Removing Blackheads

Posted by on Aug 1, 2012 in Medical | 0 comments

Acne is a chronic condition that affects over 85% of adolescents and young adults. In fact, it is one of the most common skin diseases treated by physicians and dermatologists. In a study released in 2007, researchers in the largest study ever conducted on acne and stress revealed that teens under high levels of stress were 23 percent more likely to have a more severe case of acne. (1)

Acne is an umbrella term used to describe whiteheads, pustules, pimples, cysts and blackheads. The division in the description of the condition is important because each type of acne is treated differently.

Blackheads and whiteheads are medically known as comedones, and are usually more numerous on the face and shoulders. Blackheads are follicles that are larger than normal at the opening and become filled with plugs of sebum (oil) and dead skin cells. They undergo a chemical reaction which results in the oxidation of melanin in the dead skin cells. This gives the material in the follicle the typical black color.

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Rejuvenating Your Skin

Posted by on Jul 31, 2012 in General Health | 0 comments

Whether your skin is looking dull and lifeless or you are interested in removing scars and spots, skin rejuvenation may be just what you’re looking for. Many women may mistake skin rejuvenation to be just like any other beauty treatment but, it is instead, less about getting an expensive facial and more about treating the skin at its deepest level.

Before looking for a skin refreshing session for either a simple glow or removing scars and spots, it is important to address the root cause of any problem.

Your dermatologist will explain that as we age, our skin loosens and loses its original elasticity because collagen and tissue degenerates. Skin rejuvenation treatments are aimed at stimulating these elastic tissues, but in accordance with your own skin type, so there is no resulting damage.

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How To Give Yourself Cancer In Five Easy Steps

Posted by on Jul 30, 2012 in General Health | 0 comments

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Following with our ever-popular series on “How to Get Disease,” this article discusses how to give yourself a raging case of cancer. It could be breast cancer, colon cancer, prostate cancer or even something like leukemia.

By following the instructions in this article, you can give yourself almost any form of cancer desirable and if you pursue these strategies to their fullest potential, you could end up with several different forms of cancer all at once. So, let’s get started and learn how to give yourself cancer.

If you’re aiming for a raging case of cancer, the first thing you’ve got to do is start consuming food ingredients that actually promote cancer. One of the most powerful cancer-promoting food ingredients of all is called sodium nitrate. This is an ingredient that is added to virtually all packaged meat products including hot dogs, pepperoni, ham, lunchmeat and other similar products.

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The Overwhelming Benefits of Soy Protein

Posted by on Jul 28, 2012 in Nutrition | 0 comments

The benefits of soy protein is overwhelming and is emerging as one of the great alternative protein sources for human consumption. Health experts are all excited about how soy protein can change the face of nutrition.

What’s all the rage? Here are some great reasons to get with soy protein.

Soy Protein Is Plant Protein

Soy beans contain complete protein and have one of the best protein digestibilities among all protein sources. Soy beans also contain little or no fat and have virtually no cholesterol. Lactose intolerant ones will be pleased to know that soy beans contain no lactose.

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Healthy Grocery Shopping

Posted by on Jul 26, 2012 in Nutrition | 0 comments

Grocery shopping is something we all have to do, even though choosing the right foods can be very hard indeed. To assist you with your healthy grocery shopping, the tips below can indeed help make things easier than ever before:

  1. Never go grocery shopping on an empty stomach.
  2. Select canned fruits and tuna that are packed in water, not oil or syrup.
  3. Look at the labels for the words “hydrogenated” or “partially hydrogenated”. The earlier you see them appear on the list, the higher the amount of unhealthy trans fatty acids the food will contain.

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