Look After Your Dog During a Lockdown

Look After Your Dog During a Lockdown

#pet #dog #lockdown #COVID Many experts believe and the emerging data are proving that many of the problems caused by COVID-19-related lockdowns are resulting in much more human misery, both short- and long-term, than the virus itself.  A recent study reveals that the vast majority of people with animal companions feel their pets helped them […]

Enhance Your Brain Power

Enhance Your Brain Power

#brain #power The Big Q: Is your brain health may be slipping away thanks to modern life and hyperconnectivity? The Big A: By following these 7 simple guidelines, you can nourish, not diminish your brain. As follows: Exercise is a great way to enhance your brain power Eat Real Food Unplug, relax and stop with […]

America’s First Lady Credits Healthy Living in Fight Against COVID-19

America’s First Lady Credits Healthy Living in Fight Against COVID-19

#FirstLady #healthy #living #COVID19 After America’s First Lady, Melania Trump fought off COVID-19, she espoused “a more natural route” of vitamins and healthy eating, saying it helped her recover. A healthy diet, vitamins and “fresh air” aided her recovery, while focusing on her family, friendships and work kept her morale up, she said. President Trump, […]

COVID-19 Fatigue is Real and Spreading

COVID-19 Fatigue is Real and Spreading

#COVID19 #fatigue “What are your plans for 4 November, when COVID-19 will be officially over in the media, and we re-elected President Trump and the technocrats leave DC?”— Paul Ebeling America’s healthcare officials are concerned that people are becoming really tired of following the restrictions and precautions they have declared needed to contain The China […]

Mexico Addresses COVID-19 Coronavirus, Bans Junk Food

Mexico Addresses COVID-19 Coronavirus, Bans Junk Food

#coronavirus #Mexico #bans #junkfood Mexico Tackles COVID-19 Coronavirus with Junk Food Bans for Minors Underlying health conditions like obesity, heart disease and diabetes have emerged as Key factors in COVID-19 severity and fatalities. Obesity 2X’s the risk of being hospitalized for COVID-19 and raises the risk of death anywhere from 3.68 to 12X depending on […]

3 Quarantine Exercises To Keep In Shape

3 Quarantine Exercises To Keep In Shape

1. The Plank The plank works and strengthens the abdominal muscles, back and shoulders. If you are having pains from slouching too much from being at home then this exercise can really help strengthen to muscles it takes to sit up right and help alleviate back pain. It is also good for the core and posture, leaving you […]

Breathing is a Powerful Tool to Relieve Stress and Anxiety

Breathing is a Powerful Tool to Relieve Stress and Anxiety

#Mind #Body #Spirit #anxiety #stress #breathing #virus #chaos The anxieties and stress associated with C-19 can wreak havoc with our bodies, mentally and physically causing symptoms of fatigue, gastrointestinal upset, elevated blood pressure and pulse, as well as depression, sadness and strained relationships. But a simple breathing exercise can help calm the body and mind, […]

The C-19 Lockdown has made the Average American Fatter!

The C-19 Lockdown has made the Average American Fatter!

A new polls revealed that the average American has put on about 5 lbs during the C-19 coronavirus lockdown. The major contributing factors include increased alcohol consumption, eating processed carbohydrates like baked goods and pasta, and lack of exercise. The survey, conducted by OnePoll for supplement company Naked Nutrition, included over 2,000 Americans who were […]

Fresh Air, Sunshine, Walk in the Woods Improve Our Immune System

Fresh Air, Sunshine, Walk in the Woods Improve Our Immune System

Fresh air and sunshine improves our mood, but spending time in the woods boosts your natural killer cells, if there are no woods around, go to a green space, breathe and… Develop the Habits that Support Your Immune System Developing healthy habits is important to support your immune system, reduce the potential for viral infections […]

