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  • 9). Love the Skin You're In!  By : Kim Beardsmore
    Your skin is the body's largest organ. It weighs between two and four kilos (or 4 and 8 pounds), covers between one and two square metres (9 to 36 square feet) and completely renews itself every seven to ten weeks, with approximately five million dead skin cells rubbing off on a daily basis. Your skin reflects your state of health and your biological age, being soft and smooth when well-cared for, or dry and flaky when taken for granted.
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  • 11). Safeguard Your Skin  By : Kim Beardsmore
    The harhness of summer and winter can take their toll on our skin's condition. To look after your skin throughout the year in all seasons, use these simple tips to safeguard your skin on the inside and outside of your body. Inside: Drink water steadily throughout the day - at least two litres or 8 glasses. In hot weather you'll probably need more as your body will use additional water to regulate your body temperature.
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  • 12). Basics of Losing Weight  By : Ken_B
    Failed diets and out of control obesity may lead you to believe that losing weight is difficult but it is quite easy, at least on paper. The only thing you need to do is keep the calories that you burn greater than the calories that you eat. So why is this article so long? Your first step is to figure out how many calories you are burning each day.
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    This will come as no great surprise, but did you know that the majority of house fires are the result of cooking? In fact, studies show that cooking results in approximately 400,000 fires every year in single family homes and multiple family dwellings. Add to that the number of fires that go unreported and the total is more like 3.5 million residential fires.
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    Losing weight becomes one of the most popular issues people will discuss nowadays. In fact, there are a lot of people whose metabolism is slow and they cannot really burn the fat within their bodies effectively. This article will attempt to discuss how you can make your body to burn fat in a higher rate.
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