Negative Thinking or Snake Oil Potions for Staying Young

The fight against aging is just like another drug with which consumers destroy themselves. The dream of immortality has become a mass-produced fantasy. Over the last 100 years, people have bought a slew of snake oil treatments and bathtub cures. Believing that it is possible to maneuver around the inevitable physical flaws that the passing of time creates to our bodies.  The marketing of products and techniques that claim to remedy the processes of aging is a $100 billion industry. It continues to climb. People are filling perfectly good faces with bacterial-made deadly toxins, having surgeons perform multiple invasive procedures...

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Mud Baths, Saunas, and Steam

Mud Baths, Saunas, and Steam

Detoxification is riding the mind and body of unwanted poisons, caused by various factors, including our environment and lifestyle choices. Environmental toxins lurk everywhere; they can be found in our own homes, where bacteria and something as insignificant as household dust can eventually create severe cardiovascular problems. Harmful rays from the sun, and even contaminants in our water can work to create major health problems. Before we even leave the womb we are already exposed to hundreds of toxins. Throughout the course of man, we have looked for natural ways to heal one’s physical and mental ailments. Allowing the earth...

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944 Magazine Miami

944 Magazine Miami

944 Magazine Miami “Dr. Michael Hall A Doctor You Want to See- Dr. Hall goes beyond your average practitioner at Hall Longevity Clinic, taking a holistic view on traditional medicine. In Five Words … You are what you eat. Don’t Miss … The ALCAT test: the most advanced chemical and food sensitivity test will pinpoint whatever ails you, naturally. Did You Know … “Life Card” is the most complete STD work-up. You can flash and show you’re clean. 1680 Meridian Avenue, Ste. 601, Miami Beach | 305.672.4733 hallongevity.com”

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The London Guardian

The London Guardian

The London Guardian Dr. Michael Hall, a plastic surgeon in Miami Beach, said that an age of excess in the industry had come to an end, mirroring wider society. “When it comes to plastic surgery, people are now using more common sense. They don’t want radical procedures,” he said. But while full-on surgical operations might be falling, the number of non-surgical cosmetic procedures is steady or rising. Many plastic surgeons say there has merely been a shift in taste and treatment. Non-surgical operations, such as Botox, lip injections or lasering, are cheaper and becoming more effective. “Women are looking for...

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The Kansas City Star

The Kansas City Star

Michael Hall approached women on the streets and called hundreds more to research his book. But he was always the perfect gentleman. In fact, that’s what he wanted to talk to them about. Does a gentleman have a place in today’s society, he asked? How should a man treat a woman? Do you like a man to pick up the check and open doors for you? Do you like a man who understands a woman sexually? “That was always yes, and most of the time they said they don’t know anyone like that,” says the Kansas City native, 34, single...

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The New Zealand Herald

The New Zealand Herald

The New Zealand Herald They lost their homes and loved ones, but Sri Lankans affected by the Boxing Day tsunami have not given up hope of rebuilding their lives. Kaitaia nurses Terina Gladding and Raina Kitchen have spent 10 days working in relief camps around Batticaloa, on Sri Lanka’s east coast, and came away bowled over by the Sri Lankans’ positive attitude. “They’re so resilient. They want to get on with it and there’s a lot of hope,” Mrs Gladding said. “They have been through a civil war and this is one more thing for them to deal with.” More than 290,000 people...

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Judge’s Decisions  Are Conspicuously Late

Judge’s Decisions Are Conspicuously Late

He meticulously documented several of these acts and reported them to New York state and federal investigators. Dr. Hall’s reports and official documents were reviewed by US Senator Charles Schumer, New York Congressman Jerrold Nadler, and New York State Senator Thomas K. Duane along with Donna Shalala, US Secretary of Health and Human Services, and the Office of Civil Rights; shocked by these revelations, all were highly supportive of Dr. Hall and availed their resources.  Mark Green, New York City Public Advocate supported Dr. Hall’s efforts along with the New York State Department of Health, with whom Dr. Hall filed charges against the hospital’s...

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Tempers flare as public protests spraying for Zika mosquitoes in South Beach

Tempers flare as public protests spraying for Zika mosquitoes in South Beach

Crews were up bright and early for another round of ground spraying in Miami Beach, Thursday morning. The spraying came just hours after Florida Gov. Rick Scott left the nations capital, late Wednesday, to come back to Florida without a bill to fund the fight against Zika. In Washington, D.C., Scott urged congress to pass a $1.1 billion Zika bill. “I’m up here because I want Congress to act soon. I want them to act today,” he said. Wednesday, dozens of protesters shouted, chanted and even cursed at Miami Beach commissioners, during a meeting held to decide whether naled will continue to be...

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Dermapen

Dermapen

What is Dermapen? Minimally invasive procedures are the future of cosmetology, slowly yet steadily taking over the place of surgical techniques that are painful, expensive and require longer recovery. This conservative approach does not require removal of tissue and leaves no scars or marks on the body part that has been treated. It is understandable why patients prefer them over surgical methods whenever they are given the choice – non-invasive treatments do not require hospitalization or the use of general anaesthesia, patients are able to return to their everyday activities very soon after the procedure and the recovery process is...

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