One of the most obvious signs you’re getting older is changes in your skin: fine lines, wrinkles, and loss of volume that develop due to a decrease in the production of two important structural proteins (collagen and elastin), diminished hyaluronic acid (a skin compound that holds in moisture), and changes
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These commonly used natural compounds protect your body and brain from the ravaging effects of aluminum poisoning. Research has shown how these natural substances can prevent and/or treat aluminum’s toxic effects.
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We know a lot about skin—how to take care of it, protect it, and treat it when something goes wrong. But perhaps the most important thing to remember about skin is that it is constantly changing. Those changes are normal and healthy most of the time. Sometimes, however, they are
Whether we are aware of it or not, our skin is engaged in an around-the-clock fight against forces from within and without. Regardless of the direction from which they come, if these conditions, disorders, and diseases prevail, even on a temporary basis, the results can be painful and unsightly. Box
During the past 12 months, skin cancer and skin disease research advances have been reported in record numbers. Almost every week, another step has been made toward diagnosing, treating, and preventing conditions that can affect all of us.
As a result, cure rates have never been higher. The overall five-year survival
The Folklore. Filberts and hazelnuts (also known as cobnuts and hazels) are different names for the same tree and its small, sphere-shaped nut. The English named it hazelnut, and then French settlers came to call it filbert because the nuts would begin to ripen around August 22, St. Philibert Day.