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Cellular Stress May Cause Graying of Hair

Cellular Stress May Cause Graying of Hair Environmental toxins - typically ultraviolet light, ionizing radiation and harsh chemicals - that damage the DNA of the cells that produce hair color are probably what causes hair to go gray, a recent study revealed. Read More

How Stress Causes Weight Gain

How Stress Causes Weight Gain The mounting stress in today's society leads to a vicious descending spiral of ever-increasing weight gain. But the good news is that the spiral is not inevitable and can be reversed and transcended. "In times of economic hardship and stress, people gain weight," said Dr. Sasson Moulavi, a ba... Read More

Winterizing Your Skin

Winterizing Your Skin Once autumn arrives, Michael Panella can be found spending a lot of time outdoors. He loves taking on home projects that allow him to work in his back yard. But, the dropping temperature causes Michael’s rosacea, a flushing and redness of the skin, to flare up. “My cheeks, the bridge of my no... Read More

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