor @ Vecko Revyn and was also @ You to have her hair cut with Steve and coloured with Therece:)

All one length and a shifting fringe was the foundation of Li´s cut and a very cool dipped colouring technique was used by Therece to create an understated yet exciting style:)

Tip: Most of the time when having your hair cut and coloured a simple rule to follow is that if you have a lot going on with the cut, keep the colour more simple.

If you have a more simple graphic style, this often lends itself to a more intricate colouring technique.

We think Li looks just great:)

oxox

Ryan Roxie @ You

Posted by on Apr 4, 2011 in Okategoriserade | 2 Comments

Ryan Roxie has played lead guitar and toured for many years with legends like Alice Cooper and Slash! Recently he was @ You for a hair cut with Steve:)

Ryan has chosen to settle in Sweden and apart from being part of Awesome Swedish rock band Casablanca he also has his own Rock Show on Aftonbladet TV:)

Ryan is getting some heavy guests like our favourite dudes THE FOO FIGHTERS and many more.

The show is called THE BIG ROCK SHOW with Ryan Roxie.

Check it out here: http://bigrockshow.se/

YOU ROCK !

Pär heads off to IDOL casting #1

Posted by on Apr 2, 2011 in Okategoriserade | No Comments

Pär Lernström is on the way to host the first casting for IDOL 2011 but first he needed a little bit of You time:)

IDOL casting #1 with Pär is at Linköping Tomorrow!

Good luck everybody!

Remember to Be…You!

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