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1.10 Ways to Transform Your Skin – Now!
Trying to figure out the best way to take care of your skin is confusing: Do you need a firming cream, antiwrinkle serum, sun protection, nighttime lotion, and daytime moisturizer? Do you need separate products for the neck, chest, and eye areas? If you rely on advertising claims or on ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 05/03 04:48PM - Story - 3,533 Hits
2.ANTHELIOS 60 sunscreens SPF 60 by La Roche-Posay
ANTHELIOS SPF60 La Roche-Posay, a worldwide expert in UV protection, again pushes the limits on Sun Protection with CELL-OX Shield™1! A pioneer in UV protection research for over 15 years, La Roche-Posay, with Anthelios, is trusted by dermatologists worldwide for its advanced formulations in UVA and UVB protection. This dermatological ...
by Paramus Post on 06/26 05:49AM - Story - 5,405 Hits
3.Skin-protection battle sizzles anew with proposed rules for sunscreens
SOLAR WARRIOR This is a test. What common activity gradually predisposes healthy people to a lethal, unsightly disease many years before a doctor can diagnose it? Stumped?
by Anonymous on 05/19 05:49AM - Story - 2,799 Hits
4.Is new therapy beginning of the end of Alzheimer's?
FIGHTING ALZHEIMER'S A dramatic gene therapy trial at University of California San Diego that involved injecting skin cells containing human nerve growth factor into the brains of patients with Alzheimer's disease may have taken a significant step forward.
by Anonymous on 03/03 01:52AM - Story - 2,089 Hits
5.Summer's fashion refresher course
FAREWELL TO FRIZZ Some like it hot - but most of us don't. When the temperature soars, it's time to take a break from tiresome beauty routines and refresh this summer with some cool relief: So pamper yourself and create your own spa vacation at home with a few of ...
by Sharon Mosley on 06/26 12:45AM - Story - 1,871 Hits
6.The skinny on skin cancer
In a world of sound bites and Internet rumors, it's not always easy to distinguish fact from fiction. But when it comes to skin cancer, being able to exclude the myths and embrace the truth may save your life. Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the ...
by Anonymous on 06/25 01:14AM - Story - 5,805 Hits
7.Asia, Europe moving to stake claims in promising stem cell research industry
STEM CELL FUTURE While President Bush remains steadfastly against human embryonic stem cell research, limiting federal funding on moral grounds, nations around the globe are pouring millions of dollars into the field. In the United Kingdom, the government has committed to spending $1.3 billion on stem cell research in the ...
by Anonymous on 01/03 12:02AM - Story - 9,578 Hits
8.Removing tattoos is painstaking, expensive process
SOUVENIR OF YOUTH Tattoo parlors are doing a land-office business these days, and the customers are not drawn from a pool of street toughs as once was generally believed. "I just always wanted one since I saw a girl with a butterfly on her ankle," said 22-year-old Lynda Roberts of ...
by Anonymous on 12/04 12:18AM - Story - 3,290 Hits
9.Food for the sole
TOOTSIE TOES The natural reaction to the mention of chocolate pedicures? What a waste of good chocolate. So I make an appointment, fully expecting a treatment I'd rather eat than wear on my feet. Chocolate pedicures, it turns out, are one of several signature services on the menu at L.A. ...
by Anonymous on 10/30 12:27AM - Story - 3,593 Hits
10.Life moves pretty fast, even when you don't
BODY CLOCKED I'll rest when I'm dead. It's an old joke, but also true. Alive, your body remains in constant motion: heart and lungs pumping, eyes blinking, muscles twitching, 100 trillion cells moving at the speed of life. FLESH AND BONES The average speed of human sperm is 8 inches ...
by Anonymous on 10/16 01:06AM - Story - 4,803 Hits
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