Skinny thighs could spell your doom

September 4, 2009

By JoNel Aleccia At last, good news for anyone who ever despaired of fitting into skinny jeans: Thin thighs might actually kill you. Or at least put a strain on your heart. That’s the word from Danish researchers who studied more than 2,800 middle-aged people for up to a dozen years, only to find that…

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7 Historic (and Seriously Unhealthy) Beauty Practices

August 31, 2009

While our modern beauty regimens certainly don’t lack weird ingredients, by tradition our good looks have often been achieved at the cost of good taste and health. What deadly and disgusting things have people used to stay young and pretty? Here are a few of the truly disturbing used throughout history. 1. Bathing in Crocodile…

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The Funny but Not So Laughable After Effects of Plastic Surgery

August 28, 2009

I found an article written by Simon Crompton, UK, where he coined several new word descriptions that describe certain plastic surgery procedures gone awry.  I wanted to share the new vocabulary with you.   Just when you thought it was safe to indulge your whimsical fantasies of a younger looking face using the latest and greatest plastic…

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Why celebrities get bad plastic surgery

August 21, 2009

WHY? WHY? WHY? Former supermodel Janice Dickinson (right) gets breast implants that are too large for her body, too high on her chest and too close together. Actress Lara Flynn Boyle (below) has her lips pumped up so they look like something crawled onto her face. Country singer Kenny Rogers (bottom photo) gets his face…

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Are You Drinking Enough Water

August 20, 2009

Most people don’t think they need to worry about dehydration. To them, dehydration is something that happens to travelers in the desert when they run out of water. But there is a chronic form of dehydration that does not have the sudden and intense nature of the acute form. Chronic dehydration is widespread in the…

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Good-Bye Facial Wrinkles!

August 18, 2009

I was in Florida for seminars and met Paul Allen, publisher of NuYou Magazine, and his lovely wife, Tracy.  They attended an Innisbrook workshop where I got to work “magic” on Tracy’s face.  She was delighted with her results and just could hardly believe her eyes when her jowls lifted.   Here is what Paul wrote in the August 2009 edition…

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Young Women Who Use Cosmetic Procedures Fare Better With Facial Exercise

August 12, 2009

Here is a recent article that I think you will find interesting – I wrote it to help men and women understand that you can begin right now to save your face without using anything harmful.  Exercise is natural and it works!   Many young women, those under the age of 30, flock to the cosmetic counters in…

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Debt-Tackling Strategies

August 10, 2009

From Oprah Magazine By Jean Chatzky with Arielle McGowen Pretty much everyone is trying to stretch their limited bucks. Most of us are also juggling debts, whether it’s a mortgage, student loans, credit cards—or all three. Debt certainly isn’t always a bad thing. A mortgage can help you afford a home. Student loans can be…

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Rachel Weisz Calls for Plastic Surgery Ban

August 8, 2009

While Make Me Heal has heard of people who are against plastic surgery, even non-invasive procedures like Botox, we were surprised to hear that an outcry was coming from the Hollywood community. Yet it seems that Rachel Weisz is calling for a ban on Botox for her fellow actors. 39-year old British beauty first came…

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Jessica Simpson is no fan of plastic beauty

August 7, 2009

Singer-actress Jessica Simpson does not believe in the concept of “perfect” beauty and has no faith in cosmetic surgery insisting women should learn to love their bodies. The 29-year-old blonde beauty, who was at the receiving end of media due to her weight gain, says plastic surgery will not make women happy. Simpson is currently…

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In search of youth, women turning to hormones

August 6, 2009

But such treatments have not been approved by the FDA for anti-aging By Harriet Brott Self updated 5:20 a.m. PT, Mon., Aug 3, 2009 Sometime after her 43rd birthday, Dawn Foley noticed she was beginning to look her age. And she didn’t like it one bit. A former beauty queen turned sales professional in Los…

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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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