Protecting Our Senses as We Grow Older

Protecting Our Senses as We Grow Older

Sight, Smell, Hearing, Taste, Touch Tens of millions of Americans suffer age-related losses in at least 1 of their senses, according to a University of Chicago study. “People are living longer than ever before in history and with these extended life expectancies comes the likelihood of sensory decline,” Dr. Gary Small, director of the UCLA […]

The Common Causes of Back Pain

The Common Causes of Back Pain

Overuse and misuse of the muscles supporting your spine, poor muscle strength and inappropriate posture while sitting, standing and walking are also reasons why you may suffer from lower back pain. Unexplained low back pain is very common, affecting about 80% of adults at some point during their lifetimes. In the last 3 months, more […]

There is a Link Between Exercise and Improved Mood

There is a Link Between Exercise and Improved Mood

Money really cannot buy happiness is the conclusion drawn by researchers from Harvard and Yale who noted that exercise is far more beneficial for a person’s mental well-being than a massive bank balance.    To arrive at these findings, a study of 1.2-M people across all 50 states was conducted in order to determine whether or […]

Some Ways to Live Better Longer

Some Ways to Live Better Longer

Youthfulness, vitality and a long, prosperous life have been sought all throughout human history. Now, scientists, it seems may have discovered 1 of the Keys to turning back the hands of time. Researchers from Arizona State University and Texas A&M University have made a breakthrough discovery in plant DNA that could lead to stopping cancer […]

Ways to Deal With Jet Lag

Ways to Deal With Jet Lag

The Key to dealing with jet lag is to 1st understand why it happens. Both the underlying cause and the basic cure for jet lag are dependent upon a natural body process called the circadian rhythm. Your circadian rhythm regulates your 24-hour sleep-wake cycle. When you travel through different time zones, your circadian rhythm gets […]

We Can Train Our Brain to do Just About Anything, So Do Not Forget to Exercise, Take the Test!

We Can Train Our Brain to do Just About Anything, So Do Not Forget to Exercise, Take the Test!

 You cannot exercise away a poor diet, you must eat Real food too! This is important, check it out! Results from a new study, shared in the video above demonstrates the importance of exercise and movement to your health. Exercise may be one of the best preventive strategies against common chronic ailments, including heart disease […]

The New Science of Sleep and Dreams (Video)

The New Science of Sleep and Dreams (Video)

In this featured video, professor Matthew Walker, PhD., founder and director of the University of California Berkeley’s Center for Human Sleep Science and author of the book “Why We Sleep: The New Science of Sleep and Dreams,” shares the latest discoveries about sleep and how it impacts virtually every area of our physical and mental […]

A Little Strength Training Can Improve Heart Health

A Little Strength Training Can Improve Heart Health

According to a study, strength training for less than 1 hour a week could reduce heart attack or stroke risk by 40% –  70%, and just 2 sets of bench presses which take under 5 mins to perform can be effective. The researchers discovered that spending more than 60 mins strength training a week did […]

A Key to the Door of Good Health: Regular Exercise

A Key to the Door of Good Health: Regular Exercise

No matter what our age, our body benefits from regular exercise. It is one of the Keys to unlock the doors to good health. Experts say that a regular exercise program helps us looking and feeling younger and stay independent longer. It also lowers the risk of various health issues from cardiovascular disease and diabetes […]

80 is the New 60: Staying Healthy in an Aging World

80 is the New 60: Staying Healthy in an Aging World

Globally, aging populations are posing big challenges for healthcare systems; together, new technology and old techniques offer the opportunity to manage them. The new challenge for the 21st Century The Big Q: Can we live better? The Big A: Yes! The booming population of older adults is a testament to the incredible developments in science and technology […]

Saturated Fat (cholesterol) Theory of Heart Disease Began With Ancel Keys

Saturated Fat (cholesterol) Theory of Heart Disease Began With Ancel Keys

According to the “Heart of the Matter,” American physiologist Ancel Benjamin Keys can be credited with originating and cementing the saturated fat/cholesterol theory of heart disease. In the 1950’s, Keys produced research that showed perfect correlations between cardiovascular disease and the dietary consumption of fat in several prominent Western countries. But, there was a problem […]

