Sonya Dakar + Paleta Launch Inside-out Skin Care

SEEK. DEFINE. DRIVE. Dermalogica Welcomes Professional Skin Care “Tribe” To Its “Futurescape” Symposium in Los Angeles

Introduced earlier this month, the package includes home delivery of a two-day nutritional detox system by Paleta and a two-week detox skincare system by Dakar. Sonya and I have been mutual clients for years. She keeps my skin looking young and beautiful; I keep her nourished, says Boyer. So we decided, why not put the two together to truly address nourishing our skin from within the body, as well as externally with her line of organic, detoxifying products? Ive believed all my life that internal and external go together, that what you put in your body will be reflected in your skin, adds Dakar, who created her Beauty Boot Camp Supplement Collection of multivitamins for men and women, protein shake powders, and acidophilus flora probiotic capsules in 2009. She recommends that her skincare clients (who include Gwyneth Paltrow) eliminate refined sugar, caffeine, alcohol and gluten. The two-day Paleta detox program includes two smoothies made with Dakars protein powders, eight organic cold-pressed juices, aloe and chlorophyll Power Boosts, two handcrafted energy bars and boxed water.
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Skin Rejuvenation and Skin Care for Atlanta Just Went High Tech

Dermalogica’s recent launch of a new teen skin care line, Clear Start, was introduced as the focus for new retailing programs which include the brand’s signature MicroZone treatments and Skin Bar as methods for building sales. Afternoon sessions included a presentation by Dr. Diana Howard, Vice President of Research and Development and Global Education, and other team educators, introducing and demonstrating the brand’s new, professionals-only BioActive Peel system which will be Dermalogica’s most aggressive exfoliant formula to date. The BioActive Peel system will require specific training and certification and will be available for professional skin therapists starting in October, 2013.
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How Nars

Recognized for her gentle touch and commitment to excellence, Dr. Kelley prides herself on providing the best non surgical plastic surgery Atlanta has to offer. I felt truly cared for and had all of my concerns and questions answered. I will continue with services needed and highly recommend recommend this practice to friends and family. Dr. Kelley makes her patients feel relaxed and comfortable, a testimonial from the Cobb Wellness and Aesthetics website noted.
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Hair Loss Prevention 101

Natural Treatments for Hair Loss

Eat more fish Not only are fish loaded with protein and minerals, but theyre also an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin D. Both nutrients have been linked to preventing hair loss in chemotherapy patients. That holding true for healthy men hasnt really been studied, but both nutrients offer a host of other health benefits so there should be nothing stopping you from including more fish in your diet. Keep your iron levels in check Iron-deficiency anemia, which is more common in women, is a well-known cause of unexpected hair loss, but the loss may be so slight that you barely notice it. Adding some iron-rich foods to your diet like pumpkin seeds, quinoa or tofu may help if you run into any problems. This is particularly important if youre a vegetarian looking into hair loss prevention, since it can be harder to get enough iron when you have to avoid red meats or eggs. Dont forget your vitamin B Also important for hair growth are B vitamins biotin, folate, B2, and B12.
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All are important sources of omega-3 fatty acids, which help reduce inflammation and create a healthier scalp. It’s best to avoid a rut; eat a variety of foods every day. So Kravich recommends eating six to 10 servings of various vegetables daily, two to four fruits, and an assortment of grains and legumes and lean meat products. Roberts says there are some nutrients that may be helpful for hair: Iron: Anemia can cause hair loss. But iron supplements are only recommended if you have tested positive for iron deficiency anemia, according to the Cleveland Clinic.
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Snoring In Kids Could Mean Other Problems, Doctors Say

How Snoring Can Wreak Havoc On A Marriage

NOT putting others down. August 14, 2012 at 09:15 | Report abuse | Reply ser August 14, 2012 at 12:24 | Report abuse | Reply Portland tony Certainly hope this study was peer reviewed, because it contains more “may cause’s” than a political ad. Sounds like a research project by a bunch of bored underemployed PHD’s with an pretty lax government grant. Maybe adjusting a child’ sleeping position could eliminate this “snoring” problem. The youngster in the photo certainly doesn’t look too comfortable at all. Oh well! August 14, 2012 at 13:08 | Report abuse | Reply anna My boy snored like a drunk sailor til he was 3, then we had his huge tonsils and adenoids removed and he is a quiet, still, happy little sleeper, successful in preschool and ready to conquer kindergarten.
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Rosenblatt interviewed 42 couples and examined how sharing a bed affects the couple’s relationship. Many couples described the intimacy and comfort level of sleeping in the same bed is extremely important to their relationship. As he describes in the book, in their time together before drifting off to sleep, “couples catch up on what’s going on with one another, plan, make decisions, deal with disagreements and solve problems.” With their hectic schedules, many couples often only have this time to catch up. It is no wonder why it’s crucial to their relationship. Unfortunately, snoring can force one spouse into another room for the sake of sleep, and this crucial together time is hard to replace in their busy lives otherwise. If your marriage is suffering because you or your spouse snores, the key to reconciling is to understand that snoring is a symptom of a physical condition, such as sleep apnea, sinusitis or nasal obstruction, and it can be treated.
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Snoring sounds warning bells: expert

