When a man gets a haircut, a new virus threatens to take over
When a male has a haircut in public, he’ll often be greeted by a wave of excited facial expressions and shouts of “Oh my god, it’s a shaver!” but when a female is shaving, you might be wondering “Why did this happen?”
The reason, as it turns out, is that there’s an extremely new virus circulating that has been dubbed the “shaver-tailed” virus.
And when the virus hits, it could make shaving a real nightmare for millions of people around the world.
And it could also, in theory, put a damper on the hair trend, because the virus could wipe out millions of men’s hair in the process.
“There’s a growing concern that if this virus spreads, that we could see more than 50 percent of the male population [that] will not be able to keep their heads shaved for the foreseeable future,” Dr. David Katz, a virologist at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, told ABC News.
“The potential for a worldwide population reduction is there.”
Shaving and men’s heads have become a popular part of men and boys’ identity, and there’s a reason for that.
But this time around, the virus is spreading much more quickly than it ever has before.
In fact, the risk of the virus reaching the United States is now at a point where it could affect as many as 3 million people, according to a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
“I think it’s going to be a very real threat,” Dr., David Katz told ABCNews.
“And I think it is going to affect the world, because it’s not just a local issue in this country, but it is affecting the world as a whole.”
It’s a very serious problem, but one that the CDC has already addressed, warning that a new strain of the shaver-tipped virus has already been identified in the U.S. and is “already in circulation” in Canada and the U, and is likely to spread to the U of A as well.
And the good news is that it’s already been linked to a slew of other new infections in the US, with many people saying that they’ve had a shave at home in the last month.
But in addition to the potential global outbreak, there’s also a new global health threat that is spreading even faster than ever before.
That threat is called “callus shaving.”
The term refers to the growth of the hair follicle on the scalp, and the growth is thought to cause a host of serious health problems for men.
Callus shaving can lead to dry skin, increased risk of depression, and even infertility in men.
It can also lead to serious problems in babies, like an increased risk for autism, which is why the CDC is now urging men to avoid shaving until after their first trimester of pregnancy.
So what’s happening now?
The new shaver virus is different from other shaver viruses that have been circulating in the past.
While it doesn’t have a name, it doesn.
It’s also different from the more common shaver herpes virus, which caused a worldwide outbreak in 2008.
Called “Callus virus,” the new shaper virus has been named after a woman named Callus, who was diagnosed with the disease in her twenties.
In addition to being a woman, Callus also developed a mutation in the virus, so the new variant has also been named “calluses” or “shaves” instead of “shavers.”
This is because the new “shaper” virus was discovered more than a decade ago, and it hasn’t been widely studied.
In a way, this is the first time we’ve ever been able to say definitively that it was a man who was infected, and that’s a major step forward, according the CDC.
But the problem with the current outbreak is that the symptoms of the new virus haven’t been reported in the United Kingdom or elsewhere.
And that means that the United Nations has been unable to help because the country isn’t yet equipped to get involved.
The first cases of the disease were reported in Europe in late November, but the WHO has said that it has seen no cases in the Middle East or North Africa.
“We know that the UK is a very, very poor country,” Dr Katz told the BBC.
“It’s very hard to get medical treatment there.”
In fact at least 20 other countries have yet to report cases of callus shaving.
But even as it’s been reported that the new infection has been found in the UK, it hasn