Lifestyle and environment - Skin, sun, hair, nails

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Summer strolling

Is this another reason we feel fitter and healthier in...

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What your face says about your health

“You’re the picture of health!” It’s a common compliment based...

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Hair repair

Is your crowning glory less than lustrous these days –...

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How much sun do you need?

Vitamin D is important for good bones. Young children that don’t...

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Most of us don’t need vitamin D supplements...

An analysis by University of Auckland researchers shows that unless...

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New app aids early detection of skin cancer

A new health app, Firstcheck, allows people to get suspicious...

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Research roundup: Vitamin D

The role that vitamin D plays in helping to prevent...

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From ‘Oh, no!’ to glow: Does diet boost...

Some people are blessed with the even tone and smooth...

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Ask the experts: Dry skin

Q. "I get cracks on the corners of my mouth all...

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Ask the experts: Dry hair

Q. I have really dry hair. Can food help? A. Senior nutritionist...

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Ask the experts: Nails

Senior nutritionist Rose Carr investigates the role food plays in...

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Ask the experts: Tea, coffee and dry skin

Q: "Can you tell me if decaffeinated coffee and tea...

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Behind the science: Vitamin D

We know this vitamin is crucial to our health but...

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Science update: Vitamin D

Over-exposure to the sun has the potential to kill us,...

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Fact or fiction: Cellulite is a build-up of...

Don't we all hate this statement? Cellulite isn't even a...

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Science update: Skin cancer

HFG senior nutritionist Rose Carr brings us the latest updates...

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Eight steps to healthy skin, hair and nails

As dietitian Cindy Williams explains, beauty really does come from...
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