Staying Healthy During Summer - and Year-Round

Travel, parties, lack of sleep and even overindulging in sugary treats can be a recipe for falling off the diet and fitness bandwagon during the lazy months of summer. Fortunately, there are specific steps you can take to ensure you remain healthy and happy. 

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Seven Natural Ways to Stop Excessive Sweating

Now that summer is here, most of us are delighted to enjoy the sunshine and warm weather. However, excessive sweating, or hyperhidrosis, afflicts more people than you might think and can stem from a large number of underlying triggers.

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Quest for Dental Beauty Often Unfulfilling

When the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry asked people what they'd most like to improve about their smile, the most common response was whiter teeth. The American Association of Orthodontists also found that nearly 90% request tooth whitening.*

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Seven Foods To Eat For Better Skin, Hair, and Mood

All symptoms of the body from thin, dull hair, and sallow skin, to acne breakouts, body aches and sluggish energy all point to the gut. Gut health is incredibly important making mindful eating an essential part of longevity and anti-aging.

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Beginner’s Guide to Botox: What To Know, Ask

Data from The American Society of Plastic Surgeons revealed in 2015 over 6.7 million Botox procedures were performed. That number continues to increase as young women "Baby Botox'ers," are opting for the minimally invasive procedure as a preventive measure.

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Safe Solutions for Six Common Beach Body Concerns

Summertime and the living is easy! Warm weather gives way to bare skin, sandals, beach days and cool nights, and for most summertime also reveals, and in our eyes glaring, beauty imperfections; skin blotches, stubborn cellulite and stretch marks.

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Seven Secrets for a Sexy Décolletage

A skin care specialist once said, 'the décolletage is the woman's best real estate.' Whether this is true or sexist certain facts remain, a sexy, smooth, décolletage gets noticed and should be part of every woman daily beauty regiment.

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Top Six Foods Known to Protect Skin From Sun Damage

Nothing helps protect skin from harmful UV rays better than a healthy application of sunscreen and for a bit more protection Dr. Christopher Calapai, D.O spoke on the top six foods known to be high in antioxidant-rich foods that also aid in the protecting skin.

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Food on the Brain - Top Brain Boosters to Add and Brain Drainers to Drop From Your Shopping List

The foods in your pantry and fridge are affecting your brain. Dr. Christopher Calapai DO, a NYC Osteopathic Physician board certified in family and anti-aging medicine, explains the foods we choose have everything to do with how sharp, attentive, alert, focused and happy we feel after consumption.

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HL Wellness: Do You Need A Therapist -These 5 Signs Point to Yes

You lose a loved one, a job, a relationship, a pet or get into an accident, have an injury, gain weight, have a baby, return from war or experience something else that just rattles you to your core. You know something isn’t right, you feel a bit off, but continue living your life thinking you’ll get over it. We all have been there and often with time we do get over it, sort of.

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HL Health, Wellness: Foods To Reverse Brain Damage

Attempting challenging puzzles and reading up on the theory of relativity aren't the only ways to keep your brain at its finest. The right diet also can do wonders, improving the brain's function and even helping to reverse brain damage.

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Emotional Anorexia: Why Others Think you are Difficult

Relationships are not simple. In fact, the closer your association with someone, the more complicated the relationship. In any relationship, one person's needs and expectations intersect with the other person's needs and expectations.

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Health News: The Ten Most Active Cities in America

Nearly half way through January and those New Year’s resolutions already need dusting off. That’s right . . what, in my champagne fueled madness did I openly pledged, promise to my friends, neighbors, partner and self that I would faithfully maintain? What were they again?

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  • Science News:The 25 Biggest Earthquakes Ever Recorded

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    Contrary to popular belief, floods and droughts kill more Americans than hurricanes or earthquakes. Globally, however, earthquakes comprise some of the deadliest natural disasters in history.  

