Seeing your hair strands falling off on your shoulders or sticking to your soapy hands while bathing could be a loathsome sight for you. While losing close to 100 of those everyday is reckoned to be normal, you might have to perform a closer inspection of your diet, or your nutrient deficiencies for that matter. A recent study just made news by exposing a potential connection between hair loss and
By Mary Frances on Jun 25, 2015
The latest issues of Details magazine has published an article clamining women like to see visible veins more than six-packs. The magazine boldly stated, “Vascularity is the new six-pack!” It adds that the cephalic vein that runs throughout the forearm is the most attractive. Veins in various areas are found attractive, but they are difficult to achieve due to the need for shockingly low body fat.
By Kate Mckibben on Jun 10, 2015
In the first quarter of 2015, the growth of luxury home prices has been very dismal. Luxury homes are defined as those occupying the most expensive five percent of houses on the market. According to Redfin Research Group, sales of homes in the million dollar plus range surged in the initial three months of the year, remaining steady in the face of an economic slump. However, luxury homes did not s
By Kate Mckibben on May 29, 2015
It’s bee season. No, you don’t need a smoker or a veil for your face, but you’ll want to crack open the dictionary (please excuse the light humor meant for the beekeepers among us). The 88th Annual Scripps National Spelling Bee takes place this week in Maryland, with a new champion speller winning the coveted crown on Thursday. “This is an unparalleled journey in word exploration,” Paige Kimble, t
By Barry Eitel on May 28, 2015
For the first time in years, more teenagers are using tobacco products. But it is not cigarettes or cigars. Instead, they are smoking electronic cigarettes, otherwise known as e-cigarettes. According to the New York Times, a report shows that 400,000 additional young people used a tobacco product in 2014, making a total of 4.6 million. This is the first increase in this statistic in years, though
By Kate Mckibben on May 27, 2015
Andy Beresford is the director and founder of Home Leisure Direct , a leading UK games company. He is passionate about the power of games to improve quality of life and family relationships. In this article he explores how playing games with your children can help them to achieve at school. The first thing that most parents turn to when their child is underachieving, or when they are keen to help
By Perl Watson on May 27, 2015
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Joe Kukura is a freelance writer with four years experience covering Bay Area news with NBC Bay Area and SFist. He enjoys long walks in the projects, his iPad is completely smeared with fingerprint splotches, and he has served on multiple small business' Boards of Directors.
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