Finally — A Foot Cream That Really, Really Works on Dry, Cracked Skin!

I could dunk my feet into a tub of olive oil for hours, and the next day my soles still would feel–and look–like sandpaper.  Sandpaper might even be softer and smoother! I’ve recently learned that the soles of our feet don’t have oil glands, and it didn’t help that I’ve rarely used cream or lotion on mine. What’s more, the skin on our feet loses elasticity as we age, which can lead to painful cracks on our soles and pads.  I can personally attest to that. Continue reading “Finally — A Foot Cream That Really, Really Works on Dry, Cracked Skin!”

Smarter care: Focusing on consumer engagement for better health outcomes

Consumer behaviors have dramatically changed the healthcare landscape, and expectations of technology are at an all-time high. We are living in a time when technology is rapidly transforming our quality of life. Following the trend of other industries, health information will become more intelligent, easier and more natural to use. Providers and consumers need streamlined, adaptive workflows that are “aware” of all factors — clinical, social, environmental and geographic — that affect health and personal engagement. Continue reading “Smarter care: Focusing on consumer engagement for better health outcomes”

Forget Botox Injections and Cosmetic Surgery – Natural Beauty Is Here At Last

Let us face it; practically everyone would like to look as young as they possibly can, particularly once they reach their mid thirties or early forties. For the most part, it’s around this age that people first begin to see the appearance of fine lines, especially around one’s eyes, and once those first lines appear, they seem to get worse with each passing day. Continue reading “Forget Botox Injections and Cosmetic Surgery – Natural Beauty Is Here At Last”