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EXUVIANCE PEEL

New anti-aging product to tell you about: Exuviance Firm-NG6 Non-Acid Peel – a peel without the burn. It is a 6% patented NeoGlucosamine® formulation and the complain claims it provides all the benefits of a peel without irritation. It's a firming treatment that's formulated to accelerate cell renewal and plump the skin’s matrix to help firm…
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MAKING A GOOD FIRST IMPRESSION

So you want to make good impressions in life, well there are certain things that allow others to decide in the first seven seconds what they think of you: Experts say the first seven seconds are everything! People sum us up in the first seven seconds we meet them which means we really only have 7 seconds…
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STUDY: INFIDELITY

Not surprised after the Ashley Madison exposure - Cheating - according to a survey on infidelity, 66 per cent of people questioned fear that they are cheated on by their spouses at trade shows and when their partner says they are away on the job. The online survey was conducted with 2,519 adults and a…
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WHAT ‘REALLY’ IS A PATHOLOGICAL LIAR?

So the question is: Why can’t they tell the truth? Well, we now know this: Liars' brains are wired very differently from normal brains. A University of Southern California study of pathological liars shows the first evidence of  differences in the structure of the brain - in the area that let's most people to feel "remorse…
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WHY YOU CAN’T GET OVER IT

Ever wonder why the pain sometimes won’t stop you’re your heart hurts to much? There is a clinical reason why you can’t just stop the hurt. Here’s what the experts say: Has your spouse or a friend ever said “Get over it?” How do you possibly “ get over" the memories of the affair (even if it was years ago?) How do…
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WOMEN’S DESIRE AND EATING

Time Magazine just did a story on how eating affects A woman’s desires. Results? Women may be more responsive to romance when they’re full. That’s according to the results of a small new brain-scan pilot study published in the journal Appetite. The study looked at how women’s brains respond to images of fatty foods on…
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