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  • sreeja s
    Apr 25, 2003
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      Makeup Tips and Techniques

      Eyes: Depending on what you are wearing, try to match
      your eye color to it You might have to mix colors to
      achieve the desired look! The under brow bone color,
      which is the highlight, should be just a shade or so
      lighter. Your arch area, which is in the middle
      crease, should be a shade darker.

      Lips: Try a lip liner about the same shade as your
      arch color. Lip color should be the same texture as
      your clothes. Meaning, if your clothes are of a silky
      nature, then go shiny. If they are of a matte nature,
      then go with frosted.

      Cheek color: Your cheek color should at least be the
      same hue, depending on skin color, as the color of
      what you are wearing. If you are wearing two different
      colors, then find the one that flatters you most and
      bring that out. To achieve this, hold your cheek color
      up to the fabric. This should to tell you how light or
      dark you should apply it.

      Powder: Your cheek color should go on first before
      your final powder for a more natural ,not painted on
      look. ***If you lightly powder your lips with just a
      puff, your lip color will stay on longer. This acts
      like a sealer provided that you don’t keep working or
      pressing your lips together.***

      Apply all of the other necessary things that are not
      mentioned here to achieve a perfect look for any
      occasion. Also, try to apply your makeup in the light
      that you are going to be seen in. This always works

      article by Pamela Conoly


      Know Your Cholestrol:

      "Hardening of the arteries" is the common expression
      for a medical condition known as atherosclerosis.
      Atherosclerosis involves the accumulation of fat in
      the walls of the arteries that supply blood to the
      heart muscle. These areas are susceptible to changes
      such as the development of clots, small areas of
      hemorrhage and spasms, which eventually could lead to
      heart attacks.

      Because cholesterol collects in the arteries, all men
      should have their cholesterol level measured when they
      reach their 30s, according to C. Tissa Kappagoda,
      director of preventive cardiology at UC Davis Medical
      Center. The number to keep in mind is 200 mg/dl
      (milligrams per deciliter). If yours is below that,
      you are in the "desirable" range, and can feel
      comfortable rechecking it every three to four years.

      Levels between 200 and 240 are considered
      "borderline-high" and warrant a closer look. For young
      men in this range - and for all men older than 50 -
      Kappagoda recommends a complete lipid panel, a
      breakdown of cholesterol into low-density lipoprotein
      (LDL), high-density lipoprotein (HDL) and triglyceride
      levels. In general, if HDL (also known as the "good
      cholesterol") is high, it is considered protective
      against high total cholesterol. A low HDL level (less
      than 35 mg/dl) raises the risk of heart disease and
      stroke, even if total cholesterol is in the desirable

      Those with high and borderline-high cholesterol levels
      should take steps to reduce them to less than 200, and
      have their levels checked every six months to a year.
      Kappagoda recommends decreasing overall fat in the
      diet, losing weight and increasing physical activity.

      "I like to look at these changes as a package for
      better health generally, rather than as isolated
      remedies to fix cholesterol," he says. "There are so
      many benefits to following 'heart-healthy' guidelines,
      including lowering your risk for heart disease and
      cancer and looking and feeling better."

      Although cholesterol-lowering medications are
      available, Kappagoda is reluctant to advise patients
      with borderline-high cholesterol to undergo lifelong
      treatment with them if no symptoms of heart disease
      are present. Besides being expensive, medications may
      have unforeseen side effects.

      "I'm always surprised how often just improving diet
      and exercise work to bring down cholesterol levels,"
      says Kappagoda. However, he stresses that people with
      high cholesterol must not merely pay lip service to
      heart-healthy recommendations, but truly "take them to

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      Do you fall in the following Category?:


      • The husbands of women who work full-time may risk a
      reduction of up to 25 per cent in their chances of
      being in good health, according to a recent survey
      conducted by Ross Stolzenberg of the University of
      Chicago. This has been attributed to a lack of 'health
      nagging' by the woman (whose own health, incidentally,
      remained the same whether working or not), but other
      factors to blame include the woman's lack of time for
      organising social events with friends and family (New
      Scientist, September 9th 2000).

