High-end Natural Skin Care Products I Adore

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Whether you are interested in detoxifying your skin from harmful chemicals or are just trying to become more green, there are many fabulous natural skin care options. There is confusion, though, about how natural skin care products are different. How are natural skin care products different from traditional skin care products? Natural skin care products are typically made using plant-based ingredients. Most traditional formulas are derived from synthetic ingredients created in a lab. The way the products are scented also differs.
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Sonya Dakar + Paleta launch inside-out skin care

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Beauty Detox” program. (Sonya Dakar Skincare / Sonya Dakar Skincare) Also By Ingrid Schmidt September 23, 2013, 4:54 p.m. Celebrity facialist Sonya Dakar of Sonya Dakar Skin Clinic has teamed up with chef Kelly Boyer of Paleta , the Inglewood farm-to-table meal delivery company, to launch the Sonya Dakar + Paleta Get Glowing Beauty Detox program ($229). Introduced earlier this month, the package includes home delivery of a two-day nutritional detox system by Paleta and a two-week detox skincare system by Dakar. Sonya and I have been mutual clients for years. She keeps my skin looking young and beautiful; I keep her nourished, says Boyer. So we decided, why not put the two together to truly address nourishing our skin from within the body, as well as externally with her line of organic, detoxifying products? Ive believed all my life that internal and external go together, that what you put in your body will be reflected in your skin, adds Dakar, who created her Beauty Boot Camp Supplement Collection of multivitamins for men and women, protein shake powders, and acidophilus flora probiotic capsules in 2009.
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Must have skin care products while travelling

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PHOTO: FILE NEW DELHI:Celebrate World Tourism Day by taking a day off and travelling to a relaxing destination. But while packing your bag, make sure to take along skin care products like moisturiser and face wash. Here are a few must-carry skin care products suggested by Aakriti Kochar, beauty and makeup expert, Oriflame India: – Light-weight moisturiser or sunblock: These will help to avoid skin damage and pigmentation. – Face wash: When excess oil settles on your skin for long, it causes acne. It is advised to wash face every six to eight hours to avoid such skin problems. – Sanitizer: Our hands come in contact with many surfaces that attract bacteria and infections. An anti-bacterial sanitizer will keep hands clean and bacteria-free.
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Sleep Apnea

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Snoring: A New Tip-Off To Stroke and Heart Disease

According to research by Robert Deeb, MD and Karen Yaremchuk, MD, snoring can reveal damage to the carotid arteries the arteries that supply oxygen-rich blood to the brain. The study which has been submitted to the journal The Laryngoscope, will be presentedin Scottsdale, Arizona on Friday at the 2013 Combined Sections Meeting of the Triological Society . The researchers looked at the carotid arteries in snorers and found increased thickening of the artery walls, indicating damage already setting in. The researchers suggested that the damage could be due to the trauma and inflammation caused by the vibrations of snoring. However, previous research on the connection between sleep apnea and artery disease has found a reverse connection the arterial damage comes first, lowering the amount of oxygen in the blood, leading to breathing interruptions. It could be that thickening of the arteries is contributing to the snoring as well, not just the other way around. One more thing to pay attention to: The patients in the Henry Ford study were all between the ages of 18 and 50.
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How Snoring Can Wreak Havoc On A Marriage

As one of my patients recently told me, “I was very surprised when my lovely wife first clued me in that I was snoring at night. It was disturbing her sleep, but I didn’t realize that snoring was the cause of my own fatigue.” The reason for resentment is understandable. Snoring can cause daytime symptoms that can cause serious problems in one’s waking life, and unfortunately it is not just the snorer that suffers — the snorer’s spouse can suffer just as much. According to the National Sleep Foundation, 39 percent of American adults get less than seven hours of sleep each weeknight , and more than one in three (37 percent) are so sleepy during the day that it interferes with daily activities.
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On Gun Violence, Americans Blame Mental Health System Over Gun Laws

The poll shows 48 percent of people say the failure of the mental health system to identify dangerous individuals is a “great deal to blame” for gun violence, while 40 percent blame “easy access to guns”. That number blaming access to guns is actually down six points from a Gallup poll in January 2011, shortly after the shootings in Tucson, Ariz., at an event being held by then-Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.). While mental health and access to guns are seen as the biggest problems, others cited include drug use, violent video games and movies and poor security at public buildings. Aaron Blake covers national politics at the Washington Post, where he writes regularly for the papers Post Politics and The Fix blogs. A Minnesota native and graduate of the University of Minnesota, Aaron has also written for the Minneapolis Star-Tribune and The Hill newspaper.
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Reframing the gun control debate: Is mental health the next focus?

