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Foundation: choice, types, and application

Foundation: choice, types, and application

Hi girls, I hope you had a nice weekend! Today I will write about foundation, something that most women use, sometimes good sometimes bad … The base is one of the products that help us to give a soft, smooth, and almost porcelain skin, its purpose is to match it and hide imperfections with your […]

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Genetic diseases: father’s age at issue


Aug 9, New York: Scientists have discovered that, like the mother, a late age of the father increases the risk of genetic disease in offspring. “Often the mother is blamed in couples with a child with a genetic disease, notes Professor Lyonnet. It’s not fair. Today, there are enough data to tell men that after […]

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Alzheimers: two U.S. laboratories stopped testing a new medicine


Aug 8, New Delhi: The American pharmaceutical companies Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson announced Monday night stop trials in phase 3 (final) of a new medicine supposed to fight Alzheimer’s disease. Pfizer and Janssen Alzheimer Immunotherapy, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson, said that tests of the molecule “bapineuzumab” in patients with mild to moderate […]

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Swine Flu: Two more deaths in Mumbai, medical experts on alert


Aug 4, Mumbai: The H1N1 virus struck twice in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region, claiming two more life in Mumbai over the past week, has made medical experts to sound an alert and not dismiss it as one of those ailments of the rainy season. Suman Kamble (44) was a healthcare worker, posted at Navi Mumbai […]

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Breast cancer and baby’s higher weight at birth is co-related


Aug 1, New Delhi: Women who give birth to a baby weighing 3.75 kg or more had a 2.5 times higher risk of breast cancer, according to a study published by University of Texas. Radek Bukowski of the University of Texas and colleagues analyzed data from two studies. One of them was conducted with 410 […]

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Pedicure: Tips to do at home


July 28, IBA India Beauty Academy: A pedicure is a way to improve the appearance of the feet and nails included. This treatment is similar to the manicure. In 2010, treatment of the legs below the knees is considered as a pedicure. A pedicure treatment may include waxing, exfoliation, shaving, cutting and shaping nails, applying […]

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Jalandhar: 5-day-old baby dies in hospital as parents fail to pay Rs 200

July 26, Jalandhar: In a gruesome incident that has put humanity to shame, a five-days-old girl child died at a government hospital in Jalandhar after doctors removed her from the incubator because her parents could not pay Rs 200. According to reports, the baby, who was born on July 20 at the Jalandhar Civil Hospital, […]

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Sunscreen products and your skin


July 25, IBA India Beauty Academy: The sun’s rays make us feel good, and in the short term, it makes us look good. But  exposure to sun causes most of the wrinkles and age spots on our faces. Consider this: One woman at age 40 who has protected her skin from the sun actually has […]

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AIDS: The United States promise to eradicate the virus


July 25, Washington: “No child, anywhere, will not be born with the virus,” proclaimed yesterday, Hillary Clinton on the occasion of the 19th International Conference on AIDS in Washington. To loud applause from an audience of 190 countries, the chief U.S. diplomat promised 150millions additional $ U.S., including 80millions for programs to prevent HIV transmission […]

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Aurobindo Pharma gets USFDA approval to market drug for type-II diabetes

Metformin HCL tablets aurobindo pharma

July 24, Hyderabad: Hyderabad-based drugmaker Aurobindo Pharma on Monday said that their anti-diabetic drug Metformin Hydrochloride extended release tablets USP got final approval from United States Food and Drug Administration (USFDA). The company said it was all set to launch the drug in US market soon. Metformin Hydrochloride is a generic version of Bristol Myers […]

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