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Lisa Sigell's Health Watch: Resolution Revolution (1/8/16)More info on Lisa Sigell's Health Watch (1/8/16)
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New Salon In Brentwood Could Save Women Big Bucks In Hair CareThe brand-new Base Color Bar in Brentwood is the creation of master hair colorist Haleh Lekkos, where patrons pay $49 to get their base colored.
Resolution Revolution: Find Your 5 Foods To Lose WeightIf you want to drop the pounds and diets haven’t worked, you might want to take a leaf out of Kyle Wong’s book. He found five healthful foods that he turns to and has lost the weight.
Woman Takes Her Excruciating Pain Diagnosis And Finds Ways To Help Others"She's an angel walking on Earth," said Diana Puig.
Santa Monica Mother Learns Of Unexpected Cause Of Her CavitiesDry mouth affects millions, causing constant thirst, cracked lips, and bad breath. But for one Santa Monica woman, it was also the root cause of tooth decay
Celebrities Join Movement To Raise Awareness Of Symptoms Of Type 1 DiabetesA campaign aimed at raising awareness of diabetes has gained traction online with many, including celebrities, participating.
Her Pink Nose Has Helped Raise A Lot Of Green For Breast Cancer AwarenessJuliana Figueiredo turned her own battle with breast cancer into inspiration for others.
Implant Can Help Patients Solve Sleep ApneaOne in five adults suffer from sleep apnea, but surgery is usually not an option – until now.
Can't Sleep? Herbal Tea And Acupuncture Could HelpFor the chronically sleep deprived, getting a good night's sleep can seem like a tough task. Many people desperate for ZZZ's begin to look to prescription pills. But sleep specialist Dr. Mao Shing Ni -- or Dr. Mao, as he's known to his patients -- says there are a number of ways to get your sleep schedule back on track with herbal remedies.
Delving Into The Science Of Sleep In Search Of A Good Night's RestA good night's sleep is not only deeply refreshing, but also good for your health.
Implants Can Change Eye Color, But Are They Worth The Risk?Iris implants are not approved by the FDA, so doctors in the United States don't offer them.

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