Think Jessica Sanchez on Idol Top 3.
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Forty million Americans suffer from chronic sleep deprivation each year. Now, researchers at BUSM have identifiedan important enzyme in the brain that regulates the wake-sleep cycle. This discovery could help lead to the development of more effective sleep aid medications.
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Did you know it’s not just your skin, but that hair shows your age too? With shifting hormones, changes in your diet, certain needs, and external sun and styling damages, your hair takes a beating.
Luckily, there’s a way to have beautiful hair everyday- from the inside, out. Eating healthy is the key because the saying is true, You are what you eat!
Eat lots of dark leafy greens, omega-3 fatty acids found in Salmon and Avocados, and antioxidants found in your super fruits. And, if you ever think this is too much food, try one packet of BeautyScoop a day. It has all of the essential vitamins and minerals to help you glow from the inside, out.
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Sun protection is one of the most important parts of anti-aging skincare. Every morning before work you should apply sunscreen to your face, neck, décolletage, and any other exposed body part.
And make sure to protect your children from sun damage too!
Long sleeves and pants and a wide brimmed hat are perfect for soft and susceptible baby skin.
For sunblock, Dr. Yagoda recommends EltaMD, a physical sunblock containing zinc, which is the only ingredient that’s safe for infants under 6 months old.
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As a voice teacher, it is crucial that I refer my students to a top-notch doctor. Dr. Yagoda is a remarkable diagnostician, exceptional in her accuracy and on target with her treatment plans for my students. As a plastic surgeon, Dr. Yagoda has helped numerous friends with corrective issues, as well as helping with innovative anti-aging treatments. Her office is modern and elegant, and reflects Dr. Yagoda’s personal style and warmth as a compassionate healer!
Badiene Magaziner, www.voice-teacher.net/, The Juilliard School
Nose Job news: Egyptian lawmaker, Anwar al-Balkimy, resigned after he fabricated a story that he was badly beaten, just to cover up that he received a cosmetic nose job procedure.
If you are considering a rhinoplasty, make sure that you ask your doctor to see “before” and “after” photos prior to signing up for rhinoplasty surgery!
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First impressions are lasting. When employers are deciding between two prospective employees, they often pick the one who is more attractive. Why not be your very best?
You do not need to undergo surgery to refresh your appearance. Simply ask about fillers and injections that can make you look younger and more refreshed within minutes of treatment without surgery and without downtime.
Call the office today, 212-434.1210
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Oscar-winning actress Rachel Weisz’s commercial for L’Oréal was banned in the UK for being misleading. They say she was photoshopped/ airbrushed so her complexion looked smoother and more even than it already is.
What do you think of misleading ad campaigns?
Should advertisers be limited to only show the true capability of beauty products?
This year’s beauty trend is “coming home from the party.” That’s right ladies, tousled hair, smudged eyeliner, and dewy lips are in. The best part? Freeing up time to beautify elsewhere. Natural is all the rave and Dr. Yagoda understands natural. All-natural BeautyScoop is the fastest, easiest way to get beautiful, shiny locks, strong, sexy nails, and the glowing skin you’ve always wanted for that “I look beautiful straight out of bed” look.
Read more about the latest fashion trend in a 2012 article entitled “You Can Fall Out of Bed and Look Good.”
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Celebrities may be beautiful and well-spoken, but they’re not health and beauty experts. A recent report from the non-profit organization Sense About Science discovered that many celebrities are repeating medical and cosmetic advice that is based in fiction, not fact.
It’s fun to hear what stars have to say about their beauty and health regimens. After all, they’re famous and alluring-we want to hear what tricks they’ve got up their sleeves! But it’s important to be aware that their advice may not be medically sound. From royal sister Pippa Middleton’s comment about using a cold rinse to “close the pores” of her hair and “give it a lift and shine” (hair doesn’t have pores!) to actress Juliette Lewis’s assertion that “coconut water is pretty much the most hydrating thing you can drink” (try water!) to supermodel Gisele Bundchen’s vehement hatred of “synthetic” sunscreens (even though they are rigorously tested and safe), these ladies are full of well-meaning quips for healthier lifestyles-but they’re not exactly authorities on these topics.
Before you take their advice, make sure you verify the accuracy of their recommendations with someone who is truly knowledgeable about integrative health and beauty–Dr. Michelle Yagoda, a Facial Plastic Surgeon, ENT, and co-creator of BeautyScoop. Here’s to a year of beauty and wellness!