I think I inhaled a bit of a melting plastic bag while cooking. 30 minutes later, I got a nosebleed. Should I be worried? [more inside]
I'm thinking of getting an endoscopic brow lift and I'd like to hear from anyone who's had one. Specifically - what was your experience like? Were you happy with the results? Would you do it again? Was the cost vs results ratio worth it?.
So I was dumping some defrosted chicken from one of those clear plastic bags into a pan, and accidentally melted a bit from the end of the bag. I'm assuming I'll be fine, but I was wondering, what exactly happens when you eat melted plastic? If nothing happens if you eat a little, what about a LOT? Hormonal problems, cellular mutation, clots in your digestive tract, or what? Or is the answer still nothing?
Can you help my household kick the plastic habit? [more inside]
Where can I buy book(s) that list best hospitals/clinics for cosmetic surgeries in Bangkok, Thailand? [more inside]
YuckHabitFilter/NeedMoreToWorryAboutFilter: Say you tend to chew on plastic pens while working, despite efforts to stop. Aside from the obvious Googleable dental detriments (tooth wear) and, um, choking risk I guess, are there any other dangers, esp. ones not grounded in Freudian analysis? Are you ingesting scary levels of leeching plasticizers and resins? If so, can you litigate? Kidding...