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April, 2017

  • 25 April

    4 Pretty Ways to Wear Pink Makeup

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    Fine Art Feeling bold? Even a little sassy? Grab one of these Make Up For Ever Artist Acrylip lipcolors ($24 each; MakeupForever.com), dab a few drops of the rich pigment on your bottom lip, and blend top and bottom with the cushion applicator. For a subtler look, try just one ...

  • 22 April

    What Happens to Your Body When You Fight With Your Partner

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    Fighting goes hand in hand with loving, but even if you kiss and make up afterward, it can still be rough on your body. Shouters, screamers, and red-faced foot stompers can raise their risk of high blood pressure, chest pain, and, potentially, heart disease, according to researchers who analyzed couples’ ...

  • 19 April

    3 Ways Your Body Is Wearing Out (and How to Stop Them)

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    Creaky knees don’t have to be your destiny, says Jordan Metzl, MD, a sports medicine physician at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City and author of The Exercise Cure. Minimize wear and tear on joints and tendons by strengthening the surrounding muscles: “Your body is like one ...

  • 13 April

    5 Common Skin Care Myths Debunked

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    Old wives tales and mis-information about skin care have been passed along by word of mouth and the internet. Check out these five skin care myths and discover the truth behind some of skin care’s most misrepresented facts!  A woman’s menstrual cycle can cause acne to appear TRUE: Have you ...

  • 3 April

    Aarskog Syndrome

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    Important It is possible that the main title of the report Aarskog Syndrome is not the name you expected. Please check the synonyms listing to find the alternate name(s) and disorder subdivision(s) covered by this report. Synonyms AAS FGDY Aarskog disease Scott Aarskog syndrome Aarskog-Scott syndrome faciodigitogenital syndrome faciogenital dysplasia ...

  • 3 April

    Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency

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      What Is Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency? Alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency (alpha-1) is a genetic disease, meaning it’s passed down from your parents. It can cause serious lung disease that makes it hard to breathe. It can also cause liver disease that leads to jaundice, which makes your skin look yellowish. There’s ...

September, 2016

  • 29 September

    Suddenly Hungry All the Time? This Might Be Why

    Suddenly Hungry All the Time? This Might Be Why

    There are both physical and psychological reasons your appetite could change even when it seems your eating and exercise routine have not. First, check the calendar: Hunger can come and go with your menstrual cycle. The week before your period, your levels of progesterone peak, and along with that often comes a tendency to overeat; ...

August, 2016

  • 4 August

    Could gene editing eliminate the herpes virus?

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    Annoying cold sores and fever blisters are often what come to mind when people think of the herpes virus. But far worse are blindness, birth defects and cancer which have also been linked to a very common form of a virus that up to 90 percent of Americans have been ...

  • 4 August

    Stroke, heart attack risk factors more severe in women before menopause, study suggests

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    Women may be at greater risk for stroke, heart disease and diabetes during perimenopause, the years leading up to menopause, suggests a study published Wednesday in the Journal of the American Heart Association. The results differed from previous studies that suggested the risks, known as metabolic syndrome, were more likely ...

July, 2016

  • 5 July

    23 High-Protein Breakfasts to Keep You Full All Morning

    23 High-Protein Breakfasts to Keep You Full All Morning

    Most of us have no problem getting in our daily dose of protein—in fact, we might be consuming even more of it than we need. But it turns out it’s not just about how much protein we eat. Studies show that the way we distribute our intake through the day ...