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Earwax, also known as cerumen in medical terms, is nothing but a defense mechanism of our body to protect the inside of the ear from foreign materials as well as water and infectious pathogens. It is generally yellowish, waxy material that helps lubricate, clean, and protect the lining of the

high heel | Longevity LIVE

High heel shoes might seem like a fashionable item to wear regularly, simply because they make you look and feel sexy. Well, studies say that you may need to reconsider how often you choose to wear those stilettos. When they say that fashion is painful, they’re not joking. Wearing high

exercise clothes [longevity live]

Exercise clothes are everywhere, from online to your closest shopping mall. Are they overrated? That’s debatable. It’s a given that as soon as you walk into a new and trendy gym, you’ll find so many people in their neon or floral print yoga pants, tight futuristic tank tops, and specialized

fashion | Longevity LIVE

It’s a sentence we’re heard thousands of times – fashion isn’t about comfort, it’s about looking good. We see it on the runways, we’ve seen it countless times while re-watching The Devil Wears Prada and Ugly Betty – if that was your guilty pleasure TV show. And even though we’ve

fashion | Longevity LIVE

Everyone loves a great fashion item. Unfortunately for the fashion-lovers among us who live for these, the mantra beauty is pain may be more than just a catchy slogan. In an effort to stay ahead of trends and avoid being a fashion victim, we may be jeopardizing our health. Read

fashion brands [longevity live]

Fashion brands, beauty and sports industries are finally starting to make a difference in our environment. The effect of fast fashion and plastic wastage is taking a toll on our sea creatures. It’s time that the culprit brands and our communities come to the party. This year, we’re seeing more of

fashion | Longevity LIVE

Fashion Revolution Week 2018 will mark the fifth year of Fashion Revolution, the world’s largest fashion activism movement founded to radically change the way our clothes are sourced, produced and purchased. It also marks five years since the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh, where 1,138 people were killed