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February 2007


Many women know the harsh reality of migraine headaches. You’re moving along with your day andFhomigraine doing just fine. You’re keeping on schedule and handling the daily dose of stress.

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Sleeping Under the Helicopter do men suffer from menopause?

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During pregnancy, your hair may experience changes that cause you to want to increase hair care in your beauty routine without increasing the amount of chemicals you are exposing yourself and your baby to.

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Actress Carrie Fisher, aka Princess Leia Organa from the original Star Wars trilogy explained why she fears having plastic surgery. The now 50-year old actress is reported as stating according to contactmusic.com, “I’m afraid to do it, because people come out looking like other people.”

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No matter how calm and relaxed you are as a person, it’s very easy to succumb to stress throughout your day. Things like being stuck in traffic on the way to work, discovering that the coffee machine is broken, learning that your boss is gone and has left a pile of things to be done pronto, and not meeting a deadline can set you into a whirlwind of stressful thoughts.

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Tuina (pronounced “twee-naa”) has been used widely in traditional medicine clinics and hospitals in China as well as in Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand and Taiwan for thousands of years.

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A plastic surgeon has performed the first permanent silicone lip implant operation in Britain.

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The Anna Nicole saga continues!!! Now it seems that her death may not have been the result of excess drug and/or alcohol abuse, but a deadly infection caused from complications with plastic surgery! (more…)

One of the questions most often asked by those with a psoriasis skin disorder is what triggers it? What causes it to flare-up? Well, the answer is that there is not one single cause, but several.

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A team led by Angela Cox of Sheffield University Medical School in the UK recently published in Nature Genetics the discovery of a gene that appears to decrease the chance of getting breast cancer in women of European descent by around 13%. The utilized data collected from 14 studies involving around 33,000 women.

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