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New York dermatologist Valerie Goldburt, MD, PhD, offers simple skin strategies based on the latest dietary guidelines.
Share these tips with your staff and clients, and explain how being grateful for the good things in life can help ward off depression and actually improve physical health.
Yoga and stretching both work to ease back pain, a new study suggests.
By: Cathy Christensen
This less-popular sibling to the apple and pear offers a unique touch to your facility's menus.
Mindfulness is a therapeutic technique that can help clients—and skin care professionals—manage the stress they feel in daily life.
Marion Simms, owner of SkinSense Wellness Spa in Los Angeles, explains the role pH-balancing and probiotics have on healthy skin, and how you can work with clients to ensure that they can take advantage of these benefits before, during and after your services.
The guide to eating a healthy meal is based on latest science and addresses perceived shortcomings in U.S. government’s MyPlate.
Any exercise that gets the heart pumping may reduce the risk of dementia and slow the condition's progression once it starts, according to a Mayo Clinic study.
An ever-growing body of research shows how the complex link between the skin and the psyche—including the role of stress—affects skin conditions.
Exclusive commentary from Helen Lee of Chicago Healers explains five steps to relieve client stress while they are at your facility. Providing this type of relaxation can help make you spa irreplaceable on their priority lists.