Updating Bernie Sanders’ Heart Health Issues

Updating Bernie Sanders’ Heart Health Issues

Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders , 78 anni, suffered a heart attack earlier this week, his physicians said Friday, describing his heart health issue in more specific terms than disclosed previously. Friday after Senator Sanders left the hospital, his treating physicians cast the events in a more serious light. “After presenting to an outside facility with […]

Chronic Pain, Relieve it Naturally

Chronic Pain, Relieve it Naturally

Millions of Americans and millions more worldwide suffer from chronic pain. According to statistics pain affects more people in the United States than diabetes, heart disease, and cancer combined. The National Institutes of Health says that 25.3-M American adults suffer from daily pain, while 23.4-M report that they are in a lot of pain. “Pain […]

A Few Lifestyle Changes Can Add Years to Our Lives

A Few Lifestyle Changes Can Add Years to Our Lives

Here are 9 lifestyle changes that can help, as follows: 1. Have that glass of wine. While overindulging in alcohol can be bad for your health, research suggests that having a drink every now and again can help protect you from heart disease, Eat This, Not That! reported. The Key is not to go overboard and […]

Sitting is Worse for Us Than We Think

Sitting is Worse for Us Than We Think

You know how achy you can feel getting up from your office chair after a couple of hours. But the impact of long sedentary hours goes far beyond a cranky back. Various studies have linked sitting to a host of chronic conditions, including blood clots, depression, and diabetes.  A 2018 study from the American Cancer Society found that prolonged […]

Protect Your Heart and Your Brain

Protect Your Heart and Your Brain

“It’s never too late to improve your brain health,” says Lainey Younkin, MS, RD, LDN, registered dietitian and founder of Lainey Younkin Nutrition. These tips may help improve your physical health, your brain health, and your cognitive abilities, they are as follows. Aim for 150 mins or more of aerobic exercise each week. If you have […]

A Healthy Diet and Exercise are the Keys to Anti-aging

A Healthy Diet and Exercise are the Keys to Anti-aging

FLASH: There is a giant chemistry experiment happening the Western world that is wreaking havoc with our hormones, poisoning our bodies, and causing an epidemic of obesity that’s accelerating diseases. That is the theory of expert Cheryl Myers, RN, a noted author and lecturer who believes in bridging the gap between the worlds of mainstream […]

Why Gardening Good for Us…

Why Gardening Good for Us…

Most people start gardening because they have a desire to grow their own food and/or beautify or otherwise alter their landscape. But, most people garden because the benefits are just too good to pass up. Below are come of the Key reasons why, as follows: Stress Relief: A study published in the Journal of Health Psychology […]

Black Coffee Affects Our Metabolism

Black Coffee Affects Our Metabolism

FLASH: Researchers found the caffeine in 1 8oz cup of black coffee stimulated brown fat activity, burning more energy and potentially improving insulin sensitivity. These activities may help improve weight management. Daily coffee affects metabolism in several ways New discoveries about coffee and the impact it has on health are reported frequently. Some reports state […]

Healthy Lifestyle Family Edition

Healthy Lifestyle Family Edition

Living a healthy lifestyle takes effort and diligence, but with common stressors of day-to-day life, health can take a backseat to jobs, social engagements and tempting treats. While adopting more healthful habits may not be top-of-mind for your family, there are some simple and sneaky ways to incorporate them into your family’s routines. 1. Take […]

Easy Ways To Stay Feeling Active

Easy Ways To Stay Feeling Active

Morning Stretches Doing a variety of body weight movements and yoga positions in the morning is a great way to start your day as you keep your body accustomed to every day positions. Plan More Outdoor Activities Many people gain weight as they become isolated from the outside world and aren’t used to moving around […]

