Exercise can ward off chronic disease and help you maintain your independence and mobility. But the older we get in the United States, the less active we are, according to a study published Sept. 429 more words
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My family history of Alzheimer’s Disease and dementia popped this news item up onto my radar screen.
Before considering problems with high blood pressure, let’s understand what it is. 534 more words
I have written about the benefits of Vitamin D a number of times. You can check some of the links at the end of this post to read further. 1,269 more words
As baby boomers move into their 60s and 70s, they’re slowly facing the realities of aging. While the previous generation was counselled to slow down once grey hair and wrinkles took hold, the advice for this group will be different because new evidence suggests slowing down actually speeds up the aging process. 774 more words