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The rapid rise in the prevalence of chronic diseases represents one of the major health challenges for the coming century. Cancer, cardiovascular disease and diabetes accounted for the majority of deaths in Lambton County in 2000. These diseases reduce not only the quantity but also the quality of our lives. Until recently, we thought of these diseases as medical conditions that struck an unfortunate few, who were occasionally saved by medical miracles. Now, guided by scientific research, we know that many of these diseases can be prevented by making positive lifestyle changes. The purpose of this manual is to help worksites implement healthy living programs and policies. The healthy living programs focus on the four common preventable risk factors for chronic disease: tobacco use, physical inactivity, unhealthy eating and stress.

Say No To Double Chin

A double chin decorates nobody especially women. Women’s neck must be simply ideal!

But things go on not always as we want. Even young men and women may have such unpleasant problem as a double chin.

The reason that fat accumulates in lower part of the face is not always excess weight. Sometimes even slim men and women have this problem.

Drastic weight loss can also be the reason. In this case skin may not grow short when one lose fat and be weighed down. The reason can be in genetic predisposition of a person or in individual features of face structure.

However the main reason is that fact that muscles become weaker with the age. How to avoid it or slow down the process?

Here are some simple recommendations.

1. Sleep on flat pillows. You may take a special orthopedic pillow that helps your head to be in right position during the sleep.

2. Look for your bearing. Try to keep your chin up. If you sit long before computer screen during your working day strain your neck muscles 10-15 times an hour. This exercise will strengthen your neck muscles and you feel it soon.

3. Make face exercises to make nice line of your chin. Here is the simplest of this sort: Down your head to the chest. Open your mouth wide and slowly up your head. When you fall back your head shut your mouth abruptly. If you feel muscles of your neck and chin then you make this exercise right. Make it 3-4 times a day 15-20 ups and back.

4. Take a contrast shower every day. Direct strong stream to your neck and chin and slowly change the temperature of water. It is very helpful for neck and chin muscles.

Moreover there are some simple rules that help you to decrease this defect using slightly changes in your image.

1. Open your neck that it looks longer and beautiful. Have short hair-dress or hair-dresses that hold your hair up.

2. Make accent in your make-up on eyes or cheek-bones but not together.

3. Do not wear dresses with stand-up collar but with décolleté.

4. Do not wear long earrings not to attract attention to your chin. Try to avoid neckerchiefs and short necklaces.

Your beauty is in your hands. Try these simple advices and exercises to be beautiful.

Good luck.


Get Rid of Acne on Your Chest and Back

Just like facial acne, back and chest acne are very common because there are so many sebaceous glands on these parts of the body. You may also develop acne on your shoulders, arms and even butt. Body acne can appear in the form of whiteheads, blackheads, pimples, pustules, and cysts or legions, which can not only be pesky, but also painful.Body acne is not always easy to treat, especially on the hard-to-reach back area, and is often more difficult to treat than facial acne because body skin is thicker. But with the right regimen, it can be successfully treated. Here are some effective tips on how to get rid of body acne:


1. Wash the acne-prone areas daily using an anti-bacterial soap with a salicylic acid-based cleanser and SD alcohol 40.

2. Gently use a loofah and exfoliating scrub while you’re in the shower to get rid of dead skin cells. Do not scrub the area roughly, which will only increase irritation and inflammation.

3. Wash acne-prone areas immediately after heavy perspiration. Take a shower as soon as you can after you’re done exercising or sweating heavily on a hot day.

4. Keep your facial and body skin clean every day and be careful not to trigger acne or rashes by wearing very tight clothing or heavy backpacks.

5. Wear breathable fabrics, like cotton, in order to induce evaporation of sweat.

6. Use a body cleanser specifically for fighting acne. Something that washes out the debris in your pores to help keep them clean.

7. Avoid using heavy creams and lotions on affected areas.


* Understand that body acne is different then facial acne. The pores on the body are much different than the pores that are on your face, so they must be treated differently.
* If you have long hair, get all of the oil and shampoo out of your hair when washing.
* Change your diet. You need to get more fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds into your diet. These things provide you with a lot of essential vitamins and minerals that will keep your body acne free.
* Stress causes acne. Try to cut down on the stress in your life.
* Keep in mind that it can take up to six weeks to know whether or not your regimen is working, so don’t give up if you don’t see immediate results.


* Don't scrub your skin roughly. It can cause irritation and inflammation.
* Don't pick at the acne because it can lead to further irritation and possible scarring.