Combating Jet Lag Before, During and After Flying

Combating Jet Lag Before, During and After Flying

Long haul airline trips are still a part of life for many of us. Whether a frequent flyer or an occasional globetrotter, travelling through time zones can have a huge impact on the body. To help you shake off the effects as quickly as possible, here is our guide to what to do before you […]

Using Yoga to Cool Down

Using Yoga to Cool Down

FLASH: Train Don’t Strain Most people who exercise regularly spend 5 or 10 mins warming up to loosen tight muscles and vitalize the whole body with more O2-rich blood. But it it equally important to allow time to wind back down after pumping yourself up. At the end of a hearty workout the body benefits […]

Coping with Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

Coping with Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

FLASH: The 2 most important treatment strategies for SAD are optimizing vitamin D level and Sun exposure. In addition to optimizing vitamin D and getting daily light therapy, the following strategies may also be helpful in the treatment of SAD: Exercise:Exercise is a well-recognized tool for improving your mental health. In a Y 2008 interview […]

An Unhealthy Lifestyle and Your Brain

An Unhealthy Lifestyle and Your Brain

FLASH: aAn unhealthy lifestyle can trigger inflammation throughout your body, which can then accelerate wear-and-tear on your brain, a new study suggests. The Big Q: What happens? The Big A: Faster declines in thinking and memory for those who do not practice healthy habits that counteract inflammation. Long-term inflammation is most often caused by chronic […]

Age Old Secrets for a Long and Healthy Life

Age Old Secrets for a Long and Healthy Life

FLASH: Fasting is Key to Longevity Note: An important part of this is understanding is the mammalian target of rapamycin (mTOR) a very important pathway responsible for controlling autophagy or how our bodies detox and repair themselves. Intermittent Fasting Fasting is biological stressor that produces many beneficial results, including autophagy. In fact, some of the benefits associated […]

Eat Real Food, Exercise, Halt Brain Aging

Eat Real Food, Exercise, Halt Brain Aging

FLASH: A recent study is the 1st to separately evaluate diet and exercise, and the effect they have on cognitive ability, finding those who improved their diet and continuously walked or cycled for 30 mins 3X a week reversed signs of brain aging. According to a survey by AARP, 93% of Americans believe maintaining brain health […]

Dog Age Vs Human Age: 7 to 1 is a Myth

Dog Age Vs Human Age: 7 to 1 is a Myth

Pet parents, especially those with older dogs, often don’t realize (or perhaps just do not want to think about) how quickly furry family members age compared to us. Many are surprised to learn their “still acts like a puppy” pet is technically a senior or geriatric dog. There is a general guideline many veterinarians use […]

Lose That Weight, Keep It Off

Lose That Weight, Keep It Off

When trying to lose weight, even if it’s 10 or 20 lbs getting started is the hardest thing to do. But, for those who are truly obese, with 100’s of pounds to lose before getting to a healthy or ideal weight, the prospects of years of lifestyle changes is daunting.  Facing that kind of challenge, […]

Be Thankful Knowing that Wheat, Carbs and Sugar are Brain Killers

Be Thankful Knowing that Wheat, Carbs and Sugar are Brain Killers

Be Thankful Knowing that Wheat, Carbs and Sugar are Brain Killers Celebrate with a low carb, no bread, sugar free Thanksgiving Dinner. There is no conventional treatment for Alzheimer’s, research shows this devastating degenerative neurological disease can be effectively prevented by lowering sugar exposure, increasing exercise and improving the quality of your sleep. “The science is […]

Your Dog May Help You Live Happier Longer

Your Dog May Help You Live Happier Longer

Your Dog May Help You Live Happier Longer The US is home to nearly 70-M pet dogs, and their owners enjoy unconditional love, loyal companionship and often lovably quirky personalities as a result. These intangible benefits of dog ownership are what make them the most popular pet in America Yet, some of the benefits of pet […]

