Health Beauty Awards: 13 best makeup products
But she’s against Obamacare, convinced that it will wipe out her meager earnings. Next enrollment season,” she says, “theyre going to sock it to me. LAST PITCH On Tuesday afternoon, Diaz-Dempsey works an extra 10 minutes past her shift at the fair. She had started to gather her things, but then saw the crowds continue to gather at her table and jumped back in, making her three-sentence pitch. “Reina, you’re still here,” admonishes a co-worker. Finally, during a quiet moment, Diaz-Dempsey leaves her booth and heads into the fairs parking lot. A large crowd has gathered at the mini-race track for the Doberman races.
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After months of slathering and lathering, Health editors and a team of pros picked their absolute favorite beauty products for the face, body, makeup, nails, and hair. We selected a total of 45 amazing beauty buys, which aim high, keep it simple, and totally deliver. Here are our favorite makeup products. Bronzer It comes in 12 pretty shades and is packed with jojoba and botanical oils. Gerstein loves that this gloss leaves lips hydrated, smooth and shinynot tacky or goopy. BB cream This does everything but apply itselfit hydrates, evens tone and helps control shine throughout the day, a bonus you wont find in most other BBs, notes Gerstein.
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Dr. Carl Bazil, a neurologist and director of the division of epilepsy and sleep at New York Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center in New York City noted that this study fills a research void. “There’s growing information, mainly in adults, that you need good quality sleep to process and learn new information,” Bazil told Reuters Health. “It stands to reason that, if anything, sleep would be more important in children, but there’s very little information in children about sleep disturbance and learning.” Research has shown that sleep deprivation might affect certain parts of the brain, especially the frontal lobes. The frontal lobes control executive function, which is the ability to make decisions, form memories, plan for the future and inhibit socially undesirable behavior – like fighting with a classmate.
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Sleep disorder multiplies depression risk
Health.com: 7 tips for the best sleep ever Six percent of men and 3% of women had received a sleep apnea diagnosis, the survey found, while 7% of men and 4% of women reported breathing problems on at least five nights per week. Depression was assessed using a standard questionnaire that asked how often during the past two weeks the participants had “little interest or pleasure in doing things” or felt “down, depressed or hopeless,” for instance. Five percent of men and 8% of women had scores indicating “probable” depression, according to the researchers. A complicating factor is that the effects of depression and sleep apnea can be difficult to distinguish, says psychiatrist Michael Weissberg, M.D., co-director of the insomnia and sleep disorders clinic at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, in Denver. “There probably is an important connection between depression and sleep apnea, but it’s hard to sort out who has what,” Weissberg says. “Sleep disruption, particularly insomnia, can be a risk factor for developing depression, and a lot of symptoms of people who have sleep apnea — they feel lousy, they can’t think straight — are similar to symptoms people have in depression.” Health.com: Signs of depression in men The study shows only an association, not cause and effect, and the researchers can’t rule out the possibility that an unidentified factor could contribute to both sleep apnea and depression.
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Dentists helping with sleep disorders
One of the things dentists are now treating is sleep apnea, which can be detrimental to a persons health. This morning, Dr. Sean Moriarty joined WPMT FOX43 morning news to talk more about this. for more information, click here.
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Unfortunately, men are hit with more bouts of disruptive snoring than women. Sorry guys, but even if you don’t think you snore, you probably do. At least there are treatments that can help you stop snoring. Treatment for snoring The most important point to make about the treatment of OSA is that effective treatment requires several related problems to be treated simultaneously. At least the following need to be addressed if you wish to stop snoring: Lifestyle factors The impression is growing that, to a large extent, many cases of OSA and snoring may be related to Western culture.
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Snoring in kids could mean other problems, doctors say
When he sleeps, it sounds like our neighbors are working on their chainsaw. He saws logs. So the statement that breastfeeding longer seems to protect kids from persistent snoring does not hold water. In fact, he has been the sickest of our 3 boys by far. We have a 7yr old, and the one I am referring to is almost 5, the other one is 3. The older and younger boys have been hospitalized once each.
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Remember, the top five are based on your most popular nominations from the call for contenders thread from earlier in the week . Don’t just complain about the top five, let us know what your preferred alternative isand make your case for itin the discussions below. The Hive Five is based on reader nominations. As with most Hive Five posts, if your favorite was left out, it’s not because we hate itit’s because it didn’t get the nominations required in the call for contenders post to make the top five.
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Independence Blue Cross Teams Up With Bon’App and United Preference on Associate Nutrition Program
Please email Karen Mead at email@example.com. CrossFit Inclusive is located at 361 South Street. South Street is located off of Diversion Street at the southeast end of Main Street heading north into downtown (east of the bridge…next door the Skate Park). The seminar is on Saturday, August 17, 2013 at 9:00 until approximately 12:00.
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Nutrition Seminar/CrossFit Inclusive
Once educated, many consumers inherently begin making healthier food choices essential to reducing the incidence of obesity, diabetes, and heart disease.” “Incentives dramatically increase participation and engagement in health-and-wellness-related activities,” said Mark Hall, CEO of United Preference. “Our tailored incentive dollars can only be spent on health-related products and services, encouraging healthy lifestyle, while enhancing the value of any wellness program. Our data-driven incentives, operated jointly with Bon’App, can be implemented by any employer to improve their employees’ health.” In addition to the Bon’App pilot program, IBC offers Farm to You, a farm share program which delivers the healthy benefits of farm-fresh food directly to associates at work. Associates who join receive 12 deliveries of a handpicked assortment of fruits and vegetables, plus a dozen eggs. Each member also gets a free, reusable insulated bag to carry produce and eggs home, as well as a biweekly newsletter with recipes, farmer profiles, and storage tips featuring the weeks produce items.
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How your dog’s digestive system works
High-fiber foods such as fruit, vegetables and whole grains also help you feel full, which can help lower your chance of overeating throughout the day. Keeping a running tab on the fiber you consume can help give you more energy. 3 Hydrate Water is one of those essential elements for a healthy digestive system. Adequate hydration gives your digestive system the moisture it needs to properly function.
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Whether one’s tummy is in knots over a speech or one lacks the guts to undertake something, the fact remains: We think and feel with our guts as much as we do with our brains. Isn’t it logical, then, that a strong and healthy gut will spawn a healthy body and strong mind? Research suggests that the gut micro-flora lining the intestines are much more than just “good” or “bad” bacteria, and that their most important function is to regulate the body’s immune response, especially when faced with stress. This is a two-way street: Psychology and psycho-social factors influence the physiological functioning of the gut, and a healthy strong gut can help one stay mentally agile and fit.
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You need guts to be happy no matter what: The importance of a healthy digestive system for enhanced immunity
The dog’s digestive process involves their mouth, esophagus, stomach, pylorus, small intestine, large intestine and the rectum. The liver and pancreas are also involved in the digestive process. When eating, most often a dog will wolf (pun intended) his food down, swallowing large chunks. This is thought to be a habit from the wild state, the days when the dog’s ancestors had to eat their food fast. As a prevention against acute indigestion, the dog’s stomach has high amounts of hydrochloric acid to break down the chunks passed from the mouth. The dogs stomach also has a good reverse action and can regurgitate food that may be too large.
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