How to Get Rid of Scars and Cuts Left by Acne

So you popped a zit, it starts to bleed, and then it turns into a wee scratch. To top it off, a few days later you have this little dry scab. Well, here are some ways to prevent the rupturing of Acne, and a bit of aid in the healing scars.


1. Stop popping! It's tempting, but honestly, it make things worse. If you absolutely must pop, make sure that the area (and your fingers) are clean and disinfected. After you pop, gently clean the area with warm water and a washcloth, then cover the popped pimple with ice for a minute or two. This will reduce the swelling. With a cleaner pop, and a smaller area to infect, you greatly reduce your chances of getting a scab or scar.

2. Keep with your regular acne routine. Continue your routine to make sure that no new acne appears. If you don't have a very regulated method of treating and preventing acne, then it's time to start one.

3. Allow to heal naturally. Sometimes, the best method of dealing with acne scars and cuts is just to let your body do the works. Keep the irritated area clean and use as little make-up on the area as possible.

4. Use a Scar Treatment. For post-inflammatory hyper-pigmentation (brown or red marks on the skin) try something like Neutrogena Advanced Solutions Acne Mark Fading Peel. Mederma is also a good "spot" treatment. For "ice picks" or "crater-like" scars, which are actual dents in the skin, often the most effective treatment is seeing a doctor.

5. Moisturize and protect. Always use an oil-free moisturizer that has SPF. Try Body Guard Exquisitely Light SPF 30 For Face & Body.


* Avoid touching your face. Your hands can transfer additional oil to an infected area.
* Scars tend to be more noticeable on pale skin. You can combat this with a safe self-tanner (not to be confused with tanning booths and/or sun-tanning, which are unhealthy for your skin). You could also buy a natural redness - countering concealer.
* Neosporin is ideal for speeding up healing time thus causing lesser scarring. There is also Neosporin Scar Solution.
* You can use plain yogurt to help fade scars. Apply it to your face twice daily. It will moisturize your face, purify it and your skin will heal much faster.
* Apply aloe vera or vitamin E; it will speed up the healing process.
* Cocoa butter is a rich moisturizer that is very effective. Try Palmer's Scar Serum. It contains Cocoa butter, Vitamin E, Shark Liver Oil,, Silicone and Allium CEPA and is around $15 available from most chemists.
* Use lemon on scars daily. But use moisturizer before going to bed as the lemon may cause dry skin.
* Honey Mixed with lemon & almond oil and milk = acne free
* Moisture helps scars heal, so be sure to moisturize. (but be careful of heavy moisturizers that can clog pores)
* Do TCA peels of 12% three weeks apart. Amazing, effective, and inexpensive.


* Picking at the scabs and scars will only make things worse.
* If your acne ruptures even when you don't touch it, you need to see a dermatologist. Bleeding or excessive acne is not natural, and may be the result of an infection or allergies. Get treatment as soon as possible.
* Acne is caused by a bacterial infections - more times than not. So understand that popping zits only spreads the infection.
* Do not use Neosporin if you are allergic to it!
* Excessive sun exposure without using SPF can make scars darker and more permanent.


Apply Face Make up to Cover Acne

Make-up isn't all that easy to apply, and apply correctly at the same time, especially if you are new to it. Follow this simple guide for applying makeup to cover your acne.


1. Wash your face thoroughly and gently using an acne-fighting face wash in the shower every morning.
2. Pat your face dry.
3. Apply a non-greasy moisturizer.
4. Apply a thin layer of acne ointment to your face and wait 5 minutes.
5. Use an antibacterial product, such as Neosporin, directly on blemishes.
6. Put a thin layer of make-up base all over your skin.
7. Do NOT apply non-medicated liquid foundation as this is one of the worst types of make-up for acne. If you cannot get medicated foundation simply use powder after using (preferably medicated) concealer.Oil-free foundation from the body shop is like tinted moisturiser but better as it contains no oil
8. Apply enough a slightly thicker layer of concealer all over your face.
9. Rub the concealer in well.
10. Apply loose powder and use the loose powder for touch-ups during the day.
11. Use acne-fighting cleansing pads at night to remove makeup and fight blemishes.


* Wait five minutes after the applications to allow the make-up time to dry and set.
* After a gym class or workout session, gently dab a tissue along your face to remove sweat and then follow the above steps.
* Use oil-free make-up.
* think of investing in the oil removing sheets. Clean and Clear sells them but so does CVS and Victoria's Secret. They remove the oil from your face without removing the makeup


* Never use an applicator twice (this spreads bacteria)
* Do not use the manufacturer's applicator as it will put bacteria back in the make up container

Things You'll Need

* Daily face wash
* Moisturizer
* Acne ointment
* Antibacterial ointment, such as Neosporin
* Make-up base
* Concealer
* Loose powder
* Cleansing pads.
* cotton tips


How to Cope With Acne

If you are one of the three fourths of teens with acne and have tried using medicine to no avail, all you can do is accept the fact that you have it and wait it out.