Creatively Include Movement in Your Daily Routine

Creatively Include Movement in Your Daily Routine

Creatively Include Movement in Your Daily Routine Exercise Lengthens Life and Improves Quality of Life Standing and moving helps with weight management and productivity. If you are at a loss as to how to creatively incorporate more movement into your day, there are several ways to accomplish this at home and at work. Discuss the […]

The Real Danger of Diabetes

The Real Danger of Diabetes

The Real Danger of Diabetes The increased risk of health conditions like cardiovascular disease, cancer and kidney disorders have been linked with diabetes and early death, a new study sheds light on the psych factors that come into play while managing the condition that affects over 30-M Americans. Those psychological factors led Finnish researchers to […]

Stand More, Sit Less: It is Important!

Stand More, Sit Less: It is Important!

Stand More, Sit Less: It is Important! Data indicates moving as little as 10 mins for every hr of sitting may help reduce negative effects. Ideally you should be sitting no more than 3 hrs each day using correct posture to reduce strain on your lower back and neck A recent study in the Annals […]

Too Much Sitting Is Not Good For Good Health and Mobility

Too Much Sitting Is Not Good For Good Health and Mobility

Too Much Sitting Is Not Good For Good Health and Mobility Sitting increases risk of immobility as we age Studies support using a consistent exercise routine to help improve metabolism, reduce your risk of diabetes and certain cancers, help us maintain a healthy weight and improve your cardiovascular health. Further research reveals that even when you engage […]

Lower Back Pain Leads to Weight Gain

Lower Back Pain Leads to Weight Gain

Lower Back Pain Leads to Weight Gain Lower back pain is a common health complaint, and if it sidelines you for too long, it can lead to weight gain, a loss in your fitness level and keep you from doing things you really like to do. But not moving is not the answer Specific exercises […]

Caution: Sitting for Prolonged Periods of Time Can Be Deadly

Caution: Sitting for Prolonged Periods of Time Can Be Deadly

Caution: Sitting for Prolonged Periods of Time Can Be Deadly Studies show that the average US adult spends 9 to 12 hours each day sitting, and a 60-min workout cannot counteract the effects of this level of inactivity. Sitting is not inherently dangerous. The danger is in the amount of time you spend sitting. Brief periods of […]

Dogs and Cats Require Real Food Diets for Long Healthy Lives

Dogs and Cats Require Real Food Diets for Long Healthy Lives

Dogs and Cats Require Real Food Diets for Long Healthy Lives During exercise, a dog’s body produces lots of free radicals, the same things happens in humans It seems counter-intuitive, because it does not make sense that exercise, which is good for the body, triggers the production of lots of DNA-damaging molecules as a byproduct. […]

On Avoiding Weight Gain as We Age 

On Avoiding Weight Gain as We Age 

On Avoiding Weight Gain as We Age It is a fact many of us begin to put on weight as we get older. Many people blame a sluggish metabolism for the weight gain. But, as it turns out, our metabolisms are not the reason when it comes to the pounds that come on with each […]

50% of American’s are Actively Trying to Lose Weight

50% of American’s are Actively Trying to Lose Weight

50% of American’s are Actively Trying to Lose Weight Half of the adults in the United States are trying to lose weight, according to a study published Thursday, with more Women than Men seeking to shed a some pounds The National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, conducted from Ys 2013 through 2016, found that 49.1% […]

Breathing Through the Nose is Really Important!

Breathing Through the Nose is Really Important!

