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Press Release of the Day

Wednesday, April 30, 2008
By Chris Boutet The National Post Here at at the Posted news blog, we get dozens, hundreds, perhaps even scads of press releases sent to us every day — but only one can be great enough to be crowned Press Release of the Day.… continue reading

Lip Blam, Gloss Found To Increase Skin Cancer Risk

Wednesday, April 30, 2008
(eCanadaNow) – According to a doctor from Baylor University Medical Center, lip balm and gloss increase the risk of skin cancer in women. Dermatologist Christine White has come out and stated that lip balm and lip gloss actually increase your risk of skin cancer.… continue reading

Higher Doses of Vitamin D Needed to Prevent Cancer

Wednesday, April 30, 2008
By David Gutierrez (NaturalNews) Experts are increasingly pushing for higher daily recommended intakes of vitamin D, saying that while current amounts may prevent signs of deficiency, they are insufficient to provide a protective benefit against cancer. Vitamin D is an essential nutrient produced by the body when ultraviolet radiation from sunlight strikes the skin.… continue reading

Sun lamps help unborn babies beat osteoporosis

Wednesday, April 30, 2008
Sarah-Kate Templeton, Health Editor Women due to give birth in winter should use a sun lamp during the final three months of pregnancy to protect their child from osteoporosis in later life, doctors have suggested. They made their recommendation as research found that children born to mothers whose final three months of pregnancy included a summer month were 40% less likely to suffer the bone-wasting condition in adult-hood.… continue reading

Beauty: Tanning = White Trash?

Thursday, April 24, 2008
Article: Randolph Johansen After consulting a few beauty experts, it seems that the trend of tanning may be a thing of the past. Three critics had rather harsh words to say. “There is a new truism in the beauty world and that is: tanning is trash.”… continue reading

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