“We can really change these people’s lives. I’d like to eliminate it in adults.” She believed about 35 per cent of children who snored more than three times a week had obstructive sleep apnoea. Weight and environmental factors like allergies could increase the risk, she said. “If a child is snoring more than three nights a week then parents should be concerned.” She said if sleep apnoea went untreated as well as behavioural and learning problems it could cause problems in the muscle and skeletal structure of the face. Fellow speaker Dr Gillian Nixon, a paediatrician at Monash Children’s Hospital, said obstructive sleep apnoea was a “big problem” in New Zealand. She said often parents weren’t too concerned about snoring but it could be a sign of bigger problems which was why it was important to have it diagnosed and treated.
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Beauty Police: Dakota Fanning Looks Like She’s Reviving Her Twilight Role With Her Washed Out Skin And Makeup

This Song Captures Everything That’s Wrong With Our Idea Of Beauty

Fanning needs to use a good oil-controlling primer like Laura Mercier Oil-Free Primer followed by an application of a matte foundation like Maybelline DreamMatte Mousse . Once all of her makeup is applied, she should spray her face with Skindinavia No More Shine Makeup Finish , which will control oil and hold her makeup in place for several hours. As for the little pop of color, we would give Dakota a fun statement lip. We would choose a longwearing, highly pigmented lip color like BITE Beauty Cashmere Lip Cream in Muscato (bright fuchsia), which would bring out her ivory skin and blue eyes. Want some irony? As much as Dakota’s washed out skin reminded us of her undead role, Vampire Jane actually rocked some serious smoky eyes in the movie. Remember those navy smoky eyes?
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Beauty Secrets: Color by Mia advises how to pair fall color trends to skin tone

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3. Olive/Warm: If you have a warm, olive skin tone with lots of highlights, You might want to keep the warm tones, but enrich the color with mahogany brown and create more depth by pulling through a few lighter, coppery pieces. Fresh-faced Jessica Biels olive skin tone goes perfectly with this color trend. 4. Tan/Rich: If you have a beautiful tan or rich skin tone like the glamorous Jennifer Lopez, you can pull off falls hot jewel tones, such as rich copper, browns and mahogany.
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Dakota Fanning

4. Nia Vardalos Another obstacle actresses must overcome is fitting into the often narrow selection of roles available for women. Nia Vardalos was discouraged from pursuing her acting career because she didn’t look like a particular “type.” In 2012, the “My Big Fat Greek Wedding” star told More Magazine:

This agent I was once working with said, “You are not fat enough to be a character actress, and youre not pretty enough to be a leading lady. Plus, there are no Greek roles. So I can no longer represent you.”…
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Snoring A Potentially Fatal Problem, Doctors Say

Dr Arbat warned that snoring can be fatal and needs precautionary measures and expert guidance at the earliest. While snoring should not be taken lightly, most of us are not aware about having the habit, he said. “The habit could lead to sleep apnea (breathing stoppage for 10 seconds or more), of which a snorer may have 100 or more episodes during sleep. It causes sleep deprivation, sleep fragmentation and loss of sleep architecture, which in turn can cause many other health problems,” he said.
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Singing exercises reduce snoring

At the end of the trial, the results showed that the daily singing exercises reduced the severity, frequency and loudness of snoring, and improved sleep quality. There were no such changes in the participants who were not asked to do the exercises. Hilton says the exercises were not difficult, and two thirds of the participants asked to do them managed this on most days over the three-month trial. He adds that the findings open up a “whole new avenue” of possible treatments without the need for surgery, which is good news for snorers: “I was open-minded about it.
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Singing can help reduce snoring