Breathing Through the Nose is Really Important! Breathing is often an ignored topic when it comes to good health, but breathing properly can improve oxygenation through your body, including the brain, and is a powerful strategy for relieving stress and anxiety To induce calm, you need to breathe slowly and lightly, from the diaphragm, and […]

Naturally Increase Your Blood Flow, Eliminate Stress

Naturally Increase Your Blood Flow, Eliminate Stress

Naturally Increase Your Blood Flow, Eliminate Stress Most people rarely think about “blood flow” or “circulation” … Or what’s happening inside their veins and arteries because they think “well, my heart is pumping, I can see my veins… things must be working fine”. But this is not always the case and that’s why a heart attack […]

Change Lifestyle, Slash Blood Pressure Fast

Change Lifestyle, Slash Blood Pressure Fast

Change Lifestyle, Slash Blood Pressure Fast Lifestyle changes lower blood pressure as effectively as Rx medication. Changing lifestyle factors such as diet and exercise can slash blood pressure in just 14 days, a new study presented at the annual meeting of the American Society for Nutrition says. “I’ve been using lifestyle changes to lower blood […]

The Growing Interest, Investment in Anti-aging and Life Extension

The Growing Interest, Investment in Anti-aging and Life Extension

The Growing Interest, Investment in Anti-aging and Life Extension The interest and investment in anti-aging therapies is growing. The goal is not just to live longer, but to be as youthful and healthy as possible for a longer frame. Telomeres were discovered in the 1930’s. Every cell in the human body contains a nucleus, and inside […]

The Health Benefits of Eating Beets

The Health Benefits of Eating Beets

The Health Benefits of Eating Beets “ Beets are rich in nutrients that boost brain health, especially antioxidant flavonoids that protect the brain from age-related oxidative stress,” notes Dr. Gary Small, director of the UCLA Longevity Center and author of The Mind Health Report newsletter. Below is a rundown on what the latest studies show about how the red […]

Daily Exercise is Necessary and Needed for Good Health

Daily Exercise is Necessary and Needed for Good Health

Daily Exercise is Necessary and Needed for Good Health A pattern of lifelong exercise is believed to contribute to our ability to retain healthy levels of muscle mass, muscle strength, body fat and cholesterol as we age New research underscores the value of and need of the human body has for regular exercise. In one […]

Bringing the Mind, Body and Soul Together takes Practice

Bringing the Mind, Body and Soul Together takes Practice

Bringing the Mind, Body and Soul Together takes Practice How we feel physically, mentally, and spiritually all play a role in our overall well being. The Big Q: What steps are you taking daily to ensure you are balanced? Our thoughts, feelings, beliefs, and attitudes can positively or negatively affect our biological functioning. Simplyput, our […]

Home Gardening Is the Answer to Many of Our Food Problems

Home Gardening Is the Answer to Many of Our Food Problems

Home Gardening Is the Answer to Many of Our Food Problems There is no doubt that home gardening is an important step toward building a more sustainable food system. I have been encouraging readers for years to plant gardens as a means of making high-quality, nutrient-dense foods more readily available to their tables. Food grown […]

Rx Medications, Not the Only Answer to Relieving High Blood Pressure

Rx Medications, Not the Only Answer to Relieving High Blood Pressure

Rx Medications, Not the Only Answer to Relieving High Blood Pressure The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that about 30% of Americans have high blood pressure, also called hypertension, and only 50% of them have their blood pressure under control. Now, under controversial new guidelines released in November 2017, which advised that […]

Workout 2-3X’s Weekly for Good Brain Health

Workout 2-3X’s Weekly for Good Brain Health

 Workout 2-3X’s Weekly for Good Brain Health According to a new review of the research, there is little evidence that medications improve mild cognitive decline associated with aging, but doctors can recommend exercise with confidence. Researchers reviewed 11,530 studies of so-called MCI (mild cognitive impairment), to see how many older people are affected and which […]

Train Your Mind and Your Body

Train Your Mind and Your Body

Train Your Mind and Your Body Mindfulness helps to Start and Maintain an Exercise Program For all who are interested in staying healthy, overcoming mental barriers to exercise is Key, and this may become easier if you regularly practice mindfulness. Some people look forward to exercise and enjoy the rush of pleasurable feelings it creates, […]

