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What Are Ingrown Hairs?

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According to Jessica Johnson, brand ambassador for Completely Bare, ingrown hairs can occur because of two things: when a hair strand curls and grows back into the skin instead of coming through the pores or when it grows sideways into the skin because there is too much dead skin cells clogging up the pores and hindering the right hair growth. Read More →

Gluten-Free Diet May Have a Serious Side Effect

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Years of nutritional research produced findings that have made gluten a pariah in the food world. This is why a lot of people have now gone on gluten-free diets to ensure that their health is in the best condition. However, according to recent research, it looks like a gluten-free diet is not so friendly to your health as previously thought. Read More →

Corneal Inlays – the New Solution for Presbyopia

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Affecting over two billion people worldwide, presbyopia is extremely common in people over 40. Ageing affects the flexibility and thickness of the natural lens of the eye, so as the lens hardens, when looking at close objects, the eye has difficulty focusing light on the retina. As the eye begins focusing light behind the retina, close-up vision becomes blurry. Read More →

Swift, Repeated Walks Might Slow Alzheimer’s Progression

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People suffering from early Alzheimer’s disease can benefit from swift, repeated walks, a new randomized controlled trial shows. As the interest for therapeutic effects of physical exercise for people with Alzheimer’s disease keeps growing, a recent study published this February shows that aerobic exercise for those with early-stage Alzheimer’s disease can produce gains in functional ability. Read More →