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How to avoid a bad hair day

... aside from avoiding the causes - is to use a good conditioner frequently. To strengthen brittle hair, a protein conditioner is the best option. If you intend being out in the sun, take extra care and use a leave-in condition...

A remedy to overcome dandruff

... it with a regular shampoo and make sure you use a conditioner as well. And if your scalp doesn't clear up within six weeks, it's worthwhile seeing your doctor for either a prescription shampoo or a topical medication....

Intimate Calisthenics: Rock your blues Away

...stress buster, pain reliever, sleep-inducer, hair conditioner and wrinkle remover, and a tonic for the heart// - No marks for guessing! Intimate sex with your partner can provide the much needed succor, for all those nagging hiccups! The NHS helpline says "Forget about jogging round the block or struggling wi...

LG To Market Air Conditioner Capable of Fighting Bird Flu

...ics has said that it will start to roll out an air conditioner that is equipped with a filter made from using an enzyme contained in the "the pungent national dish kimchi" Apparently, //this enzyme will confer protection against the dreaded bird flu virus. "We developed the filter with the aim of protecting pe...

Global Warming Results In Increased Heat Related Illness

... high as 100 degrees and other factors such as air conditioner exhaust and concrete increase the temperature further and prevent cooling. Hence measures should be taken to reduce the emission of green house gasses which trap the heat and increase the ground temperatures. ...

Excessive Use of Cosmetics Leads to Adverse Effects on the Body

... They should be asking themselves 'is that eyelash conditioner really essential?' " Clio Turton, of the Soil Association, said. Among chemicals under inspection are parabens (para-hydroxybenzoic acids) which are preservatives used in products like soap, shampoo, deodorant and baby lotion. Sodium lauryl sulp...

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