Good Read: Aging Backwards, by Miranda Esmonde-White

Good Read: Aging Backwards, by Miranda Esmonde-White

Good Read: Aging Backwards, by Miranda Esmonde-White “A sedentary lifestyle — too much time spent on couches or at desks and not enough movement — is the most common trigger for muscular atrophy. When we move our muscles as little as possible, with a sedentary lifestyle, we turn down our furnaces and literally cause our muscles to atrophy. When […]

Studies Support Mind-Body Connection to Relieve Pain

Studies Support Mind-Body Connection to Relieve Pain

Studies Support Mind-Body Connection to Relieve Pain Be fully aware of the addictive potential of opioid drugs, and seriously weigh your need for a narcotic pain killer. While many pain experts disagree recent research supports the idea that pain, in many cases, has psychological underpinnings. A study published last year found emotion awareness and expression therapy […]

Dog Owners are Likely to Exercise Regularly

Dog Owners are Likely to Exercise Regularly

Dog Owners are Likely to Exercise Regularly Dog owners who walk their pets outside are more likely to have regular exercise habits, regardless of weather, according to a new study. Regular dog walkers were more active on days with cold, rainy weather, and on days with the worst weather conditions, they had 20% higher activity […]

Exercise Boosts Brain Function in Older Adults

Exercise Boosts Brain Function in Older Adults

Exercise Boosts Brain Function in Older Adults Older adults who want to get moving to help boost their brain function have a wide variety of workouts to choose from Among the many options for working out over 50, tai chi may have the biggest effect on cognitive function, but aerobic and resistance exercises may also […]

Exercise May Be Key To Surviving a Heart Attack

Exercise May Be Key To Surviving a Heart Attack

Exercise May Be Key To Surviving a Heart Attack Just a few hours a week of moderate exercise may not prevent all heart attacks, but it could make the difference in who survives one. Over several decades, a Danish study found that regular moderate exercisers were half as likely to die when they had a […]

Report: Insomnia Increases Risk of Heart Attack and Stroke

Report: Insomnia Increases Risk of Heart Attack and Stroke

Report: Insomnia Increases Risk of Heart Attack and Stroke Insomniacs have this to worry about as they lie sleepless staring at the ceiling: insomnia increases the risk of heart attack and stroke. “Sleep is important for biological recovery and takes around a third of our lifetime, but in modern society more and more people complain […]

Exercise is Recomended to Help Combat Heart Problems

Exercise is Recomended to Help Combat Heart Problems

Exercise is Recomended to Help Combat Heart Problems Nearly 80% of Americans do not get the recommended amount of aerobic and muscle-strengthening activity recommended for optimal health. Far from being only a matter of weight loss or aesthetics, exercise is a crucial element of disease prevention and management, with the “side effect” of helping you […]

Some Dogs Were Born to Run

Some Dogs Were Born to Run

Some Dogs Were Born to Run Recently, researchers from the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of California, Santa Cruz conducted a study of energy use in dogs. Interestingly, they started their endeavor with the simple goal of calibrating a special collar they developed to study how Wolves use energy. They decided to […]

Live a Longer, Healthier Life

Live a Longer, Healthier Life

Live a Longer, Healthier Life Want to live a longer, healthier life? Try these simple and easy lifestyle recommendations “Stay up to date on immunizations, screening exams for specific types of cancer, and screening blood tests for conditions such as diabetes and HIV,” said Dr. Paul Erwin, head of the department of public health at […]

Insulin Is the Real Reason for Heart Disease

Insulin Is the Real Reason for Heart Disease

Insulin Is the Real Reason for Heart Disease In Y 2013 Ivor Cummins, a biochemical engineer with a background in medical device engineering and leading teams in complex problem solving, ran into health problems. His serum ferritin was very high, which is a potent risk factor for heart disease, as were his liver enzymes. After […]