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  1. AKiN'S and Chamberlin's Natural Foods to Offer MelanSol SunscreenRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | PRWeb

    This is the most significant brick and mortar outlet for our sunscreen. We are very excited by how more and more Americans will soon learn how MelanSolA sunscreen has redefined the way skin is protected from over-exposure to sunlight.


  2. Skin Cancer is a Timebomb for New ZealandersRead the original story

    Monday | Scoop

    Dr Louise Reiche, a member of the New Zealand Dermatological Society, has made submissions to the Minister of Health personally and on behalf of the Society supporting proposed amendments to the Health Act which outlaw sunbeds for people under 18. Dr Reiche says dermatologists are seeing an increasing number of baby boomers with a range of skin cancers. People now in their 60s and 70s, spent a lot of time outdoors when sunscreens were of poor quality, less available and seldom used.


  3. Large asteroid, 2004 BL86, to cruise past Earth at safe distanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday |

    On January 26, an asteroid one-third of a mile in size will pass safely by the Earth. Designated 2004 BL86 , NASA says the asteroid will fly past the earth at 'about three times the distance of Earth to the moon.'


  4. Anne Burrell cana t wait for fun in the sunRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Miami Herald

    While average folks are pumped about the South Beach Wine & Food Fest for obvious, palate-related reasons, Anne Burrell has a different agenda. She is looking forward to tanning herself silly.


  5. Hundreds Pay Respects to FordRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | WKJK-AM Louisville

    A service for former Kentucky Governor and U.S. Senator Wendell Ford was held in the Capitol Rotunda in Frankfort Sunday afternoon. His friend Tommy Preston delivered the eulogy, calling Ford a "colossus" who wasn't changed by years in Frankfort and Washington.


  6. The case for sunscreen useRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | Trinadad Express

    The Ultraviolet Index was originally developed by Canadian scientists James B Kerr, C Thomas McElroy, and David I Wardle of Environment Canada. The UV Index was adopted and standardised by the World Health Organisation and the World Meteorological Organisation in 1994.


  7. Seperating Skincare Heroes from the ZerosRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | Health News Digest

    Here's what is certain: There are no firming or tightening products whose results can duplicate what you derive from in office procedures such as dermal fillers, botox, lasers, or cosmetic surgery. Board Certified New York City/NJ Dermatologist Dr. Rebecca Baxt says, "There are anti- aging products or ingredients that do perform significantly better than others and can make a profound difference in the skin's appearance while others are simply "false hope in a jar."


  8. Vitamin D deficiency grows in KoreaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Korea Herald

    A growing number of Koreans are seeking medical attention for vitamin D deficiency, a common condition among those who do not get enough exposure to sunlight, a government report showed. According to the National Health Insurance Service, the number of Koreans who sought medical help for vitamin D deficiency increased ninefold from 2009-2013 - from 2,027 to 18,637.


  9. Three deficiencies ruining your quality of life, and how to resolve themRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 16 |

    At the root of any health issue is typically some type of deficiency that is compromising the proper functioning of the body. With continuously tilled soils, heavy processing, poor absorption, and excessive cooking, it is extremely easy for the body to become depleted of essential nutrients and other life promoting agents.


  10. Touchless Sunscreen Applicator Works Just Like a Spray Tan BoothRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 15 | PSFK

    Nothing says relaxation like the beach or pool, but a day of leisure isn't the time to skimp on sun protection. Between lotions and sprays we can apply sunscreen ourselves or with a partner, but there's often that one spot that gets missed.


  11. Is Sunscreen SafeRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 14 |

    The media has been terrific at spreading allegations against UV or ultraviolet radiation otherwise known as sunshine as quite detrimental to our health. That being said, could you imagine what kind of hit Jimmy Dean would take with their "Mr. Sunshine" ads on television if said allegations were even remotely true? Let's think for a moment.


  12. Keeping pets safe over the summerRead the original story

    Monday Jan 12 | Scoop

    As we move into the hotter summer months and enjoy the longer days and warmer nights, the New Zealand Veterinary Association is encouraging pet owners to keep their pets cool, comfortable, well hydrated and free from heat-related health problems. "Summer should be a fun time for you and your pet.


  13. Don't be fooled by overcast conditionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 12 | The Advocate

    WEST Coasters flocked to their local pharmacies last weekend in search of after-sun products to ease their burning skin. GETTING IN EARLY: Jayse Little , 9, of Burnie, and Samuel Smith, 9, of Alice Springs, apply sunscreen before taking a dip in the Cam River at Somerset yesterday.


  14. Revlon to reformulate its cosmetics products to eliminate toxic chemicalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 11 | The Star Online

    REVLON just got a makeover. The cosmetics giant has overhauled its ingredients list, vowing to eliminate some of the most toxic cosmetic chemicals from its make-up, mascaras and shampoos.


  15. The case for banning non-smart bulbsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 7 | VentureBeat

    Electricity has been terrible for the quality of our sleep. For most of human evolution, the only light that humans saw after sundown was the comforting orange glow of a fire.


  16. New Energizer-branded tech accessories unveiled at CESRead the original story

    Monday Jan 5 | DVDCreation Reviews

    Energizer's latest innovations include new flash drives and memory cards, wireless external hard drives, premium photography accessories, mobile chargers, and LED and halogen lamps. Memory Storage Avenir Telecom will be showcasing a full line of mobile accessories, and introducing an Energizer -branded line of memory storage, including flash drives, memory cards and wireless external hard drives.


  17. Nuforma Naturals Offers Incredible Deal Read the original story

    Friday Jan 2 |

    Miramar, Florida -- Nuforma Naturals announced the addition of their newest health formula Milk Thistle . 220 vegetarian capsules each containing 188 mg of the most potent standardized sylimarin extract 30:1 with 80% total Flavonoids.


  18. Sebastian Bach EngagedRead the original story

    Monday Dec 29 | WENN Blog

    Former Skid Row frontman Sebastian Bach is engaged to his model girlfriend Suzanne Le. The rocker popped the question to the former Hawaiian Tropic beauty on Sunday, which also marked her 42nd birthday.


  19. Skid Row's Sebastian Bach -- No Wasted Time ... Rings Up New GFRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 29 |

    Ex- Skid Row front man Sebastian Bach is still way into rock ... this weekend he put a huge one on new fiancee Suzanne Le 's finger. TMZ caught Bach and his new smoke show leaving Madeo in West Hollywood just moments after he popped the question ... and to say he was beaming hardly does it justice.


  20. Airline pilots can be exposed to cockpit radiation similar to tanning bedsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 28, 2014 | Medical News Today

    Airline pilots can be exposed to the same amount of UV-A radiation as that from a tanning bed session because airplane windshields do not completely block UV-A radiation, according to a research letter published online by JAMA Dermatology. Airplane windshields are commonly made of polycarbonate plastic or multilayer composite glass.