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on 16 March 2015
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1. Evidence suggests that massage therapy may be useful for some pain conditions such as low-back pain and chronic neck pain.

    • 2. Research has suggested that at least for the short-term, massage therapy for cancer patients may reduce pain.
    • 3. A recent review of scientific literature concluded that massage therapy may help to reduce depression.

    • 4. A 2010 review concluded that massage therapy may help temporarily reduce pain, fatigue, and other symptoms associated with fibromyalgia, but the evidence is not definitive.

    • 5. Several studies on massage therapy in preterm infants have been conducted to determine if therapeutic massage provides any benefits.

    • 6. Massage therapy appears to have few risks when performed by a trained practitioner.

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on 01 December 2012
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Beauty advisers suggest using a natural honey-based face mask to soften skin and cleanse pores. Since honey has anti-bacterial properties, this sticky substance is great for use in natural beauty recipes. The best honey to use is raw, unprocessed honey. Its sugary texture helps for exfoliation, and it doesn’t drip like processed honey.

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