  • The Sound of Summer

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    Despite setting my alarm clock every evening, what wakes me isn't the buzzing of some mechanical gadget, but rather the vigilant woodpecker dedicated to his craft right outside my window.

     
  • Op/Ed - SOTU 2019 and American Medicine

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    While President Trump called for unity and cooperation in his 2019 State of the Union address, the views of the audience showed a sharp and bitter divide, especially on issues affecting the health and medical care of Americans.

     
  • Beltway Insider: Putin/Trump Strengthen Ties; Cyber Security; Election Disruption Eyed; Plane Crash; S.C Shooter; Standing Rock Victory

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    President elect Trump, with the inauguration six weeks away, began actively aligning himself with strategic partners of Russian President Vladimir Putin speaking individually with Taiwanese President and Philippines President while continuing to vet potential cabinet positions.

     
  • LV Arts: Lost Vegas: Tim Burton@The Neon Museum

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    The Neon Museum announces tickets are now on sale for “Lost Vegas: Tim Burton @ The Neon Museum Presented by the Engelstad Foundation,” on view from Oct. 15 through Feb. 15 from 9 a.m. to 1 a.m. daily.

     
  • 23 Tourists Killed, 44 Wounded, in Tunisia Museum Attack

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    Nearly two dozen tourists were massacred in a brazen midday preplanned ambush at Bardo National Museum in the capital city of Tunis that left another forty-four injured and the shooters dead in what is being called a terrorist attack.

     
  • World News: Brexit And Life Goes On. . .

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    The final departure of the United Kingdom from the European Union does not seem to have upset the other member countries, all aware of the strengths and advantages of the Union despite its shortcomings.

     
  • Spider in the Web Review - Sir Ben Kingsley Add Intrigue to the Contemporary Espionage Drama

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    Spider in the Web, from United King Films and Vertical Entertainment, presents a contemporary espionage thriller as the race to stop the development of chemical weapons for use in the Syrian Civil war has costly consequences.

     
  • HL London: The Underground Music Scene Presents SeaWitches

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    Based in Liverpool, Jo Herring and Laura Caldwell met in 2007 through friends; a meeting that resulted in an explosion of creativity where songwriting, musicianship and visual art collided to create SeaWitches.

     
  • The Artist, Hugo Win Big at 84th Academy Awards

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    The Artist, Michel Hazanavicius’ silent film homage to early Hollywood, won big at Sunday’s 84th Academy Awards taking home three of the top six coveted statuettes.

     
  • Miami Arts: The Frost Art Museum Opens 2019 With Soul Stirring Truths of Life In America

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    Two stirring photographic essayists open 2019 at the Frost Art Museum (FIU) capturing two disenfranchised groups; a family’s daily life with the catastrophic Flint Michigan Water Crisis and America’s hidden aging culture of transgender and gender nonconforming people.

     
  • Alien Covenant Review - White Knuckle, Pulsating Fear, A Pure Adrenalin Rush

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    Alien Covenant, from TSG Entertainment, Scott Free Productions, and Twentieth Century Fox Films, presents an over the top epic space age horror story, a planet haunted from an evil past setting up the ultimate fight for survival.

     
  • Something Rotten Review – Raucous Surprises, a Roaring Good Time

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    Something Rotten!, Broadway’s newest musical, is so fun it's hard to say for sure who was having a better time at the St. James Theater the other night, the audience or the actors and musicians on stage.  

     
  • Point and Shoot: The 10 Best Cameras for Summer Travel

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    From graduations and senior trips to vacations and backyard barbecues, summer is the time when memories are made — and recorded. The best cameras for summer travel are light, functional and, of course, affordable.  

  • Peter Lord, Director of Sony's The Pirates! Band of Misfits, Talks on Upcoming Release

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    THE PIRATES! Band of Misfits, a Sony Pictures Animation, Columbia Pictures and Aardman Animation film, directed by Peter Lord is hoisting sails preparing to launch for its upcoming spring release.