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Hair Removal by Waxing - Hot and Cold Waxes

Waxing is an effective method of removing large amounts of hair at one time. With hot waxing, a thin layer of heated wax is applied to the skin in the direction of the hair growth. The hair becomes embedded in the wax as it cools and hardens. The wax is then pulled off quickly in the opposite direction of the hair growth, taking the uprooted hair with it. Cold waxes work similarly. Strips precoated with wax are pressed on the skin in the direction of the hair growth and pulled off in the ...
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Is DIY dangerous for your health?

Planning on redecorating the bathroom this weekend? or finally getting round to fitting those new kitchen units? If so, you may be using Medium Density Fibre Board – commonly known as ‘MDF’. MDF is cheap and versatile, which has made it a material that has been embraced by a huge number of people in the DIY epidemic of the last few years. This hunger was fuelled by programmes such BBC’s Changing Rooms which incorporated MDF into most of its designs. Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen and Handy ...
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Using Costume Contacts

Looking for a change from your regular contacts? Want an option that will really have people talking? Costume contacts aren't just available to movie costume designers anymore. Now even you can have eyes that look alien, or cat-like, or whatever you desire. Thought many people think of purchasing costume contacts only to match their Halloween costumes, you can actually wear costume contact lenses to just about anywhere you can wear regular contacts! There are many costume contact lenses out ...
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4 Days to Better Health- Let me Show you How

It's possible to learn HOW to better your health in only 4 days and this article will show you how. Each day is a bite-sized nugget of healthy living information you can actually use. Let's get started... Day 1: Nutritional Supplements In my opinion, they are very necessary and very beneficial- especially when combined with healthy eating habits. It's very difficult to get all the nutrients your body needs through food alone, but combining proper nutrition with nutritional supplements is ...
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Is Finding Effective Acne Products More Confusing Than Your

In my opinion, acne has to be one of the most annoying conditions on this planet. However, what is even more annoying is rushing out to your local pharmacy, or skin care store after you just had a blemish breakout, to get extremely overwhelmed by the amount of acne products that are stacked on the store shelves! Do you happen to notice that most, if not all, of these blemish battling products claim that with a couple of applications, they may virtually eliminate the most stubborn acne-prone ...
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Feasibility Studies

Hospitals faced with increasing financial pressures and market competition such as declining reimbursements, fragmented financing systems, lower operating margins, and consumers driving healthcare decisions are responding with innovative business approaches. One of the most common initiatives is to expand services, either enhancing existing care areas or venturing into a new service line. State of the art facilities for imaging, ambulatory surgery, outpatient diagnostics, cancer treatment, or ...
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Arthritis & Joint Health

Arthritis & Joint Health : Many millions of people are affected by pain and suffering from Arthritis and research has shown that Glucosamine and Chondroitin sulphates combined have given these people new hope and relief from their painful ailments. Arthritis it causes pain, stiffness and sometimes swelling in or around joints. This can make it hard to complete simple movements you rely on every day for work or taking care of your family. But you can take steps now to avoid arthritis or to ...
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Obesity - The Number 1 Health Issue in the US

Obesity is quickly becoming the number one health issue confronting America today, and it's not just America, other countries are affected also. Obesity leads to a multitude of health problems including, but certianly not limited too: Heart disease Diabetes High Blood Pressure These 3 alone are rapidly becoming the leading causes of premature death in both men and women, in our society. While it is easy to blame our sedentary lifestyles, our eating habits and the fast food industry. It really ...
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Omega 3 Oils for Good Health

/p> Fresh omega 3 oil is one of the most beneficial foods for your health. Fresh oil is a source of essential fatty acids, which help keep the skin healthy and the hair shiny. The human brain is almost entirely composed of unsaturated fatty acids. Fats add taste to meals and give one a feeling of fullness when eaten. Years ago fresh oil was delivered by truck, in the same way as milk. Now the oil found in most supermarkets has been processed into a form which is not readily used by the body, ...
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Picking your nose - Good for your health?

