prevention

Your Feet May Be The Key For A Lifetime Of Happiness

While conquistador Juan Ponce de León sought for it in the New World, the key to youth and a longer life may be in your feet right now. Research increasingly suggests we should be paying more attention to our feet and keeping them strong. One in three adults over 65 will have at least one fall a...
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A Brisk Daily Walk May Be The Best Prevention Of Alzheimer's Disease

Another great reason to get off the couch and take a brisk walk daily, it may be the best way to prevent Alzheimer's disease. Researchers found aerobic exercise at a moderate intensity could delay symptoms and improve brain function. This new study published in the Journal of the American...
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How You Wash Your Hair May Boost Bouts Of Back Acne

It's one of the most common skin problems, back acne, or bacne as its affectionately called. More than 50% of women experience bouts of back acne over their lifetimes (as well as nearly 40% of men) and while antibiotics or tweaking your diet can alleviate this problem, the way you shower could be...
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This Cooking Oil May Be The Key In Reducing Chances of Alzheimer's Disease

You diet can have a lot of effects on your health. More health experts are looking into certain diets and their benefits, including the Mediterranean diet, which relies on olive oil. Now only has olive oil been linked to a healthy lifestyle, it now appears it is a key element in reducing the...
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Gum Disease Linked With Premature Death In Older Women

There is a lot you can tell about your health by looking at your teeth. Researchers took a look at the health records of 57,000 women over the age of 55 and found that your oral hygiene can be an indicator of your overall health. They found older women with a history of periodontal disease, which...
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