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Celebrities are constantly changing up their hair and makeup for movie roles and award shows, and reporters often ask them to share their personal grooming tips. But experience doesn't necessarily make them experts, and stars have been known to spread misinformation. From lining the eyes with permanent markers to zapping zits with toothpaste, famous people don't always offer up the most reputable advice. Behold, the most ludicrous celebrity beauty tips of all time. - Andrea Arterbery, Shine …
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Walnuts, when removed from the shell, give the impression of a tiny looking exposed brain. Well, maybe it is a sheer coincidence, but this dry fruit does boost your brain’s health. This nut is packed with many benefits which can help to improve your beauty and health. Do you want to know more about these benefits? Read on to know more about the exciting benefits of adding walnuts in your diet and beauty regime.
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Marine extracts including sea algae, seaweed, microalgae, and sea kelp offer a variety of cosmetic benefits from anti-aging to soothing rosacea. I've researched a wide range of sea algae-infused skin and haircare items including creams, cleansers, toners, masks, shampoos, and conditioners. Click through the slideshow to discover 7 amazing products with marine extracts.
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Like "Towerfall," Japanese-Western stylistic mishmash "Samurai Gunn" is all about 2D, same-screen arena battles, tiny pixelated fighters, fastmoving multiplayer madness, and a target $14.99 price tag. Each, too, has collected a good amount of prestigious awards and critical acclaim -- "Samurai Gunn" was called "Kurosawa's Dream" by Venus Patrol, the IGF nominated it for Excellence in Design, and it's been been featured at PAX Prime, Fantastic Arcade, Wild Rumpus, and even the super-dedicated …
Samoa Air introduced its world-first system late last year, when it began charging passengers fares based on how much they weigh, rather than a set price for each seat. Chief executive Chris Langton said the 1.34 tala (57.5 US cents) per kilogram (2.2 pounds) charge had proved popular over the first 12 months as it meant cheaper fares for most passengers. "People do the sums, that's their first interest" he told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. The World Health Organisation says …
- Exercise can override libido-dulling effects of antidepressants: study
An unfortunate side effect of taking antidepressants is loss of libido and inability to reach orgasm, but a new study finds that this can be mitigated with a dose of exercise, for women at least. Researchers from the University of Texas at Austin recruited 52 women who reported sexual side effects from antidepressants. The results showed that 30 minutes of exercise just before intercourse reduced the effect of the libido-dulling drugs, with women reporting stronger libidos and more orgasms …
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A father's diet influences the health of his offspring, according to a study published on Tuesday that suggests men, like women, should plan to eat and live healthily in the run-up to conception. Researchers led by Sarah Kimmins at McGill University in Montreal, Canada, looked at what happened when male lab mice had a diet that was poor in vitamin B9. B9, also called folate, is present in green leafy vegetables, cereals, fruit and meat. Women often take folic acid supplements, before and …
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To cut your risks of developing dementia by as much as two thirds, a new study suggests following five healthy lifestyle rules. Sticking with four of the five habits could cut your risk of dementia and cognitive decline by 60 percent, as well as reduce your risks of diabetes, heart disease, and stroke by 70 percent. Lead author Professor Peter Elwood, from Cardiff University's School of Medicine in the UK, said switching to a healthy lifestyle had a "far more beneficial effect than any …