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Skin Microbiota and Your Health
Two decades ago we knew very little about the role of the microbiome in human health. Most studies have focused on gut microbiome. Now researchers are focusing on the skin microbiome—with fascinating results.
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Pills or Paleo? Preventing and Reversing Acne and Other Skin Problems
Acne and skin problems may not be life-threatening, but they’re associated with depression, anxiety, and social isolation. Paleo offers a safe and effective way to prevent and even reverse them.
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5 Reasons Why Nearly Everyone (Even Vegetarians) Should Eat Gelatin
There are so many amazing benefits from eating gelatin, including improvements in digestive, skin, and mental health. So why aren’t we eating more of it?
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How Paleo Makes You Look Younger, Sexier and More Vibrant
Did you know that the Paleo diet not only fosters a healthy body in terms of weight loss, but health in terms of hair, skin and nails? Read on for more.
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Up-And-Coming Medical Apps
Technology has the potential to improve our health if we use it correctly. Learn which apps can help you get healthier in the new year.
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5 Uncommon Uses for Probiotics
Our understanding of how probiotics work is evolving. Here are five different uses for probiotics that are a bit unconventional but may be quite effective.
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Nutrition for Healthy Skin: Omega-3 Fatty Acids, Biotin, and Sulfur
Contrary to what many conventional doctors and dermatologists may believe, nutrition plays a critical role in the health of your skin.
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Nutrition for Healthy Skin: Vitamin A, Zinc, Vitamin C
Certain vitamins, minerals, and other beneficial compounds are effective at treating skin conditions and improving one's skin.
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Throw away the sunscreen!
Two independent studies published in the Feb. 2005 issue of the prestigious Journal of the National Cancer Institute squarely contradict the popular myth that UV light causes melanoma.
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