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  • A new semester of school is finally here, which means that you might be facing some stressful times ahead. Whether you’re a chronic biter or a part-time nibbler, there’s no good reason to reach for your cuticles in times of stress. Nail-biting is a common show of anxiety. Some people develop dry skin, others reach for the sugary snacks, and some people, like you, are constantly chewing their nails and the skin around their nailbeds. Not only is this habit unsavoury to watch, it also encourages the spread of germs and it can make your fingers bleed. It can even chip or crack a tooth. If you want to put an end to your nail-biting, here are a few things you can do to stop yourself for good.


  • Walk into any pharmacy, health store or beauty boutique and you’ll find a million and one products to rejuvenate old and tired skin, smooth out wrinkles, brighten tone, and provide deep moisturization. There is no shortage of products on the market for someone who wants to take care of their skin. From the very cheap to the very expensive, each product promises youth and vitality. But unless you have acne or other skin condition, this is all you really need…


  • There are so many ways a movie or film character can stick out in our minds long after we’ve seen them on the screen. Whether they’re remembered for their outfits, their funny one-liners, or their amazing screen presence, everything involved in bringing that character to life is a product of careful planning, writing, and design. So it’s no wonder that sometimes a costume element, such as a character’s nails, is often quintessential to that role. For better or worse, here are some of the most memorable nails in movies and television.