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Friday, May 22nd 2015
You've looked forward to it all year … researched, planned and anticipated. It's finally here—vacation time!
And you're determined not to let anything ruin it.
Unfortunately, no matter how meticulously you plan, there are a lot of things that can derail a vacation. Some are simply out of your control—like delayed flights, lost luggage and perhaps the most infamous of all—the weather.
Wednesday, May 20th 2015
by Arar Han
More hair in the drain? Dry and frizzy hair that just won't behave?
Aging hair can be a pain. Let's talk about how to take care of it—with some Whitney Houston inspiration. You can do a lot to make your beautiful mane extend beyond that "One Moment in Time!"
"All At Once"
We all know about going gray, but hair loss is thought of as something only men have to worry about, right?
Monday, May 18th 2015
Sunday, May 17th 2015
May is Women's Health Month, so if you haven't done anything to take care of yourself this month, then I ask you to take a moment to stop, breathe and be.
My yoga teacher N sometimes reminds us that “we are all human beings and that we should spend more time being instead of constantly doing.”
Thursday, May 14th 2015
If you want to drastically cut your risk of developing melanoma, the most dangerous form of skin cancer, then you have to use sunscreen, plain and simple.
But is it always that simple? It can be, but many people are making major mistakes when it comes to protecting themselves from the sun's dangerous UVA and UVB rays.
Friday, May 08th 2015
I've always adored the style-maven Iris Apfel. I've followed her flamboyant fashions and oversized iconic eyewear since I was in college in the '70s. As a student of textile and clothing design, it was a treat to see what avant-garde outfit and costume jewelry Iris was wearing on the fashion pages or around the streets of New York City.
Tuesday, Apr 28th 2015
The good news is that cases of breast cancer in the United States, which had been increasing for more than two decades, began dropping around the turn of the century and have continued to do so. It's thought that the main reason for this decrease is the decline in the use of hormone therapy after menopause.