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Factors That Affect Your Ph

By NewBeauty Editors March 10, 2015
When we’re born, our skin is the most neutral that it will ever be in terms of pH. The body has a natural alkaline reserve to counteract excess acidity, but […]
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Wrinkles May Foretell The Future

By Leann Harms December 29, 2011
They may not be able to tell you the winning lottery numbers or what the weather forecast is but, according to new research, facial wrinkles may be able to predict […]
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Two Ways To Better A Bumpy Nose

By NewBeauty Editors February 21, 2011
Nasal bumps occur when there is an uneven amount of cartilage, causing part of the bridge to be higher than the rest. A bump prevents a smooth transition from one […]
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Straighter Teeth Through Bone Grafting

By NewBeauty Staff July 7, 2010
With braces requiring years to straighten teeth, accelerated orthodontics has become more appealing to both patients and dentists. And now, thanks to a newly-improved procedure, what used to take ages […]
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Is Your Nose Still Growing?

By NewBeauty Staff June 24, 2010
You’ve probably heard the idea that a person’s nose continues to grow as they get older. However, most plastic surgeons regard this as an old wives’ tale and believe that […]
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Do Retinoids Raise Your Risk For Fracture?

By Marci Robin June 6, 2010
Studies have shown that a high intake of vitamin A in one’s diet, whether through food or supplements, can have an adverse skeletal impact; namely, decreased mineral density and fracture. […]

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