A new British study has found that joining a choir, or taking singing lessons, can help reduce snoring – good news for long-suffering partners. The trial, by Exeter University and the Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust, showed that singing exercises strengthened certain throat muscles and helped alleviate the symptoms of sleep apnoea. Researchers say that, for best results, singing exercises should be teamed with lifestyle changes such as losing weight. According to Snore Australia, most people will snore at some time but chronic or loud snoring is often associated with sleep-related breathing disorders. It says other common causes of snoring include: Allergies Eating too much at night Nasal congestion Consumption of alcohol close to bedtime, especially if the amount is large Being overweight or obese Swelling of the muscular part of the roof of the mouth Swollen adenoids or tonsils, especially in children Medications, including sleeping tablets Sleep position – sleeping on your back may cause your throat muscles and tongue to relax If you are a snorer, there are several devices you can try to reduce your snoring. These include adhesive devices that cover the nostrils and nasal steroids and allergy treatments. But you should also see your GP to discuss the problem.
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Stop Snoring Now

Snoring Couple in Bed

Correction of OSA generally requires that these factors be eliminated. At times, elimination of these factors completely resolves the problem. Weight Excessive weight brought about by a sedentary lifestyle, too many rich foods or by medically related situations such as thyroid problems, is probably the leading factor contributing to OSA. Bed partners almost invariably make the observation that the larger their snoring spouse becomes, the louder the snoring bellows, and the more often they hear snoring pauses followed by snorts, and a resumption of breathing (i.e., apneas episodes of obstructed breathing). Conversely, in a large percentage of patients, weight loss down to an ideal weight has reversed the process. Smoking Smoking has numerous undesirable effects on the body.
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Oklahoma Dentists’ Dr. Gene Drake and Dr. Jayson Voto are Saving Lives by Screening and Treating Patients for Sleep Apnea and Snoring

Jayson Voto are Saving Lives by Screening and Treating Patients for Sleep Apnea and Snoring Posted: This article was originally distributed via PRWeb. PRWeb, WorldNow and this Site make no warranties or representations in connection therewith. SOURCE: Dental Sleep Medicine Education Company, Sleep Group Solutions, provide the industrys leading Dental CE Sleep Program, where Dr. Gene Drake and Dr. Jayson Voto learned to implement a proper sleep protocol. Drake, Voto and Associates now offer Oral Appliance Therapy to treat patients for snoring and Sleep Apnea. Owasso, OK (PRWEB) September 04, 2013 Dr.
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Snoring in kids could mean other problems, doctors say

That kid should be in a car seat. TKJ August 16, 2012 at 14:50 | Report abuse | Cure Autism These parents need to get over it. Try having an autistic child, knowing that everything great you had planned for your child and family are destroyed. Help an autistic family! It cost a family about $72,000 per year to pay for treatments that actually make a difference! August 14, 2012 at 01:05 | Report abuse | Reply me @cure autism.
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Napoles Blood Pressure Up Again–pnp Spokesman

Blood pressure lowered by nerve surgery

Dr Tim Chico, an honorary Consultant Cardiologist at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, said:

Janet Lim-Napoles blood pressure was at 200/130, said PNP Senior Superintendent Reuben Theodore Sindac, PNP-Public Information Office chief, in a text avdisory to media. Sindac said Napoles, who has been in Fort San Sto. Domingo since Sunday, complained of nausea and headache at around 4:43 a.m. When the nurse on duty checked on Napoles, her blood pressure was at 200/130. She took her medicine at around 4:53 a.m. as prescribed.
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No copays, easier pills may reduce blood pressure

Patients whose high blood pressure is not controlled by drugs are currently offered “renal denervation”, an operation where nerves which connect the kidney to the brain are disabled, but experts differ over how effective the treatment is. The new procedure, known as carotid body denervation, could provide an alternative treatment and be effective even in patients who have already had renal denervation, researchers claimed. Doctors disable specific nerves connected to the carotid body, which continuously measures the amount of oxygen in the blood and can raise or lower blood pressure by triggering a response from the nervous system. A study conducted on rats with high blood pressure by researchers from the University of Bristol found that the procedure reduced nervous system activity, “providing an effective antihypertensive treatment”. Related Articles Hour’s surgery to cure high blood pressure 18 Nov 2010 Writing in the Nature Communications journal, they said their findings “could translate” to some human patients with high blood pressure. Dr Tim Chico, an honorary Consultant Cardiologist at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, who was not involved in the study, said: “This is an exciting and innovative approach to a major health problem. “Current treatments for high blood pressure have serious drawbacks.
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It created a registry of adult members with high blood pressure, based on medical records. At the start, about 44 percent of 235,000 registry patients had their blood pressure under control. The registry grew and by 2009, the portion under control reached 80 percent of 353,000 patients. That compares to 64 percent of people with blood pressure problems nationwide. Two features likely played a big role in the programs success: In 2005, the region started using a single generic pill combining two common blood pressure drugs, lisinopril and a diuretic.
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