1. Accept that you have it. You are not the only person in the world to have acne. Most people have had acne at some point of their life.

2. Keep in mind that you will not have it all your life. Simply wait for it to go away. Avoid popping pimples, which often leads to scarring.

3. Don't give up hopes for a cure. There may be a medicine invented that is effective on you. Make sure you see a dermatologist regularly.


* Perhaps the problem is that you are only trying over-the-counter medicine. See a dermatologist.
* Get a lot of sleep, keep your face clean and dry and don't touch your face to prevent it from becoming worse.
* Remember the quote: "Try to change something you don't like, and if you really can't change it, change your attitude towards it."


Hide Your Pimples

Acne sucks! It can leave scars and lower your self esteem. But if you know how to, it can be disguised.


1. Wash your face with a gentle cleanser. Don't scrub, wash. Scrubbing will do no good. Use skin toner if you have oily skin, and after you've done that, apply some moisturizer. If you still have some pimples, sanitize them with alchohol and then apply some tea tree oil to help heal the acne.

2. Create a nice base. Apply some tinted moisturizer in a color that matches your skintone. Blend into neck and hairline and make sure it matches your neck and face color. This is really sheer and gives a nice base, and you can't go wrong or have your face look cakey like foundation or concealer can. No dried in concealer for you! MAC and Clinique make some really nice ones, and they last a long time.

3. Conceal, Set and Forget Using either loose powder or pressed powder, use a large powder brush and swirl in some powder. This will set your tinted moisturizer and will work as a very nice concealing powder. Physicians Formula Loose Mineral Powder and MAC Studio Fix are great options. The Physicians Formula one also comes with a brush that works like a concealer brush.


* Make sure that all your cosmetics are oil-free.
* Popping zits can make them worse, and gives them a better chance of scarring, so your best bet is not to touch them.
* If you have dry skin, using moisturizer will actually help acne.
* If you feel you have to pop a pimple, make sure you hands are extremely clean as well as the area you are touching. clean the broken skin immediately, and if you have it, apply spot treatment.
* A green tinted concealer/foundation will neutralise the reddish colour of a pimple and the affected area (similar to how tomato juice can neutralise the green that sometimes comes up on blonde hair).


* This may vary with skin colors.
* Cover up can rub off throughout the day, so carry powder with you.
* Don't touch your face too much, or bacteria will get in.
* Do not use the powder which is lighter color to your skin tone. Use a darker one to blend with red pimples to the color of your skin.

Things You'll Need

* Tinted moisturizer
* Loose/ Pressed Powder
* Large fluffy powder brush
* Cleanser, toner, and face moisturizer.
* Alchohol swabs


Erase a Pimple Scar

Do you have pimple scars on your face or body that don't want to go away? Follow these five simple steps and eliminate scars forever.


1. Leave your pimples alone. Do not pop a pimple or scratch it, this will cause the scars. Instead, leave them alone, and you will reduce scarring to your face.

2. Keep your face clean. Wash your face with a facewash twice a day and apply moisturizer.

3. At night, with warm water, wash your face with a facewash or scrub, then splash with cold water to close your pores.

4. Pour a small amount of tissue oil (try using one with natural ingredients in it) on a piece of cotton wool. (You can also put the tissue oil on your hands, but make sure they are clean.)

5. Apply the tissue oil to your face, applying it equally to each part of your face.Massage it in for 5 minutes, and then leave it until you go to bed.

6. Before getting into bed, take a tissue, and dab your face to remove the oil


* It is best to apply tissue oil every night, for about two weeks. If your scars are not fading, then apply it until you see a change.
* If you are applying tissue oil on your face, use a headband to prevent oil from getting into your hair.
* Tissue oil is not the only thing that removes scars; other creams and moisturisers are available. Use what suits you.


* Do not use tissue oil during the day. If you have oil on your face, and go out in the sun, the oil will heat up on your face and possibly cause more scarring.
* If you have oily skin with pimples present, it is recommended that you do not use tissue oil as this will increase the oil composition in your skin, and this could make your pimples worse.

Things You'll Need

* Facewash/facescrub
* Tissue oil
* Patience