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Jan
21
2008

Spa, MD: Striking a Balance

By Paul Hester, MD

Adaptability and focus are the keys to fostering a successful balance between medical and esthetics in a medical spa.

Jan
16
2008

New Ingredients in Cosmeceuticals Aid in Improving Skin

Recent research shows that the addition of ingredients such as niacin and peptides can help treat various conditions in mature skin.

Jan
14
2008

Exercise May Help Decrease Inflammation in Skin Tissue

University of Illinois researchers have found that exercise can aid in decreasing the inflammation of damaged skin, helping to heal wounds.

Jan
10
2008

Yoga Can Aid Well-being in Sick and Healthy People

Recent studies from India and Sweden indicate yoga offers multiple health benefits.

Jan
08
2008

Too Much Perfume Might Signal Depression

Researchers from Tel Aviv University have found depression can supress womens' sense of smell.

Jan
04
2008

Web Site Surveys Most Profitable Services in Medical Spas and Practices

The market analysis Web site Feed-back.com has released survey research on what services are found to be most valuable in dermatology, medical spa and plastic surgery facilities.

Jan
03
2008

More on Healing Herbs

Brew up richly scented herbal compresses with recipes from three Asian countries.

Jan
03
2008

The Stomach and the Soul

Learn how tasty menu offerings are becoming part of the essential spa experience directly from the spas themselves.

Jan
03
2008

The Stomach and the Soul: Incorporating Food and Drink in the Spa

By Cathy Christensen

The integration of nutrition into your spa could result in benefits for both your business and your clients.

Jan
03
2008

How-to: The Sedona Sacred Clay Energy Restorer Ritual

By Jill Winberg and Angela Lingenfelter

Bring a bit of the desert into the treatment room with this re-energizing experience.