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Jan
25
2010

Organic and Natural: Caveat Emptor

By: David C. Steinberg, Steinberg & Associates

Previous columns have discussed Canadian Natural Health Products regulations but have steered clear of the natural and organic debate, although this author previously published an article that debates animal versus vegetable ingredients, in which he explains that a chemical is a chemical regardless of its origin; a molecule of glycerin is just that, whether from natural sources like animal or vegetable fat, or from petroleum or biodiesel sources.

Dec
31
2009

A Spoonful of Sugar

spooning sugar out of bowl
By: Cathy Christensen

The sweet stuff can be an indulgence for the stomach and the skin.

Nov
25
2009

AAD Addresses Vitamin D-Sun Myths

With vitamin D becoming a buzzword in the health industry, the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) has addressed some of the myths and controversies that are associated with the sun, skin and vitamin D.

Nov
24
2009

Aging and Inflammation

aging hands
By: Peter T. Pugliese, MD

Inflammation is one factor that is known to contribute to the ever-elusive mystery of aging.

Nov
24
2009

The Next Generation of Peptides

finger putting cream on face
By: Lydia Sarfati

Topical skin care is evolving by leaps and bounds, and is offering an alternative to invasive surgical procedures.

Nov
24
2009

Stealing the Limelight

limes
By: Cathy Christensen

Discover why lime's tangy taste and tantalizing benefits will have your clients in a summer state of mind.

Oct
26
2009

Vanilla ... Not So Simple After All

vanilla bean in a dessert
By: Cathy Christensen

Vanilla's flavor and scent may seem common, but it is truly an exotic ingredient for your spa.

Oct
21
2009

Nescafe Adds Collagen-infused Coffee to Its Product Line

A new coffee offering from beverage manufacturer Nescafe includes collagen, aiming to help give coffee-drinkers' skin a boost.

Sep
29
2009

Less Severe Melanoma Linked with Higher Levels of Vitamin D

Potentially arguing the case for people's needfor more vitamin D, a recent study has shown melanoma patients whose bodies contain higher levels of the vitamin typically have less severe forms of the cancer.

Sep
25
2009

Spice Up Your Spa

cinnamon
By: Cathy Christensen

Add some spice to your spa with the stimulating ingredient of cinnamon.