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How to Get Rid of Acne, Pimples, and Other Skin Problems

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Many people believe that pimples are for kids. But this is not true.

Millions of adults are experiencing acne for the first time. In fact, the average age of acne patients has now increased from 20 to 26 years old. (1) And acne rates are rising -- contradicting the belief that this condition is caused by genes.

Eight million people see the dermatologist every year for acne. Today we spend more than $1 billion a year on prescription acne treatments and millions more rely on over-the-counter products that total $100 million in sales every year.


Is There Such A Thing As Healthy Junk Food?

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Can junk food be healthy?

The food industry certainly wants you to think so!

That's why they're creating an increasing number of foods with health claims.

From vitamin-spiked Diet Coke, to whole-grain Pop Tarts, from misleading labels on Tyson chicken, to McDonald's salads laden with high-fat salad dressing, marketing claims abound.

But are these foods actually good for us?


How to Treat Depression Without Taking Antidepressants

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We now have proof of what I've long suspected: Antidepressants don't work.

That's bad news for the millions of Americans who suffer from depression.

This condition can cause a depressed mood; loss of interest or pleasure in most activities, including sex; fatigue; sleep problems; feelings of hopelessness and helplessness; and difficulty thinking and making decisions.

Women have a 10 to 25 percent risk and men a 5 to 12 percent risk of developing severe major depression in their lifetime.

Depression has different causes. And each cause needs a different approach to treatment.


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