20 Sep 2014
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It’s a bad habit and one that is often difficult to break. People usually bite their nails from stress. Think of the expression, “A real nail-biter!” It’s also a habit that can begin in childhood and become hard to shake. Regardless of its origin or reason, nail biting is a no-no. No matter how often we wash our hands, dirt and germs collect under our nails and when ingested can lead to illness, tapeworms and worse. And, stubby, bitten nails are not attractive nails. 
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20 Sep 2014
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Skin health is a significant part of total body health—and one that is often overlooked. Our poor skin cells are out there on the front line suffering from the sun’s harmful rays, from abrasions, rashes and from our poor dietary choices. Studies show that taking care of our skin is a vital part of our overall health—and to our sense of wellbeing and confidence. Keeping skin clean and moisturized, using proper sun protection lotion and maintaining skin through diet and exercise, are all important factors in achieving good skin health. 
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19 Sep 2014
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Running is an excellent source of exercise and also a great way to relieve cramped muscles caused from computer use. Doctors recommend 30 minutes of daily exercise and a run before or after work can have you covered. Our bodies were made to move—not sit still—and running is a perfect anecdote to our sedentary, modern lifestyles.
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01 Apr 2014
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Whether you are 28 or 88, everyone wants to look their best. Some spas are taking note of their growing customer base and marketing directly to seniors. For example, Spa Inc offers their Spa-On-Wheels service in which they set-up portable spa services right in seniors’ homes and centres. “The reaction has been overwhelming,” says Sandy Kay, owner of Spa Inc.
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