In my first blog post, I asked you to think about small steps you could take that would make a great impact on your life and health; transforming negative energy into positive energy, how’s that coming along? By no means is this an easy task but we must practice in the direction of improving our health one step and one day at a time.
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Rave About Skin Blog
I openly admit it’s been years since I’ve had a professional manicure. I also confess to having no particular interest in nail polish or long nails. As it’s been ages since I’ve whiffed the smell of formaldehyde (from being in the nail salon) or my nails being anything but transparent, it was totally unexpected my response at the mall (check this out).
I read an article yesterday about some new research that looked at mortality rates among white men and women diagnosed with melanoma skin cancer. The study included 26,000 young men and women ages 15-39 diagnosed with Melanoma between 1989 and 2009. Research showed the mortality rate for men was higher than for women. Even in patients with the thinnest tumors, men were still twice as likely to die when compared to their female counterparts!
I find that most interesting and alarming at the same time!
why do you think that is?
Hello skin ravers! and how are you today?
I wanted to tell you about a good friend of mine, Ellen Williams who is a licensed massage therapist who specializes in Ortho-Bionomy.
What is Ortho-Bionomy you ask?