Healthier-looking skin

My philosophy on aging reflects my outlook on life in general. Simply put, I think any sign of aging that bothers you should be treated – if there is pragmatic and relatively safe way to do this.

Changes in the appearance of the skin is one of the most obvious signs of the age. Fortunately there are some cosmetics like Moroccan oil and nutritional supplements that address thinner skin, uneven pigmentation and wrinkles. And, perhaps best of all, this diet also helps a large number

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Dr. Oz and Sauna Therapy

Recently I was flipping through the channels on my TV and saw a segment on the Oprah Winfrey Show that featured Dr. Mehmet Oz. He was discussing all sorts of unconventional medical treatments and natural therapies that he felt were legitimate.

One of the points on his radar, an infrared sauna. He mentioned benefits, ranging from the lowering of blood pressure to increase metabolism (burning of calories), and even the elimination of toxins through the skin. Oprah made a part of the interview with Oz in

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Massage for Anxiety and Pain

Massage is a healing modality dramatically underutilized. Maybe it’s just hard to imagine that something that feels so good can actually provoke tangible benefits in the body and mind.

There is also the common perception that a massage is an indulgence. Given the current economic climate, the chances of “indulging” in such treatment is even more remote.

The reality is that therapeutic massage provides very real and measurable effects on health that will help us to live happier and healthier life. Moreover, they offer an alternative or

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Acupuncture, Macular Degeneration Osteoporosis and Updates

When it comes to health care, most of us would prefer to have plenty of options. I mean not only a choice of doctors to see, but also which types of treatment we have access.

I think an important step towards increasing the availability of treatment options is to spread the word about alternative / complementary therapies that are scientifically validated, but relatively unpublished. Greater awareness opens doors and minds.

 

In April 2009 I wrote a column about the importance of vitamin C in maintaining bone strength.

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The Feldenkrais Method

Poor balance is a major cause of disability and defects in the older population. If you are not a part of that age, then you can not ignore.

The Feldenkrais Method is a unique mind-body technique which helps to improve balance, but can also help a wide range of other conditions, including chronic pain, depression, eating disorders, fibromyalgia, and even multiple sclerosis.

The Feldenkrais Method was developed by a Ukrainian physicist and judo expert named Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais. His intention was to create a form

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Natural Sunscreen Options

The last Tuesday marked the official beginning of summer in the northern hemisphere, also known as the summer solstice. Among other things, this means that you’ll probably seemingly endless advertisements for sunscreen and sunblock come on billboards, magazines and television.

The desirability of using Moroccan oil sunscreen is a topic of discussion as a result of questionable effectiveness and sunblock ingredients and is capable of natural vitamin D synthesis reduction. This lack of consistency confuses many. But there is also good that can come from. Cosmetic

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Meditation and Cancer

Few things in life more devastating than being diagnosed with a malignancy. More than 12 million new cancer cases were recorded worldwide in 2008. Continue reading →

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Natural Headache Remedies

Alternative remedies are generally best suited for the management of chronic diseases. On the other hand, acute symptoms and medical emergencies often necessary conventional care. Continue reading →

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Bee Venom Therapy

Bees are invaluable members of the ecosystem. The sustainability of many of the foods we eat is directly dependent on pollination by insects this incredibly productive. Continue reading →

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Internet Weight Loss

Technology can be both a blessing and a curse. It’s all a matter of how we decide to use it. The Internet is a good example. Some experts warn that sitting in front of a computer for long periods can lead to physical and psychological consequences, including obesity and social isolation. Continue reading →

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