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Kathleen Turner
Kathleen Turner (1954—) The sultry, husky-voiced actress made her name starring in movies like ‘Body Heat’ and ‘Romancing the Stone,’ but she also serves as an advocate for people who, like her, suffer from rheumatoid arthritis. It’s an autoimmune disease that can hit young and middle-aged people, and although there’s still no cure for it doctors can now offer more options for controlling symptoms.

It took a while for her to get a correct diagnosis. “I thought I was dying. My feet weren't working, my arm wasn't right,” Turner told USA today. “I couldn't turn my head and no one could tell me what was wrong. They wanted to do exploratory surgery and I wasn't wild about that. Finally, I went to my GP and he took blood and found out what was wrong." Turner was originally told that s...View full story
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If you have trouble getting cool in summer or if you sweat a lot during exercise, try using sandalwood oil as a splash on cologne. Sandalwood oil has cooling properties and is used in many Asian countries to cool the body when no air conditioning is available. It smells great and works as a natural coolant on the skin. It’s also great for acne, eczema and other skin problems that can be caused by sensitivity to heat. Regrettably, due to over cultivation in India, it's very difficult to find good quality sandalwood oil, unless you happen to visit the Mysore Provence in India or Dubai- where they sell all sorts of essential oils and fragrances.. Still, even diluted versions that can be found in the USA work pretty well to keep you cool in summer months. Try shops that sell incense or Indian goods, and if possible purchase the Mysore brand which regulated by the Indian Government and is the most pure oil available in most cases.


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