Sugar – Less is more!

Sugar – Less is more!

Sugar – Less is more!

My husband and I were shopping at Costco’s trying to find the items we use on a daily basis in bulk. One of these things were sugar. We’ve tried every type of sugar out there. From simple sugars, to sweeteners, to raw brown sugar, etc. We stumbled upon a huge bag of Organic Sugar. Immediately, we grabbed the bag because of two reasons:

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Six NEW Complexion Saving Skin Care Tips

Six NEW Complexion Saving Skin Care Tips

The Obagi.com official website has a great post this week about these six bad skin habits. And these are not your obvious tips like, & Stay out of the sun’s; Drink plenty of water to stay hydrated.

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9 Common Questions About Sensitive Skin

9 Common Questions About Sensitive Skin

Many people claim to have sensitive skin because they have experienced irritations, including: stinging, burning, tightness or redness after using a skin care product. However, dermatologists diagnose sensitive skin when: there is very dry skin that doesn’t protect nerve endings, frequent blushing and redness occurs and when reactions su2ch as, skin bumps, erosion or pustules develop. Here are 9 frequently asked questions about sensitive skin!

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Asbestos In Schools: Questions Parents Can Ask

Asbestos In Schools: Questions Parents Can Ask

Whilst asbestos was once thought of as nothing more than a highly useful building component it is now known worldwide as a dangerous substance and in the 1990’s the UK government has banned its use.

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All About TMJ

All About TMJ

According to Delta Dental, more than 15% of American Adults suffer from some type of chronic facial pain including headaches, earaches or jaw pain. Most of the source of this type of pain can be related to the temporomandibular joint caused by TMJ. 

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