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NuGlow® Copper Peptide Serum with MD3 Copper & Antioxidants

NuGlow® Copper Peptide Serum with MD3 Copper & AntioxidantsA silky, blue serum that hydrates as it glides smoothly and evenly across the face and neck. Formulated to benefit all types of skin, this rich blend of MD3 Copper Peptide Complex™ and powerful antioxidants, such as green tea, vitamin A and E, can be used both morning and night to fight free radicals and help promote healthy, hydrated skin. NuGlow™ Serum immediately improves skin texture as it moisturizes, and with regular use, the antioxidant therapy will increase the skin’s firmness and resilience while decreasing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

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Creative Minds: Can Microbes Influence Mental Health?
January 9, 2014 – 6:14 pm | No Comments
Creative Minds: Can Microbes Influence Mental Health?

Creative Minds: Can Microbes Influence Mental Health? While sitting in microbiology class as a college sophomore, Elaine Hsiao was stunned to learn that the human gut held between as much as 6 pounds of bacteria—twice the weight of an adult human brain. She went on to learn during her graduate studies in neurobiology that these microbes [...]

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Study reveals initial findings on health of most extreme runners
January 8, 2014 – 7:20 pm | No Comments

Study reveals initial findings on health of most extreme runners Those of us who feel accomplished after jogging a 5K may wonder what drives more serious runners – marathoners, and even ultramarathoners, who run races longer than 26.2 miles. A pair of physicians believes that learning more about these extreme athletes could benefit the rest [...]

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Study provides glimpse into health of ultramarathon runners
January 8, 2014 – 6:59 pm | No Comments
Study provides glimpse into health of ultramarathon runners

Study provides glimpse into health of ultramarathon runners Researchers have recently published the baseline findings of a longitudinal study on the health of ultrarunners. Above, runners participate in a 100-kilometer ultramarathon in Britain. For some runners, a marathon is not enough. Participation in so-called ultramarathons — defined as any distance beyond the standard 26.2-mile marathon [...]

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Researchers take step toward developing ‘universal’ flu vaccine
January 7, 2014 – 8:18 pm | No Comments
Researchers take step toward developing ‘universal’ flu vaccine

Researchers take step toward developing ‘universal’ flu vaccine Every year, the approach of flu season sets off a medical guessing game, with life or death consequences. There are many different strains of flu, and they vary from year to year. So each season, health authorities must make an educated guess and tell manufacturers which variants [...]

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Study shows happiness and meaning in life may be different goals
January 7, 2014 – 7:01 pm | No Comments
Study shows happiness and meaning in life may be different goals

Study shows happiness and meaning in life may be different goals Would you rather lead a happy life, or a meaningful one? New research suggests that while you can have it both ways, some people find their way along one path or the other. Published in the Journal of Positive Psychology, the study, which surveyed 397 people [...]

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Gender and medical conference leadership
January 7, 2014 – 6:42 pm | No Comments
Gender and medical conference leadership

Gender and medical conference leadership How do you get more women as speakers at science conferences? Invite more to be on teams responsible for creating conference programs. A piece on MedPage Today looks at research on gender representation during two meetings sponsored by the American Society for Microbiology. Tracking 1,845 speakers across 460 symposia, the authors found that “having at least [...]

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Mindful eating tips for the desk-bound
January 7, 2014 – 6:25 pm | No Comments
Mindful eating tips for the desk-bound

Mindful eating tips for the desk-bound Well, January 1 came and went, and so did the first Monday of the new year. So, how are you doing on your 2014 resolutions, if you made any? The San Francisco Chronicle recently spotlighted the common seasonal commitment of eating better. Included in the article are healthy recipes and [...]

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Studying pediatric sleep disorders an “integral part” of the future of sleep medicine
January 6, 2014 – 9:54 pm | No Comments
Studying pediatric sleep disorders an “integral part” of the future of sleep medicine

Studying pediatric sleep disorders an “integral part” of the future of sleep medicine As the new mom of a four-month old, I’ve become obsessed with infants and children’s sleep habits. So I was interested to read a recent entry on the Stanford Sleep Center’s blog about how studying children’s sleep disorders can further discoveries in the field [...]

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A look at dreams in art
January 6, 2014 – 8:45 pm | No Comments
A look at dreams in art

A look at dreams in art Here’s something you may have missed over the holidays: A fun piece on NewScientist.com that uses artists’ renderings to demonstrate how certain cultures have depicted dreams over time and what nighttime imaginings could tell us about ourselves in the waking world. From Homer to Lewis Carroll, Alfred Hitchcock and Salvador Dalí, writers, filmmakers, painters and more have attempted to [...]

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On being a parent with chronic pain
January 6, 2014 – 8:15 pm | No Comments
On being a parent with chronic pain

On being a parent with chronic pain The Atlantic posted a moving piece today written by a mother whose severe scoliosis has left her body in a near-constant state of pain. The author, Rachel Rabkin Peachman, points to a recent review of scientific literature documenting how children of parents with chronic pain are affected by their mothers’ and fathers’ [...]

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