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New Products Alert!

GAME CHANGERS: Get ready to stress less this fall, because Skyn ICELAND is launching two new saviors for stressed skin! The Arctic Hydration Rubberizing Mask and the Berry Lip Fix will hit ULTA stores and skyniceland.com this fall to transform your complexion and your pucker.     To launch these superstar products, we invited editors ……
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Black tea ‘soothes away stress’

By BBC News | BBC News: Health | Published: October 4, 2006 Scientists have evidence behind what many tea drinkers already know – a regular cuppa can help you recover more quickly from everyday life stresses. The study of black tea – instead of green or herbal varieties – found it helps cut levels of ……
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Brain Is a Co-Conspirator in a Vicious Stress Loop

By NATALIE ANGIER | New York Times: Science | Published: August 17, 2009 View online article » If after a few months’ exposure to our David Lynch economy, in which housing markets spontaneously combust, coworkers mysteriously disappear and the stifled moans of dying 401(k) plans can be heard through the floorboards, you have the awful ……
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SKIN DEEP; If You Think It, It Will Clear

By NATASHA SINGER | New York Times: Thursday Styles | Published: July 28, 2005 American workers are stressed out, and in an unforgiving economy, they are becoming more so every day. STRESS may be inflaming your pimples. And hypnosis may help clear them up. Or deep breathing exercises. Or maybe imagining yourself lying on a ……
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The Secrets of Successful Aging

What Science Tells Us About Growing Older — And Staying Healthy By Tara Parker-Pope, Staff Reporter, Wall Street Journal | Published: June 20, 2005; Page R1 Some stressful events seem to turn a person’s hair gray overnight. Today, the average person in the U.S. lives for nearly 78 years. But what about those people who beat ……
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Stress and Distress May Give Your Genes Gray Hair

By BENEDICT CAREY | New York Times: Health & Fitness | Published: November 30, 2004 Some stressful events seem to turn a person’s hair gray overnight. Now a team of researchers has found that severe emotional distress — like that caused by divorce, the loss of a job, or caring for an ill child or ……
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Always on the Job, Employees Pay With Health

By JOHN SCHWARTZ | New York Times: National Desk | Published: September 5, 2004 American workers are stressed out, and in an unforgiving economy, they are becoming more so every day. Sixty-two percent say their workload has increased over the last six months; 53 percent say work leaves them ”overtired and overwhelmed.” Even at home, ……
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