Monthly Archives: June 2014
Study Claims the Perfect Nose is Upturned 106 Degrees
In 2013, Scarlett Johansson was voted Sexiest Woman Alive. She’s known for her full lips, sultry eyes and her ‘perfect’ nose. Several plastic surgeons are saying they believe one of the reasons she was chosen is because she has, literally, the perfect nose. According to new research, noses with a slightly upturned tip are the most ideal for any face shape…. read more
DIY Tomato Citrus Sugar Scrub
With harsher summer sunlight shining down on our faces, this simple DIY Tomato Citrus Sugar Scrub is ideal for replenishing, protecting, brightening and revitalizing the facial skin. Sugar scrubs remove dry, flaky skin and are great if you want to achieve soft, supple skin. The best part about scrubs is that they are an easy DIY project and most of… read more
Would you alter the Size & Shape of your Toes?
Have you ever heard of toe shortening? Believe it or not, there are cosmetic procedures out there for the feet that range anywhere between corn and bunion removal, to liposuction for unusually large big toes, to completely reducing the size and shape of the toes. Nowadays, the average shoe size of a women is size 6, while only 20 years ago, the… read more
Symfony: The New Eye Implant That May Eliminate Glasses
A new eye implant has emerged. It’s called Symfony and can completely refocus and restore eyesight to perfect vision. It’s causing an enormous buzz throughout the medical community because this surgical treatment exceeds the abilities of common contact lenses. The Symfony procedure completely mimics natural vision. While contact lenses can easily treat cataract patients, these patients usually still need reading… read more
Y LIFT – The Non Surgical Facelift: Transform Yourself
The neck and hands are the true tale-tellers of a person’s age. Having a high brow and cheekbones are coveted features in the quest to regain a youthful appearance. But, if the neck isn’t just as taut and smooth as the rest of the face, it gives the face a dramatically older appearance. It’s been said that the neck reflects a person’s… read more
Delete These From Your Diet!
Did you know that a 20-ounce soft drink contains approximately 16 teaspoons of sugar? On a yearly average, each American consumes 39lbs of sugar via beverages. We all know that too much sugar leads to many health issues including weight gain, dehydration and an overall unhealthy lifestyle. The more sugar you consume, the more you will crave that sugar high. New research… read more
Can Coffee Protect Eyesight?
We’ve all heard it when we were young – ‘Eat your carrots, they’re good for your eyes!’ But what about coffee? According to a study conducted at Cornell University in New York, consuming coffee may help preserve eyesight. Coffee contains chlorogenic acid, an antioxidant. The researchers pretreated half a group of mice with chlorogenic acid and left the other half untreated…. read more
The Low-Down on Pistachios | Healthy Snacking
Pistachios are not only a low-fat, delicious snack, they’re also very healthy. They are full of vitamins, minerals, fiber and contain more potassium and less calories than other nuts. A study was done at California State Polytechnic University on a group of 48 healthy women. The women had an average age of 21 years old. For 10 weeks they were to add… read more
A Promising Cancer-Curing Drug Emerges
In a recent medical trial, the medical medical world was wowed by a remarkable, potentially cancer-curing drug. Warwick Steele, a 64 year old skin cancer patient from west London, was given just months to live when this new treatment changed his life. The drug, called pembrolizumab, is an immunotherapy treatment created to prevent cancer cells from becoming resistant to the immune system. Imagine that… read more
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