“The gun issue has been so difficult. I think we ought to try to move forward with whatever pieces we can.” Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Connecticut, said he still favors legislation for enhanced background checks but believes the mental health initiative should be the “centerpiece” in any new effort to stop gun violence. Dampening the hope of gun control advocates, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid told reporters in the aftermath of this week’s Navy Yard slaughter that the votes aren’t there to bring back the failed gun control legislation. Pressed on whether he’d consider a narrower version that strictly focuses on mental health, Reid simply said he “would hope it would have the votes.” “And I would be willing to do that,” he continued. “Anything we can do to focus attention on these senseless killings that take place.” Mental health as common ground The most avid control advocates are still poised to push ahead with their agenda.
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Why Mental Health Background Checks Are Not the Solution to Gun Violence

How can we possibly even guess how many, given our nation’s refusal to create an active national database of the mentally ill?” National Rifle Association president Wayne LaPierre asked in December , following the Newtown shooting, which also would not have been prevented by background checks and adding more people to the mental illness databases. Gunman Adam Lanza, who killed 26 people at the Sandy Hook Elementary School, used his mother’s weapons instead of seeking to purchase new ones himself and there’s no evidence he was ever diagnosed with a mental illness . Asperger’s Syndrome, which Lanza was reportedly diagnosed with, is not a mental illness , and the Sensory Integration Disorder Lanza is also believed to have had is not in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual because of controversy about whether it is an independent condition or a symptom of autism (which is also not a mental illness). That’s not to say that the FBI’s background check databases cannot be improvedbecause they do need to be improved. Right now the FBI’s system barely collects information on the most severely mentally ill, and the information collected varies by state.
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Tylenol to get health warnings on cap in U.S.

Everyday Vitamin Announces Top Secret Nutrition Products for Sports Nutrition, Weight Management, and Health

“Almost everyone has this in their medicine cabinet,” Juurlink said in an interview. “It’s a drug that if taken to excess can cause severe and sometimes fatal liver injury and I’m not sure how widely known that is.” In 2012, Dr. Rod Lim and his team at London Health Sciences Centre reported a case of the 22-day-old boy that they successfully treated in the emergency department at a community hospital after an accidental overdose of acetaminophen. Identifying all products that contain acetaminophen is useful so parents don’t mistakenly give more than one product containing the drug to their child at the same time, Lim said. “People remember what they take for a single dose.
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Oral Nutritional Supplements in the Hospital Demonstrate Significant Health and Cost Benefits in New Research

The study analyzed more than 1 million adult inpatient cases in the U.S., and found that patients provided oral nutritional supplements during hospitalization benefited from: 21 percent, or 2.3 day, reduction in length of stay 21.6 percent, or $4,734, reduction in patient hospitalization cost[*] Additionally, there was a 6.7 percent reduction in the probability of a 30-day readmission in patients who had at least one known subsequent readmission and were provided oral nutritional supplements during the previous hospitalization. The study, which also was recently published in the American Journal of Managed Care , provides insights into the economic benefits of prescribing oral nutritional supplements to adult patients in the hospital setting. “Patients identified as having nutritional deficiencies often face a longer and more difficult recovery process, resulting in higher health care costs and an increase in complication rates,” said Marinos Elia, MD, BSc Hon, FRCP, Professor of Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism at University of Southampton. “Research demonstrates that oral nutritional supplementation can lead to highly positive economic benefits and improved patient outcomes.” In the study, investigators were able to determine differences in length of stay and costs by comparing hospital stays where oral nutritional supplements were prescribed to patients with similar conditions where oral nutritional supplements weren’t prescribed. “Because oral nutritional supplements are formulated to provide advanced nutrition and calories for patients and are relatively inexpensive to provide, the sizeable savings they generate make supplementation a cost-effective therapy,” said study co-author, Tomas Philipson Ph.D., Daniel Levin Chair of Public Policy at the University of Chicago.
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