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5 Reasons Natives Have Lustrous Locks: Ancient, Indigenous Hair Remedies

Source : http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2014/06/19/anicent-indigenous-hair-remedies-5-reasons-natives-have-healthy-lustrous-locks-155379

Marie Miguel

Have you ever wondered why Native Americans had resilient hair? Or ever asked why, when you see the old pictures of their ancestors, not too many of the older people had gray hair? Or why their hair was so long? Or why even the men had such healthy hair?

The answer is pretty simple and applies to every aspect of their life, which us as American Indians and Alaska Natives who we are. As a people, our ancestors saw their hair as a part of their identity. It was an embodiment of how they lived, … Read the rest

Make these herbal oils at home to prevent balding

Via indiatimes.com

Hair fall causes stress and in turn, stress causes hair loss it is a viscous cycle that you must break out of. Here are some oils you can make at home to prevent hair loss and also reduce stress.

 

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Stinging nettle – Found mostly in the Northern part of India, this plant if not handled properly can cause a lot of harm. You need gloves, knowledge and skills to be able to handle the Monster of the Woodlands, as it is commonly known. But owing to its Read the rest

How do I stop hair fall? Is there an effective hair loss treatment?

This is a question that often men and women formulate to their friends, and mainly to the dermatologist.

Everyone is looking for a hair loss treatment or alopecia that really works and the answer depends on the cause or causes that create hair loss.

Hair loss Treatment in Women

For example, some young women lose a lot of hair due to polycystic ovary known by the acronym of PCOD. This hair loss may be temporary and may also result in hair thinning; in these cases, after an analysis, the accurate solution provides the dermatologist.

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Not just women, overweight men too face discrimination

Via timesofindia.com

Overweight men are just as likely as overweight women to experience subtle forms of discrimination when applying for a job or shopping at retail stores, says new research. 

“We were interested in looking at biases toward men who are heavy in employment settings,” said one of the researchers Enrica Ruggs from University of North Carolina, Charlotte (UNCC) in the US. 

 

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How to stop hair fall

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Hair is about 97% protein. Without enough protein, your body can’t replace the hair that you naturally shed every day and what you do make can be dry, brittle, or weak. You can better your tresses by adding protein-rich foods in your diet like fish, eggs and chicken, pulses and low-fat dairy products.

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Iron: Iron is especially important, because it helps cells carry oxygen to the hair follicles, and too little iron is a major cause of hair loss. You can boost your iron stores with animal sources, including chicken, fish, … Read the rest

Can chocolate lower high blood pressure? Antioxidant effects may help relax arteries

Via dailymail.co.uk

A chunk or two of chocolate a day may reduce high blood pressure, according to U.S. researchers.

They’re testing this in a new trial involving 120 men and women with high blood pressure who are being given 10g of extra dark chocolate and a drink containing 2.5g (about half a teaspoon) of cocoa powder every day for two months.

 

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The researchers, from Boston University, will then measure blood pressure as well as artery stiffness, a marker of heart disease risk. It’s thought the antioxidant effects of compounds Read the rest

Eight more cancers linked to obesity: WHO says excess pounds drives up risk of brain, blood and ovary tumors

Via dailymail.co.uk

  • We already knew 4 cancers were made more likely by excess weight
  • But now the WHO has added 8 more cancers to the official list
  • They include liver, gall bladder, stomach, ovary, blood, brain tumors

Eight more cancers have been linked to obesity.

Being overweight raises one’s risk of being diagnosed with cancers of the stomach, digestive tract, liver, and ovary – among others – international researchers said on Wednesday.

In total, the report in the New England Journal of Medicine adds eight more kinds of cancer to the list of those already known to be more likely … Read the rest

Why you should try body-weight exercises

Via washingtonpostGabriella Boston 

Vibram running, Kangoo jump workouts, slide boards, six-minute abs, shake weights, the ThighMaster . . . fitness trends and gadgets come and go. But one type of exercise has stood the test of time: body-weight training.

“There are so many fads and buzzwords out there, but body-weight exercise is the foundation for everything,” says Elizabeth Brooks, a local personal trainer and owner of Effervescence Body by Brooks. “Pushing and pulling movements and lunging and squatting all translate into functional, day-to-day movement. If you can do a squat, you can get out of a car.”

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New Treatments for Thinning Hair for Women

Via nytimes.com  COURTNEY RUBIN

After 20 years of trying every drug, supplement, diet and procedure for hair loss — including driving four hours twice a week for laser therapy — Lina Telford, a graphic artist, gave up on her “comb over” (her description) and shaved her head. From then on, she alternated between a $1,500 wig and a $4,000 wig.

“When you hear people complain about having a bad hair day, you almost can’t bear it,” she said. “You’re like, ‘Honey, you have no idea.’ ”

 

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New Technique Holds Promise for Hair Growth

Via nytimes.com- DENISE GRADY

Scientists have found a new way to grow hair, one that they say may lead to better treatments for baldness.

So far, the technique has been tested only in mice, but it has managed to grow hairs on human skin grafted onto the animals. If the research pans out, the scientists say, it could produce a treatment for hair loss that would be more effective and useful to more people than current remedies like drugs or hair transplants.

Present methods are not much help to women, but a treatment based on the new technique could be, Read the rest