Today, over-the-counter gels containing CBD are for sale everywhere. Do these products offer any health advantages for your skin? The answer, thus far, is yes. Recent studies using rats suggest that transdermal CBD has beneficial anti-inflammatory effects on the skin. If this is also true for humans, then CBD ointments should provide relief to people who suffer from dermatitis (eczema), rosacea, seborrheic dermatitis, and psoriasis. The application of CBD to the skin of mice increased the proliferation and wound-repair chemicals in keratinocytes, which are the epidermal cell that produces keratin. The authors concluded that their results support the use of topical CBD for the treatment of atopic dermatitis and keratin disorders as well as for enhancing wound healing. … [Read more...] about Do CBD Ointments Benefit Your Skin or Brain?
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Social isolation is a multidimensional concept involving an objective lack or paucity of social interactions with friends, family, and the community, and there is "much less consensus on the definition of social isolation." (Fakoya et al, 2020) Both loneliness and social isolation, though, have significant physical and psychological consequences for people and are "serious yet under-appreciated public health risks," particularly in the older U.S population. (Social Isolation and Loneliness in Older Adults, National Academy of Sciences, 2020, which has an extensive bibliography.) This is Part 1 of a two-part post. In Part 2, I will discuss some of the physical and emotional consequences of loneliness and isolation. Special thanks to Judy Salerno, M.D., M.S., president of the New York Academy of Medicine, for suggesting this timely and relevant subject. … [Read more...] about The Geography of Loneliness
Her braided hair was covered using a black bandana that enhanced the richness of the look. Talking about her outfits, she wore two- a white pantsuit and a black camisole paired with an unbuttoned jacket. In the first look, the feather detail was all the accessory required while in the second look, she wore chunky gold necklaces that definitely gave off the bad-ass vibes. … [Read more...] about Rihanna’s Latest Magazine Cover Is A Literal Tribute To The Nude Make-up Gods
Ans: Children with Down syndrome are children, above all else. As babies, they cry and sleep, and as they grow they walk and talk. If you're caring for a child with Down syndrome, you might face some challenges different from other parents. … [Read more...] about World Down Syndrome Day 2020: Down Syndrome And Pregnancy
Here are some tips for success if you want to change your habits: Be specific. Instead of a general resolution like, “I’m going to reduce screen time,” try, “I’m going to put away digital devices during mealtime.” Make it achievable. Changing everything at once doesn’t set your prefrontal cortex up for success. Start with one or two small but influential changes. Think in terms of the three-step habit loop. Identify the cues and rewards and then change the routine in between. For example, the kids start washing their hands for dinner (cue), so you put your phone or tablet in a basket outside of the dining room (new routine) and begin dinner by saying what you are grateful for or sharing “highs and lows” of the day (the reward of connection). Rewards aren’t bad. New Year’s resolutions that require lots of willpower with no rewards aren’t likely to stick. Don’t shy away from healthy and … [Read more...] about Why Reducing Screen Time Isn’t Your Best Resolution