      • Research has found that regular jogging and other
      vigorous exercise helps to prolong life and wards off
      impotence in men. The Massachusetts Male Ageing Study
      concluded that men who did the equivalent of a
      two-mile brisk walk a day were three times less likely
      to become impotent (the London Times, September 8th

      • A recent study claims that short bursts of exercise
      can be just as beneficial to men at risk from heart
      disease as a more arduous and lengthy session, so long
      as the total amount of exercise is the same. The
      research, carried out at the Harvard School of Public
      Health and led by the epidemiologist, Howard Sesso,
      indicated that physical activity need last no longer
      than 15 minutes to reduce the risk of heart disease
      (the London Times, August 22nd 2000).


      • Isoflavones - chemicals present in soya - may be
      toxic and could lead to breast cancer, brain damage in
      men and abnormalities in babies, according to senior
      scientists at the US Food and Drug Administration
      (Metro, August 14th 2000).

      • Sage is a natural remedy long known as effective in
      treating both hot flushes and night sweats due to its
      anhidrotic (reduces sweating) properties (the London
      Times, July 25th 2000).

      • A survey completed by Professor Joel Brind, of the
      University of New York, indicates that having an
      abortion could increase the chance of developing
      breast cancer by as much as 30 per cent (the London
      Times, August 14th 2000).

      • Eating less and taking more exercise could reduce a
      woman's risk of developing breast cancer, according to
      research carried out by Grazyna Jasienska of
      Jagiellonian University in Cracow, and Inger Thune of
      Norway's Tromso University (the London Times, March
      9th, 2001).

      • The rising age of mothers may go some way towards
      explaining the increase in diabetes, according to
      Edwin Gale and colleagues, at the University of
      Bristol. They found that a mother over 45 was more
      than three times as likely to have a child with
      diabetes as those under 20, and that for every five
      years in age, the chance of the mother's child
      developing diabetes increased by 25 per cent (the
      London Times, August 11th 2000).

      • Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) may keep ageing
      womens' memory in good shape. Elizabeth Hampson at the
      University of Western Ontario tested the memories of
      96 menopausal women and found those taking oestrogen
      performed significantly better on verbal and spatial
      tasks (New Scientist, January 6th 2001).

      • Although asthma isn't common in postmenopausal
      women, a new study documented in Time magazine reveals
      that those who take HRT increase their risk of
      developing the illness by 60 per cent (Time, November
      6th 2000).

      • The female sex hormone oestrogen could prove
      beneficial in helping people with schizophrenia
      recover from psychotic episodes, according to a
      preliminary study by Jayaashri Kulkarni, a
      psychiatrist at the Dendenong Psychiatry Research
      Centre in Melbourne (New Scientist, March 3rd, 2001).

      • A study of women over 65 has found that even a
      little physical activity such as walking protects
      against loss of mental function. Kristine Yaffe and
      her colleagues from the University of California
      discovered that a quarter of the least active women
      observed suffered cognitive decline (New Scientist,
      May 12th, 2001).

      • In a study of men and women with bladder cancer,
      Ronald Ross and colleagues at the University of
      Southern California School of Medicine, Los Angeles,
      discovered a threefold increase of risk among women
      who used permanent hair dyes regularly for 15 years or
      more; temporary or semi-permanent dyes were found to
      pose no risk (New Scientist, March 2001).

      • Research has revealed that where women usually sniff
      out mates with genes for immunity that differ from
      their own, thereby increasing their chances of healthy
      offspring, those on the contraceptive pill unknowingly
      select men whose genes for immunity are closest to
      their own. The study, by Claus Wedekind, a Swiss
      scientist from the Universty of Bern, indicates that
      the pill may interfere with a woman's sense of smell,
      and, consequently, her ability to select a suitable
      mate (New Scientist, February 10th, 2001).

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