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Warning: This Is Why You Don't Pop Zits With A Woodworking Blade

There are two very important lessons to take away from a recent article in The Journal of Emergency Medicine. 1) Don't pop zits using a woodworking blade, and 2) Don't wait seven months to seek medical help if your lower lip starts to resemble a puddle of moldy raspberries. Only scroll down if you're super curious and aren't eating anything. More »      
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