Bracelet Promises to Prevent Sun-Fried Skin

b_250_0_16777215_00_images_obgrabber_2014-01_50e003563f.jpgNetatmo(NEW YORK) -- With bitter cold gripping much of the country, it’s easy to forget about the sun and how it can damage your skin. The new June Bracelet, which hits the market in about five months, promises protection against UV rays, sun damage and premature skin aging. The idea here is that as you wear the elegantly styled gadget -- designed by Louis Vuitton and Harry Winston collaborator Camille Toupet -- a gem-like sensor tracks sun exposure in real time.

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Cameron Diaz Shares Secrets to a Healthy Life

b_250_0_16777215_00_images_obgrabber_2014-01_193f59b25b.jpgAmazon.com (NEW YORK) -- Cameron Diaz is an actress, a model and now an author whose debut book is focused on nothing less than helping women lead their best lives. “LADIES!! I wrote this book for YOU and YOUR BODY… And I’m so excited to share it with you!!,” a makeup-free Diaz holding the first bound copy of The Body Book posted on Instagram.

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Mystery Illness Leaves Boy Unable to Blink

b_250_0_16777215_00_images_obgrabber_2014-01_a7706f4502.jpgKATU/ABC News(NEW YORK) -- At just 3 years old, Corbin Durant has been in and out of the hospital more times than his mother can count. He was born with heart defects, including a heart valve problem, but that is just the first in a host of ailments.  He has low muscle tone and nerve damage, which means he sometimes moves awkwardly.

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High Blood Pressure in Women and Men Not Created Equal

b_250_0_16777215_00_images_obgrabber_2014-01_b2dc8698db.jpgDarrin Klimek/Thinkstock (WINSTON-SALEM, N.C.) -- Treatment for high blood pressure should likely be addressed sooner in women than men, a study out of Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center suggests. According to lead author Dr. Carlos Ferrario, this flies in the face of conventional wisdom that hypertension and its dangers are the same for both sexes.

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Skip High Praise for Kids with Low Self-Esteem

b_250_0_16777215_00_images_obgrabber_2014-01_55f90505bf.jpgTaylor Hinton/Thinkstock (NEW YORK) -- An international team of experts warns that adults should back off from over-complimenting children, particularly if they have low-self esteem. American, British and Dutch researchers say that giving youngsters too much praise when they lack confidence could backfire, making them less inclined to face challenges.

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