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Booties Are Not Just For Babies Or Surfers

Added February 3, 2015, Under: Exercise, Health, Skin Conditions

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Do your feet work hard for you, literally going the extra mile? Whether it is just day to day wear and tear on your feet or using them to propel you forward in your favorite sport, your feet really do need some regular care and attention. There is a whole host of conditions that can affect your feet including: painful blisters; athletes foot; cracked heels; nail fungus; plantar warts; or ingrown toenails. You can find out more about these conditions from our ...

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Dementia & The Link With Pharmaceuticals

Added January 31, 2015, Under: Diseases, Drugs, Health

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Dementia is a gradual decline of how the brain functions where it slowly interferes with a person's ability to carry out the normal tasks of daily living. Although there are around 100 different types of dementia, Alzheimer's disease is the most common form, affecting 62% of those living with dementia. Sadly, the number of people with dementia is steadily increasing. Dementia and medications Now, a study has linked common medications to dementia. However 4 out of 5 of the types of treatments ...

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Care For Your Body Naturally With Lavender Oil Body Scrub

Added January 29, 2015, Under: Environment, How To, Skin Conditions

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The winter months can be especially harsh on our skin with dry cold winds and heating in the home so what better time than now for some self pampering. One way is with this homemade lavender body scrub courtesy of Healthy Living. Here is the recipe for lavender oil body scrub You will need 1 cup of organic sugar 1/2 cup of Epsom salt 2/3 cup of coconut oil 1 tablespoon of raw honey 40 drops H-Lavender Oil What you need to do in 3 easy steps 1. Put ...

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Helping You To Fall Asleep Quickly

Added January 27, 2015, Under: Health, How To

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Do you toss and turn when it is time to get into bed, finding it impossible to drop off or do you wake up in the early hours of the morning to find you just cannot get back to sleep again? Of course the main culprit is often stress. One of the most outwardly visible signs of stress is shallow breathing, which can cause a build-up of toxins in your body, leading to tiredness and even reduced brain function. Well, according ...

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Our 5 Suggestions for the Removal of Age Spots, Naturally!

Added January 17, 2015, Under: Skin Conditions

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After the age of 40, the sad and the bad news is that the skin is unable to regenerate as rapidly as it did. And age spots can start to appear. They can be light brown, reddish brown or black and are normally flat. While age spots are not usually anything serious, they can be very annoying because they point to the fact that we are aging. At the same time, any irregular dark spots that increase in size, or ...

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Is Self Harming, Self Injuring or Self Mutilation A Disturbing Modern Trend?

Added January 13, 2015, Under: Children's Health, Parents

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It can be hard for people to understand why someone would want to deliberately hurt or injure themselves. But we need to be aware of this growing problem and how the habit can even be addictive. The sad truth is that if some people are not helped to stop self-harming, there is a risk that it could go too far and cause serious damage or even accidental death. I have read that 1 in 10 young people in the UK are ...

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When Molluscum Contagiosum Occurs in Young Children

Added January 8, 2015, Under: Children's Health, Skin Conditions

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Molluscum is a common skin condition in children particularly under the age of 14.  It can also occurs in adults.  The UK Institute of Primary Care & Public Health at Cardiff University has recently carried out a study where they investigated the natural history of the condition along with whether it was passed between between family members and the impact on the children's quality of life. This viral infection causes itchy little lumps or bumps, which look like warts, to ...

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How To Keep Your Skin Wrinkle-Free From The Inside Out

Added January 7, 2015, Under: Environment, Exercise, Nutrition, Skin Conditions

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Most of us want to have smooth, blemish free skin to keep us looking younger but it is not just about adding lotions and potions to our faces. We need to keep our skin wrinkle-free from the inside too. Our skin comprises two layers and wrinkles can start in either layer. It is usually the outer epidermis where fine lines appear while frown and smile lines start their journey in the dermis. So we have to feed both layers Top of the ...

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How Clean Is Your Mattress & What Can You Do About It?

Added January 3, 2015, Under: Environment, Health, How To, Skin Conditions, Top 10

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We are likely to spend at least a third of our lives in bed asleep. This makes it rather important that both your bed and your mattress are comfortable, environmentally friendly and above all clean! Sadly, mattresses can end up as tips for dead skin cells, sweat, stains, dust mites and more and so they do need a deep good clean from time to time to avoid the "yucky" tag. Here are our top ten tips for a really clean mattress Summertime ...

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Acne & What Can You Do About Blackheads?

Added January 2, 2015, Under: Skin Conditions

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Blackheads are so insidious - creeping up onto our skin so that, almost without our noticing, they are suddenly there for all to see. But what can we do about them? The sebum in your pores contains melanin, and when it hits the surface of your pores, it oxidates. The oxidation of this sebum causes the unpleasant dark color of blackheads. It is the overproduction of oil that increases your chances of getting blackheads. We all need pores in our skin for ...

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