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A recent session at the American Academy of Dermatology's Summer Academy Meeting 2010 looked at ways vitamins, medications and food may work to help prevent skin cancer.
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From Executive Chef Jim Palmeri of Mohonk Mountain House, New Paltz, New York
A dozen ingredients commonly found in dietary supplements should be avoided, according to a new report, because they are linked to cancer, coma, kidney and liver damage, heart problems and death.
It is crucial to emphasize to clients the importance of discussing the consumption of any herbal supplements with their physicians.
During the height of wedding season, Repechage founder, Lydia Sarfati (and mother of recently wed Shiri Sarfati), shares tips for your bridal clients to help them make the last two weeks before the wedding go as smoothly as possible.
Image consulting company Avidere LLC offers five tips to help improve your clients' visual resume--their image.
By: Celeste Hilling
The habits of today's clients may be hurting their skin.
By: Jonathan Selzer, PhD
By consuming foods and beverages that encourage internal health, aging gracefully may be possible.
By: Cathy Christensen
This juicy gem brightens the skin and summer days.