We all know that the cost of makeup, skincare products, haircare items and other beauty products can really add up. However, you don’t have to go broke to look beautiful. Remember, expensive cosmetics may not be better than cheaper ones. Don’t always infer that the more expensive, the better.
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We all know that women’s magazines are 90% ads, and only 10% articles, and those articles are overwhelmingly about sex or relationships. Very little is published about your health that is really true and not agenda-driven. So here are a few things that every woman should know, but is unlikely to learn from magazines supposedly dedicated to her education and health
Some of us are hypochondriacs and seek a doctor for every cold, every headache, and every imaginable symptom, which others avoid checkups and refuse to see a doctor until nearly on their deathbed. For those less prone to seek medical advice, please read these ten symptoms and learn when to abandon your doctor-avoidance regimen
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Stretch marks or striae (singular stria), as they are called in dermatology, are a form of scarring on the skin with an off-color hue. They first appear as reddish or purple lines, but tend to gradually fade to a lighter range. The affected areas appear empty and are soft to the touch. Although pregnancy is one of the most common causes of stretch marks, they also affect teenagers and young women without a family. Men can also become victims, with affected areas including the legs, arms, and back
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For many of us our busy lives are ruled by convenience and this causes us to eat unhealthy foods too often, and skip some really great foods that are also great for us.
You can find a list of eleven foods you should be eating and reasons why.
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In these tough economic times we read about people jumping out of windows or worse. But the news is not all bad – research shows that happiness is not based upon what you own or your lifestyle. Leaf Van Boven, associate professor of psychology at the University of Colorado at Boulder says, “Rather, any effortless pleasure or thing that strengthens social bonds or gives you a positive sense of control has measurable mental benefits.”