How A Pair of 7 For All Mankind Jeans Can Affect Men's Health

Nov 20, 2013  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

While breast cancer gets a whole month dedicated to everything you could possibly buy in a garish shade of pink, Movember celebrations are a little less of a public spectacle. Or maybe it’s just that guys look better rocking a mustache than women do running around in head to toe fuchsia.

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Zap Harmful Toxins With Airocide Air Purifier

Nov 13, 2013  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

With everything from pollen and dust to mold spores and pet dander floating around your home, just waiting to get sucked into your lungs, you're going to want a top-notch air purifier — especially if you have allergies. Though many models on the market are ugly and take up room, the Airocide Air Purifier looks more like a piece of modern art.

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Sensoria Fitness Smart Socks Reinvents the Fitness Tracker

Jun 26, 2013  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

You may have a slew of fancy running gadgets, like pedometers and apps, but they can't really help you in bettering the quality of your run. Startup company Heapsylon is trying to fill that gap with their new Sensoria Fitness Socks, which is a new kind of wearable technology designed to let you know when you're running incorrectly.... Read More

Is Hybrid Yoga the Next Big Thing in Trendy Fitness?

Apr 9, 2013  |   Contributor: Lena Katz

Yoga these days has gone so far beyond Hatha and Vinyasa. Hybrids are all the rage, as multi-certified instructors figure out how to combine it with other practices like martial arts, dance, swimming and more. Aside from the obvious health and wellness benefits of incorporating yoga into your lifestyle, many of the formerly specialized yoga types are finding a new user base as people look to stretch their bodies and psyches to challenging new places. From hardcore to low-impact, and from tasty to downright silly, this list comprises all of our favorite hybrids that are currently on the market.... Read More

Losing Focus? Stick to Your New Year's Resolutions With These 5 Easy Tips

Feb 28, 2013  |   Contributor: Tina Stewart

Only a few months have passed since we proclaimed our New Year's resolutions on January 1st, but that is plenty of time for the motivation needed to keep them in place to start wearing thin. A lifestyle or health regimen that once seemed so excitingly hopeful may now be hindered by the reality of long work hours, family, or plain old procrastination. If your New Year's resolve is slowly breaking and you are beginning to revert to last year's habits, below is a list of five simple suggestions to help you keep your promises.... Read More

What Is Gluten?

Dec 12, 2012  |   Contributor: Annalisa Solari  |  1 Comment

If you haven’t been living under a rock for the past decade, then you’ve probably heard of gluten – particularly the gluten-free, celebrity and health nut diet craze. While you may have started to avoid gluten like the plague, how much do you really know about it?... Read More

5 Foods for Boosting Brain Power

Nov 20, 2012  |   Contributor: Nicolle Keogh  |  1 Comment

The holidays are coming up, and with all of the stress that comes with entertaining and shopping for the luxury gifts you plan to shower your friends and family with, you’re going to need to hold on to your sanity. That means getting enough sleep, exercising, and keeping a balanced diet— one that your brain, specifically, will benefit from. We already know what foods are best for upping your fiber intake or curing a cold, but what items in your pantry will boost your brain power? If this question has been at the tip of your tongue for a while now, relax your boggled noggin and read on to find out.... Read More

Essie Opens First Flagship Salon in New York

Jul 9, 2012  |   Contributor: Carolyn Hsu

On June 26, beloved nail beauty brand Essie opened its first Flagship Salon inside the newly renovated Samuel Shriqui Salon on Manhattan’s posh Upper East Side. Located at 65th and Madison, this is the first stand-alone salon from the brand. The location was hand-picked by the brand’s founder, Essie Weingarten. She was already a frequent client of the... Read More

What is Ayurveda and How Can it Help You?

Jun 8, 2011  |   Contributor: Stefanie Payne  |  3 Comments

Ayurveda is an ancient medical system that was developed in India approximately 5,000 years ago. "Ayur" and "veda" are two Sanskrit words that mean "knowledge of living." Ayurveda is often referred to as the "sister science" of yoga, and it’s believed by many to be the basis of several therapeutic approaches like aromatherapy, massage, energy therapy, and yoga postures.... Read More

MSG Linked to Weight Gain

Jun 3, 2011  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

MSG, the food additive that is often associated with migraines and found in preservative rich American foods and Asian cuisine, has been found to increase the waist line. A study conducted in China followed men and women around for 5 ? years, and... Read More

No Sports Drinks for Children and Adolescents

Jun 1, 2011  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Pediatricians have come out against children and adolescents using sports drinks and energy drinks as a form of rehydration after exercise. A new report published in the journal of American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), states that these drinks,... Read More

USDA Changes Icon Pyramid

Jun 1, 2011  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

The U.S. Department of Agriculture is changing its face of nutrition. The iconic pyramid, which showed which food had the hierarchy status of “nutritious”, is being replaced by an easier to understand plate icon. The USDA believed that the pyramid... Read More

BMI Not as Accurate as Waist Size in Predicting Heart Disease

Jun 1, 2011  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

The BMI, or Body Mass Index, has become a number that most are obsessed with, and watch closely to determine their risk of diseases; however, a new study has shown that a high BMI is indicative of a low risk of heart disease. Those who scoff at... Read More

What are Phthalates and Where Are They Found?

Jun 1, 2011  |   Contributor: Stefanie Payne

Phthalates (AKA phthalate esters, bisphenol A or BPA and phthalates) are added to plastics to increase their flexibility. When plastic becomes brittle, it means that phthalates are no longer effectively bonding to the plastic. Used in hospital equipment, adhesives, ice trays, plastic wrap, flooring, plastic containers, furniture, wallpaper, shower curtains, and many other things made of vinyl or PVC, phthalates are everywhere.

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Sensitive to the World’s Gadgets

Jun 1, 2011  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Are you experiencing headaches, nausea, a rash, fatigue, or fainting spells? If so you may be experiencing what some are calling “electrosensitivity syndrome” from being too close to electromagnetic radiation. While this isn’t a medically... Read More

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