A few years ago, I attended a cataract surgery conference in Florida. This conference was created by some of the top cataract surgeons in the country and marketed as “cutting edge.”
As usual in these conferences, the female to male percentage was about 30-70%. To say
Remember being told that if you sat too close to the TV you would end up needing glasses?
This is a myth that dates back to the 1960s when General Electric sold new color TV sets that emitted up to 100,000 times the radiation considered safe.
I'm not sure what finally got the fire under me to do it, because for a while now I've been meaning to extract several known and unnecessary toxins from my family's home but just haven't gotten around to it. Maybe it was the third story
After much talk about Donald Trump’s failure to release any of his health records, today he appeared on the Dr. Oz show to reveal some much-anticipated answers.
Except, in typical Donald Trump fashion, he didn’t reveal much of anything.
For the record, this is NOT a politically
Johnson & Johnson is a trusted name whose baby powder has long been a staple of many homes. The powder absorbs excess moisture and protects skin from chafing and irritating rashes. Women in particular use it as a part of feminine hygiene.
Now we are being
I’ve been curious as to why crystals are so popular today. Like many, I appreciate the beauty of a crystal or gemstone, especially as wearable art.
Crystals are nothing new of course - they date back thousands of years and are an intricate part of many
Dr. Annie joins Ellen Leyva and Colleen Sullivan at KABC Los Angeles to share trends in eyelashes and eyebrows!
Dr. Annie's Favorite Lash and Brow Trends:
Magnetic Eyelashes: www.onetwocosmetics.com
Flirt Lash Applicator: www.flirtcosmetics.com
Eyelash Conditioner: www.grandecosmetics.com
Eyebrow Conditioner: www.revitalash.com
Eyelash Curler: www.lauramercier.com
A new study shows a clear link between the hours of screen time kids have and their risk of diabetes. I talked about this and other risks of screentime on Better CT, along with tips for parents of kids of all ages!!
Most of us know that the at age 50 we should start getting our routine colonoscopy. The good news is that this recommendation has led to earlier detection and higher survival rates for those over 50 with colon and rectal cancers.
So what’s the problem? Turns
We know that carrots are good for the eyes…but did you know there are actually several foods that promote good eye health? Doctor Annie joins Better Connecticut to share her top 10 foods for healthy eyes. Watch to find out more!
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