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While old age and death are linked in the dominant American consciousness, too often for African-Americans, age does not predict when death will come knocking.As freedom fighters, we must work together because there is no Black future without Black youth and Black elders working together in solidarity.
No one wants to sell me clothes, or sports equipment, or books, or make up or champagne, or a hybrid car, or a trip to the Bahamas.I'm baffled and stymied by this.
When we think of aging we often worry about wrinkles, gray hair and crow's feet.But what we often forget is that our brain is aging, too, just like everything else.
Assisted suicide franchises for people over 50 will spring up replacing plastic surgery as the only alternative to aging.Aging gracefully is a bore and the term "age appropriate" gives me hives.
Your body might have been able to handle knocking back a few drinks when you were younger but as we get older, our bodies can't handle alcohol as well.According to the , your sensitivity to alcohol can increase with age, thanks to lower levels of water in the body.
Japanese culture, which holds its elderly population in high regard, even has a special word for “old people smell:” Kareishu.Truth is, “old people smell” ― while arguably not the nicest or most respectful way to talk about our elders ― is a real thing.
They often tell us to love ourselves the way we are while pushing weight loss and wrinkle creams.”Fashion has slowly but surely done a better job at being more inclusive and accepting of race, size and age.
Jane Fonda, Sharon Stone and Alfre Woodard have been in the Hollywood spotlight for decades, but they say it's only now, after age 50, that they're having the time of their lives.The three actresses are the covergirls for AARP The Magazine's June/July 2016 issue available today.
It's the all dermatologists agree you should do (other than wear sunscreen).The list of their anti-aging benefits is impressive: They increase collagen production, help make your pores appear smaller and boost cell turnover to even out discoloration and brighten your skin tone.
Oz has a site devoted to them, Christiane Northrop wrote a book she titled Goddesses Never Age, and the Huffington Post provides anti-aging advice.Oz suggests that his anti-aging tips can help us live to be 100.
The message is clear: The sun’s rays are sinister—they’ll not only make your skin age faster, but they also come with the very proven risk of leading to more serious diseases, like skin cancer.You May Also Like: Sunscreen Is Now Getting Sued—Should You Be Part of the Class Action?
What you used to do: You did the bare minimum of washing your foundation off before bed, but you left your eye makeup on.(Today's mascara is tomorrow's eyeliner, right?
Two years ago, non-profit entrepreneur Leila Janah strolled into a small marketplace in Northern Uganda in search of a cure for her parched skin.She came across Nilotica balm, a cold-pressed oil which is derived from the locally grown Nilotica nut.
) That being said, she's starting to notice the signs of time on her face, so anti-aging products are now a priority.After applying a prescription acne medication, she uses either ("when I'm feeling really oily") or D.
As a woman with a hectic lifestyle -- professional or personal -- you need to ensure that you are putting in the right fuel for your body.What you need to do is find out what works for you and what you enjoy.
There is a massive industry dedicated to selling the idea of anti-aging.Look no further than the mythological personification of our anti-aging obsession, vampires.
Especially as we age, experiencing new environments, meeting new people, and seeing (and eating) new things can give us a fresh perspective.Consider a local road trip.
I'm not sure but I sure hope it is.That decade had some trying times (adulting), but I survived them and think I'm stronger because of them.
7 ounces, this gold-kissed cream is currently back in stock on Sephora.Although online reviews at the retailer have so far been largely positive, dermatologists told HuffPost there are several reasons to be cautious about using it.