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No Deaths From Vitamins or Minerals Poison Control Statistics Prove Supplements’ Safety

October 15, 2009

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Orthomolecular Medicine News Service, October 14, 2009 No Deaths From Vitamins or Minerals Poison Control Statistics Prove Supplements’ Safety (OMNS, October 14, 2009) There was not even one death caused by a vitamin or dietary mineral in 2007, according to the most recent statistics available from the U.S. National Poison Data System.…

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Bunny lines, the biggest botox giveaway

October 14, 2009

By DANICA LO Everyone knows that a puffy duckbill lip or a permantly surprised raised brow means a celeb’s probably been dabbling in surgery of the cosmetic kind. These days, cheek and chin implants are blatant, and who wants a natural-looking boob job anymore? Hoist ’em high, sisters. But how can you tell if a…

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Psoriasis: A Nuisance or a Deadly Disease?

October 14, 2009

By Brian Donnelly While all chronic health conditions are difficult to live with, the skin condition known as psoriasis not only has a negative effect on a person’s well-being, but it can also be fatal. Psoriasis is often unpleasant and debilitating for the 7.5 million Americans living with the disease, which presents as an unsightly…

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Hazel McCallion Mayor of Mississauga, Canada 88 Years Young

October 12, 2009

Video published 2009 By Andrew Stevens, Political Editor (written in 2005) Though a separate municipal concern, the Canadian city of Mississauga has long had to exist within the shadow of its larger neighbour Toronto and has since been absorbed into its metropolitan sprawl. It is content to regard itself as part of the Greater Toronto…

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Thinking of Getting Some New Shoes?

October 9, 2009

McQueen’s 12-inch heels Thursday 8 October, 2009 Alexander McQueen’s models hit the catwalk in sky-high heels for his Paris show. WOW. Our first question after seeing these amazing shoes was how on earth did Alexander McQueen‘s models walk down the catwalk in them? Answer: not very easily. The gaggle of stunningly attired models strutted gingerly…

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Helpful H1N1 Flu Information

October 8, 2009

Tami flu does not kill but prevents H1N1 from further proliferation till the virus limits itself in about 1-2 weeks (its natural cycle). H1N1, like other Influenza A viruses, only infects the upper respiratory tract and proliferates (only) there. The only portals of entry are the nostrils and mouth/ throat. In a global epidemic of this nature, it’s…

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Bye-Bye Belly Fat

October 7, 2009

While I was standing in the checkout line at the grocery store last week, I counted five, that’s right, five women’s magazines with a headline telling me how to get rid of my “belly fat.” While I don’t believe any of the gimmicks they propose, I could do with a little belly-fat reduction—especially after the…

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Braveheart Women – Rise!

October 5, 2009

Ellie Drake and Paul Ryan headed a most proficient team and presented a wonderful event at the LAX Westin Hotel that begain Friday and ended late afternoon yesterday with the BraveHeart “Inner and Outer Beauty” segments in which I was a participant. Saturday evening the Westin was transformed with smiling greeters and an actual Red Carpet…

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Luscious Lips Reviewed by The Doctors

October 5, 2009

In their Health Trends episode The Doctors had fun with our Luscious Lips lip pump. Debby, a viewer who was desperate to have fuller lips tried Luscious Lips and loved it. We can see that in the before photo that Debby’s lips have disappeared. In the after we can see her lovely lips reappear. This…

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Rather Than Worry About Dementia, Forget About It

October 1, 2009

By Abigail Trafford When my granddaughter was 5 or 6, I gave her a purple plastic child’s wristwatch. Oh, how she loved this glittering princess treasure. But when her visit was over and it came time to leave, she couldn’t find the watch. Tears, wails! I promised to look for it and send it to…

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‘The fear stirring within me’ – by Suzanne Parrish

September 30, 2009

My sister, Suzanne, is a breast cancer survivor – Thank God!  Her daughter, Stephanie, sent me a story that was published today in the Enid News.  I think you will love it! Frozen, gripped in fear. Does anyone feel differently when the diagnosis is cancer? In March 1996, I called to request a mammogram, informing the…

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Get the 6-Minute ‘Bathing Suit Body’ – fat-burning-exercise

September 29, 2009

From Al Sears, MD Dear Health Conscious Reader, Summer’s here. That means it’s time to roll out your “beach-ready” body for maximum outdoor fun. If you’re not feeling quite there yet, don’t sweat it. My good friend and PACE® trainer Coach Yari just showed me and my staff a turbo-charged 6-minute workout. It’s awesome. This…

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How “Aging Backwards” Works: Interview with Founder and President Jackie Silver

September 29, 2009

Recently, I became acquainted with the lovely and intelligent Jackie Silver, the Founder and President of Aging Backwards, a lifestyle program dedicated to making you look and feel younger.  What pleasantly surprised me, though, was that unlike other “age-reversal” gurus, Jackie is refreshingly realistic, advising her clients to simply “take up one or two tips at…

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IBC- INFLAMMATORY BREAST CANCER – SOMETHING ALL WOMEN AND MEN SHOULD KNOW ABOUT

September 28, 2009

Inflammatory Breast Cancer Research Foundation The IBC Research Foundation is dedicated to researching the cause of Inflammatory Breast Cancer, IBC, an advanced and accelerated form of breast cancer usually not detected by mammograms or ultrasounds. Inflammatory breast cancer requires immediate aggressive treatment with chemotherapy prior to surgery and is treated differently than more common types…

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Why we eat too much, and how to get control

September 21, 2009

We all know we’re supposed to eat healthy portions. So why is it that a rough day at the office or even just the smell of chocolate-chip cookies can cause us to throw our best intentions out the window? If you overeat, think about what triggered your overindulgence so you can do better next time.…

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Sheryl Crow: No Plastic Surgery For Me!

September 18, 2009

by Marc Malkin Sheryl Crow has no plans to go under the knife. “When you shoot your face with Botox and stuff, you rob yourself of your ability to have youthful expressions, and that’s why sometimes people look a lot older,” Crow tells Health magazine. Despite some toughs time in recent years (in 2006, Crow…

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