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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  • The Daily Meal Uncorks the 101 Best Wineries in America in 2015

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    The Daily Meal, the world's largest food and drink lifestyle site, just unveiled its annual list of the 101 Best Wineries in America. As was the case for last year's 101 Best, The Daily Meal found that great wines are being made not just in California and the Pacific Northwest but all over the country.

     
  • My Cousin Rachel Review – Intriguing, Gripping, A Spellbinding Mystery

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    My Cousin Rachel, from Fox Searchlight Pictures and Free Range Films, presents the story of a charming widow, of beguiling beauty, sophisticated grace, whose husband mysteriously dies but not before he sends alarming letters which accuse her of arranging his death.

     
  • MIFF: The Opening Ceremony of the 42nd Moscow International Film Festival (Pics)

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    The 42nd Moscow International Film Festival opened yesterday at the Rossiya theater, hosted by Alexey Agranovich. The festival began as Vladimir Medinsky, who opens MIFF for the ninth time, delivered remarks from Russian President Vladimir Putin.

     
  • Boundaries Review - Strong Character Driven Performances Create Indie Gold

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    Boundaries from Sony Picture Classics, brings to the screen a story of redemption, of healing, of forgiveness and closure as a daughter and her pot-smoking, dealing father, her son and his collection of unique and slightly odd friends.

     
  • Tom Ridge, former Homeland Security Secretary, Headlines Espionage Expert Panel

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    The National Spy Museum hosted a panel of espionage experts including Director of Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge, former Counterterrorism Expert, Melissa Mahle, Kirk Whitworth, Director of Communications and Analysis and former KGB General and operative Oleg Kalugin.

     

     
  • America Under Siege: One Week, Three Mass Shootings, Two Dozen Dead

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    A lone gunman walked into a Walmart in El Paso Texas, and systematically shot, without provocation or warning, nearly 50 shoppers, killing 20 and injuring more than 26. It was the third mass shooting in America this week alone.

     
  • Celebrity Interview: Director Jocelyn Moorhouse Talks On Making The Dressmaker, Kate Winslet, Her Sixteen Year Autism Imposed Hiatus

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    After a sixteen-year hiatus for deeply personal reasons, Jocelyn Moorhouse, the director of the critically acclaimed and commercially successful dark comedy, The Dressmaker, has triumphantly returned and sat down for a surprisingly forthcoming and real interview. 

     
  • Danielle Jones, Comatose Craigslist Beating Victim, Wakes

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    Danielle Jones, the Miami female beaten nearly to death and into a coma by a roommate she had found on Craigslist one week after he moved in, has finally woken 24 days after the Valentine's Day attack.

     
  • Beltway Insider: Obama Speaks at Navy Yard Memorial; President Visits UN; Syrian Deadline; Pravda Prints McCain Op-Ed

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    President Obama again reiterated the need for common sense gun control reforms today as he spoke at the Navy Yard Memorial Service eulogizing those killed during last week’s mass shooting.

     
  • Churchill Review – A Dramatic, Historically Accurate, Expose

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    Churchill, from Cohen Media Group and Salon Pictures, brings to the screen dynamic portrayal of the escalating tensions between the allied leaders during the final week before the D-Day Invasion which could be liberation or a bloody slaughter.

     
  • Roman J. Israel Esq Review – Brilliant Crime Drama Snaking Through The Los Angeles Underbelly

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    Roman J. Israel, Esq., from Director Tony Gilroy, Columbia Pictures and Sony Pictures Entertainment, was recently previewed at the AFI Film Festival presented by Audi after an introduction conversation highlighting various aspects of shooting in Los Angeles.

     
  • Five Travel Tips to Calm Pre-Flight Fears

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    In the 1998 film French Kiss Meg Ryan plays a women with a severe fear of flying. She tried to overcome her fear through a simulator class only to panic and kick the door down in an effort to escape.The fear of flying is very real and not as comical as it played out.

     
  • Scenic Seattle: Touring and Photographing The Emerald City Review – The "Must Have" for Every Visitor

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    Scenic Seattle: Touring and Photographing The Emerald City, by Joe Becker, is the authoritative guide to Seattle, Washington, complete with scenic, historic, city, and neighborhood sites and maps, tourist and photography value charts, and suggested itineraries.

     
  • Celebrity Interviews: Talking with Me, Earl and The Dying Girl Stars Thomas Mann, RJ Cyler and Olivia Cooke

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    Me and Earl and The Dying Girl from FOX Searchlight Pictures has been opened in the United States garnering rave reviews for the teen comedy-drama that traces one year in the life of three friends as they face the uncertain future.

     
  • Traxon Technologies’ Showroom in Hong Kong Offers Visitors a Rich AR Experience

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    Traxon Technologies and Osram’s Hong Kong showroom elevates its focus on digitalization and future markets. Using cutting-edge Augmented Reality (AR) based control and navigation technology, the company emphasizes its position as the premiere global provider of advanced LED systems.