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Rapid rewind

Sure, you love the idea of turning the hands of time back a few hours and reclaiming the face that garnered more than a glance or two in your 20s and 30s, but with family, work and other life happenings demanding most of your day, finding the time to squeeze in a little Botox or filler can get lost in the shuffle.  With the launch of Skin Care...

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Skin, with attitude

What William Shakespeare touched on in “As You Like It” is essentially that we play many parts over the course of a lifetime, and that many of us are always on display—whether we like it or not.   For Kris Mendeszoon, the roles range from being a bustling mom to 13-year-old twins and loving wife to operating Achilles Running Shops in...

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Mission: Organization

While any time is a good time to pull it together in the kitchen, January is “National Get Organized” month. Shining a spotlight on creative ways to keep the clutter to a minimum and still maintain optimal efficiency is Angelo Lardomita, lead kitchen designer at Northeast Factory Direct. “People spend up to an hour a day looking for...

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Micro-needling: The secret to younger-looking skin

The latest technology in skin rejuvenation is actually based on two simple things: needles and nature. Using a cluster of nine small needles, micro-needling makes tiny perforations in the skin that kicks it into healing mode to produce more collagen and elastin, naturally. “We have added this skin rejuvenation treatment to our services at...

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A new way to manage tinnitus

For nearly 15 percent of the population, ringing in the ears, or tinnitus, can range from a mild, temporary annoyance to a chronic, extreme and debilitating condition. Although there is no cure, advances in sound therapy treatment have shown promise. Locally, Drs. Jane Kukula and Ashley Spisak, of Advanced Audiology Concepts, have introduced...

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