The youth jab: It’s illegal and untested, maybe even dangerous – but that hasn’t stopped the Hollywood A-list using Genotropin

February 1, 2010

Originally developed to help address development disorders, a drug called somatropin (also sold as the branded drug, Genotropin) is being touted as the ultimate weapon against ageing and the elixir of youth. Devotees claim it can do everything from reducing body fat and increasing muscle mass to reversing the signs of ageing. But critics say…

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Will Injecting Your Face at Home Save Thousands of Dollars?

January 27, 2010

Just recently I have read several articles that describe how women are seeking at-home remedies that plump and paralyze not only their facial features but thighs as well.  This desperation prompted me to write how exercise, the Fountain of Youth, can enhance your face by strengthening the underlying muscles that support your skin. Will the desire…

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What part of a woman’s face turns a man on more than any other part of the female anatomy?

January 25, 2010

What part of a woman’s face turns a man on more than any other part of the female anatomy? The answer is lips according to a report in AskMen.com “Do you know what part of a woman’s face turns a man on more than any other part of the female anatomy?  If you answered “lips,”…

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Fish Oils May Slow Genetic Aging in Heart Patients

January 20, 2010

Heart disease patients have long been encouraged to eat more fish or take fish oil supplements containing omega-3 fatty acids. The reason? People who do, tend to live longer. Researchers have discovered a clue to slowing down the aging process. Now, some say a study out this evening in the Journal of the American Medical…

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The World According to Monsanto

January 6, 2010

Genetic Modification of our food is here. It’s happening. Chances are you’re probably already eating it. Chances are equally likely that you don’t fully understand how GM food made it to your dinner plate. The World According to Monsanto is essential viewing for a confused public who deserves a say in what they eat… The…

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Will Smith’s Wisdom on Life

January 6, 2010
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Tropical Traditions – Organic Virgin Coconut Oil

December 18, 2009

A few weeks ago I received a very generous 32 ounce jar of Tropical Traditions Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil and have been using one tablespoon of this delicious oil each time I enjoy coffee.  I usually have two cups of coffee in the morning which means I have two tablespoons of coconut oil.  Living…

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Rare disease attacks, burns woman’s skin

December 17, 2009

Young mother has 30 percent chance of survival ST. PETERSBURG – Two weeks ago, Yasmin Hernandez was a vibrant, loving woman, devoted wife and mother of five young children. Now, she lies in a hospital bed, heavily sedated, because her skin is burning from the inside out. And her family is asking for prayers. Hernandez…

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Medicine-Cabinet Makeover

December 15, 2009

By: Jennifer Pirtle This medicine-cabinet makeover will replace your conventional cures with healthier options. Whether you’re plagued by headache pain or only occasionally bothered by a case of the sniffles, your medicine cabinet is probably the first place you turn to for relief. But are its contents the best choices for your health? Consider replacing…

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New Hair, New Personality?

December 7, 2009

By Jackie Silver Wearing a wig is a fast and fun way to change your look for the evening or anytime you want. You don’t have to be suffering hair loss to wear a wig. Wearing a wig can be a quick and beautiful way to be “fashion-ready” when you don’t have time to wash,…

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Crawford: ‘Cosmetic surgery is unsexy’

December 7, 2009

By Rebecca Davies Cindy Crawford has revealed that she considers cosmetic surgery unsexy. The 43-year-old supermodel, who is married to Rande Gerber, said that he and their mutual friend George Clooney cannot understand why any woman would want to alter their appearance with plastic surgery. Crawford told GQ magazine: “If you’re not careful you end…

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Vitamin C As An Antiviral, It’s All About the Dose

December 4, 2009

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Orthomolecular Medicine News Service, December 3, 2009 Vitamin C As An Antiviral: It’s All About Dose (OMNS, December 3, 2009) One of the most frequent questions from Orthomolecular Medicine News Service readers is, Just how much vitamin C should I take? Our bodies cannot make vitamin C (ascorbate), although most animals can.…

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Model’s death highlights plastic surgery risks

December 2, 2009

We send our condolences to the family of Solange Magnano. Please keep in mind that plastic surgery is real surgery with all the risks that accompany major surgery. By Mark Tutton, CNN STORY HIGHLIGHTS * Model Solange Magnano died after complications following plastic surgery * Injecting fat or silicone into the buttocks can lead to…

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Your Complexion Reveals How Good Your Diet and Health Is

December 1, 2009

Posted by: Dr. Mercola Researchers have found that your complexion affects how healthy, and therefore how attractive, you appear. What’s more, your diet may be crucial to achieving the most desirable complexion. Using specialist computer software, study participants were asked to manipulate the skin color of male and female Caucasian faces to make them look…

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Health Food for the Brain

December 1, 2009

By Jackie Silver Besides the many nutritious components of the egg that we’re already familiar with – high protein, low fat – there’s a fatty acid in egg yolk that appears to help the aging brain stay healthy. Arachidonic Acid (ARA) is a type of Omega-6 fatty acid present in egg yolk that helps maintain…

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We Must Remain Cute at All Times

November 25, 2009

When I was in St Louis recently my friend Karen and I met a very attractive African- American woman who caught my eye.  I instantly fell in love with her – she was so kind and wonderful to us – and before we departed her company, we warmly embraced and she whispered, “remember, we must remain…

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