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Top 10 Reasons To Grow Your Own Organic Food

August 6, 2009

1. GET THE NUTRITION YOU NEED & ENJOY TASTIER FOOD! Many studies have shown that organically grown food has more minerals and nutrients that we need than food grown with synthetic pesticides. There’s a good reason why many chefs use organic foods in their recipes—they taste better. Organic farming starts with the nourishment of the…

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Can This Woman be Almost 50?

July 30, 2009

Can This Woman be Almost 50?   It’s true! Jackie Silver is Aging Backwards and she shares her secrets, tips and shortcuts in her book, Aging Backwards: Secrets to Staying Young! She’s almost 50 and still gets asked for I.D. to buy wine. You’ll start Aging BackwardsSM when you discover what Jackie shares in her…

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The right shade of paint can work like a face-lift

July 30, 2009

By Lauren Beckham Falcone |   Thursday, July 30, 2009  |  http://www.bostonherald.com Want to look years younger? Cancel that plastic surgeon and pick up a paint brush. Turns out the fountain of youth comes in a can of Benjamin Moore. According to interior decorators, a splash of semigloss is the recession’s answer to a nip/tuck. With the right…

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Facial Exercise Isolates and Anchors Sagging Facial Muscles

July 28, 2009

Ever wish you had a magic wand that would instantly, reliably transform your sagging, droopy face to the look it had years ago? Do you pass by mirrors and store windows without even a glance because you know that a dowdy, frumpy old woman will be looking back at you? Well, fret no more. People…

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Little Boots blasts plastic surgery

July 28, 2009

By David Balls, Music Reporter WENN Little Boots has claimed that she would never consider having plastic surgery to defy the ageing process. The ‘Remedy’ singer, real name Victoria Hesketh, blasted the procedure as “dangerous” after a friend passed away following an operation. “I’d never go under the knife. Somebody close to me died as…

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Big Pharma is at it again

July 27, 2009

Big Pharma is at it again and this time 12,000 children, all volunteers, ages 3 to 8, are expected to be injected with a new swine flu vaccine when US clinical trials begin in August.  According to a news report, the children will be given either a vaccine or a placebo and will be monitored…

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E-Cigarettes Pose a Health Hazard, FDA Warns

July 24, 2009

Agency says testing shows devices contain carcinogens, other toxins By Steven ReinbergHealthDay Reporter WEDNESDAY, July 22 (HealthDay News) — Testing of electronic cigarettes, known as e-cigarettes, has shown that they contain cancer-causing chemicals and other toxins, including a compound used in antifreeze, U.S. health officials said Wednesday. E-cigarettes are battery-operated devices that contain cartridges filled…

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Celebrity Plastic Surgery Hall of Fame

July 24, 2009

Article written by: SoJones Asmara Posted on: July 23, 2009 The pressure in Hollywood and in the media must be tremendous for these actresses and socialites to go to such extremes in changing their face and their body. Expensive, painful and risky, these women have cumulatively spent millions to alter their appearances… and not necessarily for the better. The question is,…

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The Perfect Day of Eating

July 22, 2009

Control weight and boost energy with hour-by-hour tips. By Lauren Gelman, Prevention Raise your hand if you wish a nutritionist would tell you exactly what to eat and when to look and feel great all day long. Yeah, we thought so—that’s why we tapped three experts who counsel real women on the simple secrets of…

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Swearing Makes Pain More Tolerable

July 17, 2009

Swearing Makes Pain More Tolerable By LiveScience Staff That muttered curse word that reflexively comes out when you stub your toe could actually make it easier to bear the throbbing pain, a new study suggests. Swearing is a common response to pain, but no previous research has connected the uttering of an expletive to the…

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Supermodel Eva Herzigova thinks plastic surgery is “scary looking”

July 13, 2009

Mon, 13 Jul 2009 12:30p.m. 36-year-old supermodel Eva Herzigova claims no-one who has underdone a cosmetic operation looks good enough to make her want to risk altering her appearance. Referring to fellow supermodel Claudia Schiffer, Eva said: “Everyone around me is doing things and – probably because I see their faces before and after –…

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Rachel Weisz: Botox ‘Should Be Banned For Actors’

July 10, 2009

In a recent interview with Harper’s Bazaar UK, Mummystar Rachel Weisz tossed off one of those wonderfully under-thought, actressy comments that the blogosphere just loves to gobble up: “[Botox] should be banned for actors, as steroids are for sportsmen.” Of course, her statement flies in the (eerily smooth) face of support from Botox fans like…

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Boost Your Memory with These Foods

July 9, 2009

Suffering from memory melt? It may be because you’re ­cutting carbs, a study in Appetite reports. Volunteers followed either a very low-carb or a low-cal diet. Those who quit breaking bread performed worse on memory tests than their ­calorie-counting peers, but their scores returned to pre-diet levels when they started eating small amounts of starches…

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Celine and Elvis – A Must See

June 25, 2009

For those of you that didn’t see the show, Celine Dion appeared to walk out and stand next to Elvis as the two sang a duet of the classic “If I can Dream.” It was like he was raised from the dead. Everyone has been asking how it was done. ET said tonight it was…

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Where do you get Vitamin D?

June 20, 2009

Since milk and other dairy products are not necessarily the best sources of calcium, Daily Health News contributing editor Andrew L. Rubman, ND, suggests other good dietary sources of calcium, such as broccoli, spinach, collard greens and turnip greens. As far as vitamin D is concerned, it’s actually one of the easiest vitamins to get…

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Going Green: Fitness Expert Ashley Borden Integrates Eco-Friendly Products Into Workouts!

June 19, 2009

Gym-rats love the Earth too. LA-based fitness expert Ashley Borden is currently working on reducing her own carbon footprint. Ashley Borden In doing so, she shares with clients all her recent discoveries for ways to make workouts more ‘sustainable’ – and by that, she doesn’t mean endurance. A NIKE Elite Athlete and recent spokesperson for…

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