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#BeautySchool: How to Deal with Oily Skin

The products you need in your routine.<p><b>Question:</b> Is it possible to get rid of oily skin?<p><b>Answer:</b> "Yes, you can fix oily skin with the right skin care products," says esthetician Shani Darden, whose clients include Jessica Alba and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. "The biggest mistake I see is that the …

Forever young: Meditation might slow the age-related loss of gray matter in the brain

Since 1970, life expectancy around the world has risen dramatically, with people living more than 10 years longer. That’s the good news.<p>The bad news …

Sexual Health

How Bad Is Booze, Really? 6 Crazy Facts About Drinking Alcohol

Ever wondered how many calories you <i>really</i> consume every time you drink? Or how alcohol actually affects your nightly zzz’s? (Spoiler alert: it’s not …

Pharma companies make moves to cash in on party drug ketamine

The drug has shown enormous promise treating depression and other mood disorders<p>Psychedelic drugs have been touted as potential cures for otherwise untreatable mental illnesses such as post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, and even addiction. Recent research suggests that the rave drug Ketamine, …

FDA

8 Things You Didn’t Know About Sexual Satisfaction

• People who have regular orgasms live longer, seem to have less stress and enjoy lower rates of heart disease, breast cancer, prostate cancer, and …

Prostate Cancer

9 Beauty Habits That Give You Wrinkles

<b>Smoking</b><br>Smoking is the most common cause of wrinkles. "There have been studies of twins that showed proof of this in stunning detail," says Joel Schlessinger, M.D., a board-certified dermatologist and cosmetic surgeon and founder of LovelySkin.com. "So skip cigarettes and lose the wrinkles!"<p><b>Your …

Our New Celebrity Hairstyle Crush: The Half Bun

Meet the hairstyle that's taking your bun to new heights.<p>The half bun is the sort of magical hairstyle achieved from indecision: hair up or hair down? Bun or top knot? The result is a hairstyle that can be roughed up at the roots for an easy daytime look or slicked back for a high-impact evening …

'Imaginary meal' pill makes you feel full and burns fat

The pill is able to trick your body into thinking it has consumed large amounts of calories<p>An "imaginary meal" pill is the latest weapon developed by scientists to fight obesity.<p>The pill tricks the body into thinking it has consumed a large amount of calories – as if you have just eaten a …

Childhood Guilt, Adult Depression?

New research shows differences in the brains of kids who show excessive guilty behavior, which may put them at risk for a host of mood disorders later in life.<p>Nicholas Thomas remembers a coat rack. "We were at a family gathering," Thomas said. "I think it was Christmas or something, and we were …

The Brain

Neuroplasticity and Creativity

This article seeks to: 1) Provide insight into the neuroplasticity of creativity and 2) Offer some brain-based creativity boosting tips.To start our …

Creativity

The 7 WORST Foods To Eat At Night

“The single greatest risk factor is, by far, the time that people eat dinner,” says Koufman. She recommends having supper no later than three hours before bed. But even if you manage to do that, be aware that late-night snacking can have the same ruinous effect. If you are going to hit the fridge …

Psychosis – A Dream-Like State Of Mind?

Have you ever thought of psychosis as a dream-like state of mind? Dreaming does actually bear strong similarities with the psychotic state of mental …

Top Ten Cutest Photos Of 2014!

Spread the Cute:<p>It’s already time for the OFFICIAL Cute Overload Top Ten Cutest Photos of 2014. As in year’s past, we stuffed all of the year’s data …

The Zennist

In terms of mental illness, the U.S. is fast going downhill or so it seems if you look at the usual MSM data. But is this really so or are people …

An Amsterdam Field Trip With King Tuff, the Master of Glow-in-the-Dark Rock'n'Roll

We talked to frontman Kyle Thomas about blacklight tattoos and why LA is an alien landscape.<p><i>Photo by Andrew Friscano</i><p>King Tuff likes things that glow in the dark: The band's newest record, <i>Black Moon Spell</i>, came in a special swirly neon-and-black limited edition. The album, fourteen songs of …

New Jersey

My drugged life: I’ve been on antidepressants since 10

My physician dad didn’t want me to struggle like he did. Now I wonder: Can I ever live without these pills?<p>It’s a Monday morning. I’ve just locked the door to leave for work. Then I think, is the coffeemaker turned off? I unlock the door, go back and check. And as I head out the door again, I stop. …

Natural Remedy for Addictions, Cravings and Smoking

• As your body is Addicted to Nicotine, once you quit you’re probably going to have cravings.<br>• Smoking or Chewing tobacco is both a physical addiction …

Drug Addiction

Vaporized Alcohol Is Actually Pretty Good

Bold prediction: In 2015, we won’t drink our liquor. We’ll inhale it.<p>Julie Palmer got the idea for the Vaportini—a device that vaporizes spirits—while traveling in Helsinki. A friend introduced her to the Finnish tradition of dumping vodka over the coals of a sauna, and she found the effect …

Alcohol

Multiple sclerosis could be 'switched off' by retraining immune system

Scientists believe they are close to developing a drug which could 'switch off' autoimmune diseases like Multiple sclerosis by training the body to stop attacking itself<p>Scientists believe they have discovered a way to ‘switch off’ autoimmune diseases like multiple sclerosis or Type 1 diabetes by …

Immunotherapy

A $1 Microscope Folds From Paper With A Drop Of Glue

We have pocket watches, pocket cameras and now — with smartphones — pocket computers.<p>So why shouldn't doctors and scientists around the world have pocket microscopes?<p>Bioengineer Manu Prakash and his team at Stanford University have designed a light microscope that not only fits in your pocket but …

A brief history of psychedelic psychiatry

In the 1950s a group of pioneering psychiatrists showed that hallucinogenic drugs had therapeutic potential, but the research was halted as part of the backlash against the hippy counterculture.<p>On 5th May, 1953, the novelist Aldous Huxley dissolved four-tenths of a gram of mescaline in a glass of …

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20 years later, the band from Nickelodeon’s ‘Pete And Pete’ are going on tour - News - Alternative Press

Nostalgia time! 20 years later, Polaris, the band from Nickelodeon’s <i>The Adventures Of Pete And Pete</i>, are going on tour. The band have only played …

Brain-to-brain verbal communication in humans achieved for the first time

A team of researchers has successfully achieved brain-to-brain human communication using non-invasive technologies across a distance of 5,000 miles.<p>Humans just got a step closer to being able to think a message into someone else's brain on the other side of the world: in a first-of-its-kind study, …

The Brain

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