Adding fish to your diet may ward off Alzheimer’s

Adding fish to your diet may ward off Alzheimer’s

Did you know that 5.1 million Americans are affected by Alzheimer's? This disease affects the brain. The Radiological Society of North America recently shared the findings of a study that stated consuming fish baked or broiled once a week may ward off Alzheimer's. This study was recently…

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Malnutrition is a hidden epidemic in older Americans

Malnutrition is a hidden epidemic in older Americans

Malnutrition is a widespread problem for many, but is noticed to be affecting an increasing number of older Americans. The problem is so dangerous because there are few detectable symptoms in the early stages. The nutrient deficiencies can creep up and severely affect many older people. The homeless…

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Live healthier - coconut, olives and avocados

Live healthier - coconut, olives and avocados

The healthy fats and oils are absorbed into the blood by the digestion process and converted to fatty acids. Healthy fats and oils are a good source of energy. They help the brain function, promote blood clotting, absorb vitamins, and safeguard against inflammation. Monounsaturated fats and…

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Five Cancer Preventing Foods that Help You Live Longer

Five Cancer Preventing Foods that Help You Live Longer

Modern opinions (and science) as it relates to food and health can be a confusing subject. Today’s gluten-free diet can just as easily become tomorrow’s Atkins. Do some searches online and you’ll find just as many people advocating for the Paleo diet as there are dismissing it.…

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A guide to healthy living

A guide to healthy living

Healthy living is largely dependent on two major things – our food eating habits and lifestyle. Both are very important in determining how much healthy lifestyle we live. If we have a sedentary lifestyle and we eat healthy, we cannot expect the same results. Here’s how you can ensure…

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal tunnel syndrome is really common nowadays and most of the people don’t take it seriously and think of it as just a pain in their wrist and hand because of a cramp or something. However, this is a serious condition and can even limit the activities of our hands in the long run. Therefore…

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Healthy Ways To Cook Cauliflower If You Are Working Out 3

Healthy Ways To Cook Cauliflower If You Are Working Out 3

It has been known that when you are exercising, it is important that you also see what exactly you are eating and in our series of articles, which has been dubbed ways in which you can be able to cook a cauliflower, we have focused on Cauliflower and the benefits that it has. In this article we will…

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Dealing with the Stigma of Mental Illness

Dealing with the Stigma of Mental Illness

When a person is mentally ill, a lot of people start avoiding them. Mental illness does not necessarily have to be chronic for it to become socially unacceptable. You may be going through a rough patch in your life resulting in the mental instability. This mental imbalance may make you a little…

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Tips for healthy and long life

Tips for healthy and long life

There are many advices, researchers and discoveries that can make you a healthier person. Also, there are three pillars. They are: nutrition, sleep and exercise. In order to live healthy, you must follow rules for all three pillars. For example, if you exercise every day, but you eat only junk food,…

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Awareness of Healthy Living

Awareness of Healthy Living

Today, medical research has made us more aware of the benefits and downfalls of our lifestyles than we ever were. In the past people didn't know about the nutritional content in their foods or the harmful effects of the different aspects of their lives and this kind of information could only be…

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People who divorce have a higher risk of heart attack

People who divorce have a higher risk of heart attack

According to the recent study, that included more than 15.000 people, divorcees have the higher risk of heart attack. This is even worse among women, and they barely reduced that risk even when they get married again. Apparently, the chronic stress that is a part of any divorce has a long-term…

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Electronic cigarettes

Electronic cigarettes

If you decided to stop smoking, well done. If you seceded, even better, but this is very hard and many people simply cannot stop smoking. Because of that, they found a new vice, electronic cigarettes. They should give you the same feel as regular cigarettes, but shouldn’t be harmful. Between…

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HOW TO MANAGE A HEALTHY DIET AT A LOW BUDGET

HOW TO MANAGE A HEALTHY DIET AT A LOW BUDGET

It is difficult to afford a healthy diet when one is on a tight budget. In fact the major reason why people eat unhealthy foods is because high cost. However, there are tips and tricks on healthy eating at a cheap cost. These include creating a grocery game plan, meal planning, purchasing produce…

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Another Change in What’s Considered Healthy Eating

Another Change in What’s Considered Healthy Eating

Suddenly, cholesterol is okay to consume. Well, “good” cholesterol that is. Annually, if not as often as daily, Americans are confronted with research findings of what is okay and what is not okay to consume. Diet this and diet that, eat this but don’t eat that; America’s…

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Stay Healthy With The New Age Fitness Apps

Stay Healthy With The New Age Fitness Apps

Obesity, stress, lack of healthy way of life and improper diet habits are just a few of the reasons why most people don’t feel ‘in shape’ anymore. The good news is the coming of the new age fitness apps that pledge to keep you on your toes, promising a fitter and better body.…

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Opioid Abuse can be Dangerous for People with Chronic Back Pain

TOpioid Abuse can be Dangerous for People with Chronic Back Pain

According to a latest study, people who suffer from chronic back pain, and have anxiety or depression, have 75% higher chance for opioid abuse. The study was published in the Online first edition of Anesthesiology, the medical journal of the ASA (American Society of Anesthesiologists). Researchers…

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Experience the Age Gracefully

TExperience the Age Gracefully

Nobody can pinpoint one thing that makes us age, however there have been numerous endeavors. Furthermore, endeavors at revealing to you one thing to help you live more! Be that as it may, they ought to all concur that a sound way of life can defer cell weakening and keep our bodies solid and…

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