Dyson Is Having a Rare Sale on Its Award-Winning Hair Tools

All products featured on Allure are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission. Sound the alarms — Dyson just surprised us all with its Owner Rewards Event, which is happening right now through December 20. Here's the low-down: All customers who have previously purchased a Dyson product […]

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Try this simple home test to check if honey is adulterated with sugar

Here's a simple home test suggested by Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) A Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) investigation has found that the honey sold by some of the major brands is adulterated. According to CSE, these brands of honey are laced with imported sugar syrup from China as well as manufactured in India. Pure honey […]

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Hair loss treatment: Cayenne pepper and olive oil could increase hair growth

We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights. Hair loss is a problem that affects men and women of all ages and ethnicities. This means that over the years, an array of hair loss treatments has been tested (and some approved) to address the wide-scale […]

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Colorado participated in a federal vaccine-delivery simulation, but 1 of 2 shipments ended up in different state – The Denver Post

Colorado’s health department this week said the vaccine readiness test it recently ran with the federal government was “successful,” but there was a hiccup as one of the two shipments — a mock kit of medical supplies — ended up in another state. The pilot program, which tested the logistics of distributing a COVID-19 vaccine, was led by the federal […]

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Colorado expects first doses of COVID-19 vaccine in about 10 days, local health officials say

Local public health officials expect Colorado to receive the first batch of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine in about 10 days, pending federal approval, and it’s estimated the state will acquire between 47,000 and 150,000 doses through that initial shipment. The first doses of the vaccine, which has not yet been approved for use by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, will […]

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Many Trial Volunteers Got Placebo Vaccines. Do They Now Deserve the Real Ones?

In October, Judith Munz and her husband, Scott Petersen, volunteered for a coronavirus vaccine trial. At a clinic near their home in Phoenix, each got a jab in the arm. Dr. Petersen, a retired physician, became a little fatigued after his shot, and developed redness and swelling on his arm. But Ms. Munz, a social worker, didn’t notice any change. […]

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C.D.C. Officials Shorten Recommended Quarantine Periods

Federal health officials on Wednesday effectively shortened quarantine periods for those who may have been exposed to the coronavirus, hoping to improve compliance among Americans and reduce the economic and psychological toll of long periods of seclusion. Citing the spiraling number of infections nationwide, officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention also urged Americans again to avoid travel […]

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