Picking your nose - Good for your health? Why is it that when people are driving they think that other drivers can't see them through the clear glass windows of their car? On numerous occasions I have been happily driving along in my home town of Burton on Trent, Staffordshire, UK when I've seen another driver picking his (or her) nose, oblivious to the fact that every other driver is watching them do it? To an extent I can understand someone thinking they can't be seen when they're driving ...
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Why Modern Medicine is the Greatest Threat to Health

There is the underlying assumption that modernity translates into better health. A corollary of this logic is that we can live our lives pretty much as we want because we can always buy a repair. You know, the car won't start, the TV is broken, the telephone is dead - no problem. Just call in an expert, spend some money and all is well. People carry this over to their thinking about health. Our ticker falters, joints creak or an unwanted growth pops up - no problem. Buy some modern medical ...
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Post-Nasal Drip May Produce Multiple Health Complications

strong>Post-Nasal Drip Post-nasal drip is the sensation of liquid or mucous buildup in the back of the throat. Post-nasal drip is caused by drainage from the nasal cavities into the back of the throat. Though post-nasal drip is a normal everyday occurrence, failure to rinse or flush nasal cavities on a regular basis may allow the buildup to remain and fester, causing a long list of other health complications. In reviewing the possible complications of unchecked post-nasal drip, this article ...
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The Truth On Taking An Aspirin A Day To Prevent Heart Attacks

We've all heard the theory about taking an aspirin a day to keep heart attacks away. Can a little pill that you find on the shelf of every pharmacy or grocery store, taken once a day, really protect you from heart attacks or stroke? One particular report, published in a British Medical Journal, would like you to believe that. Their report stated that aspirin therapy should be used in cases where patients are at a high risk of cardiovascular disease, heart attack or stroke. Ideally we do not ...
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Over-the-Counter Topical Medications For Acne

In the early stage of the ongoing war with acne, most people go to a pharmacy to buy an over-the-counter medication. There are so many treatments available for acne, that it can be a complicated decision. Advice from friends is not a reliable method for making a choice, because what worked for 1 person may not work for another. And advertising advice? Who trusts that? You can make a more informed choice about which product to try just by knowing about the active ingredients in the various ...
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Using Rhubarb for Constipation

Vegetables like fruits and their juices have healing properties because of the fiber, antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals they have. For constipation, vegetables are an excellent source of minerals and fiber. In addition there are specific vegetables and their juices that stimulate the colon become more active. The benefits of Vegetables Juices are absorbed quickly into your bloodstream. As a result, your cells are provided quickly with nutrients that feed them and that wash away waste. Juices ...
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What is a balanced diet for losing weight and good health?

If you want to lose weight then knowing how many calories you eat and burn will be important. Here are some guidelines you can use. The total calories that you should be consuming depend on whether you are a women or a man. It depends on your body structure and your activity level. So you need to make some adjustment on the numbers I present. If you have been eating around 1800 calories per day you can slowly move your intake down to 1600. Work down from this level over a month's period to 1400 ...
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How the Food Industry Influences Nutrition and Health

Marion Nestle Paulette Goddard Professor of Nutrition and Food Studies, and Public Health, New York University Author, Food Politics: How the Food Industry Influences Nutrition and Health (2002) Safe Food: Bacteria, Biotechnology and Bioterrorism (2003), both from the University of California Press When was the last time you consumed soda? Most likely, it wasn’t that long ago. You may even drink several cans or bottles each day. In the U.S, carbonated soft drinks are a huge business. Every ...
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Peripheral Vascular Care

Peripheral Vascular Care: What is the Emerging Opportunity? Peripheral vascular disease (PVD) care has become a hot topic in hospital and medical circles over the past few years. The attention the topic has been receiving is analogous to the famous line in the movie, The Graduate when the star was given advice to go to work in •plastics” to ensure career success. As with •plastics,” PVD care has not taken off as expected. A number of factors have influenced the ...
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Peripheral Vascular Care

Cardiovascular care is big business for hospitals. While a lot of attention and resources are directed to care and treatment of the coronary arteries, peripheral vascular (PV) care has gained momentum. Even though the dollars spent on PV care are significantly less than for cardiac, the patients are the same and PV care is an essential component of full service cardiovascular care. Hospitals are researching the needs of their communities and determining whether they should have a PV care focus ...
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Choose Your Battles-HRT Alternatives

Choose your battles. That is my health tip. People get surprised that I still visit doctors. They think due to many years, of my being in the natural health field and downing lots of herbs and supplements, that I should be the equivalent to the "Bionic Woman" by now and never need health care or advice from a doctor. Wrong, I do seek health advice. We have the best diagnostic tools and abilities in this country. I take advantage of them, but I also weigh my options. Here is an example. I had a ...
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