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Supervised exercise programs for cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy can reduce fatigue and boost muscle strength, aerobic capacity and emotional well-being, a new study suggests.
A new coffee offering from beverage manufacturer Nescafe includes collagen, aiming to help give coffee-drinkers' skin a boost.
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More and more people in Japan are getting vitamin injections through intravenous drips as this latest health and beauty craze grows.
A new study showing the effectiveness of workplace wellness programs not only encourages spas to promote their wellness efforts to local businesses, but also urges them to implement programs in their own facilities.
By: Peter T. Pugliese, MD
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By: Cathy Christensen
Add some spice to your spa with the stimulating ingredient of cinnamon.
Though some Americans suffering from eczema are finding relief in alternative therapies such as acupuncture, dermatologists are suggesting caution if clients choose to purse this route.
New research from Mintel Beauty Innovation shows more and more people are interested in foods that also have beauty benefits.