Tag Archives: aging

Exercise for seniors

August 31, 2012

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by Rick Barnabo —  While talking about exercise with seniors, some of the objections I most often hear are: “It’s too late,” “It’s not safe” or “I have a chronic illness.” So, is it too late? Is it safe? Should you exercise with a chronic illness? Research has shown that people of all ages benefit […]

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Slow down aging with HGH therapy

August 12, 2012

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by Dr. Paul Stallone —  Whether we like it or not, we all age. The lucky ones do it gracefully. Others put up a terrible fight. Most settle for the hand they are dealt. The majority of us who settle assume that this is as good as it gets and continue on with our ways. […]

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Testosterone replacement for men

April 12, 2012

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by Dr. Paul Stallone —  Hormone replacement therapy, specifically testosterone, may help a man feel like he is in his 20s again — a time when building muscle was almost easy, nothing could depress or bring him down, and getting an erection took little to no effort. However, many men over age 35 have a […]

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Microcurrent lifts your sagging face

February 27, 2012

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by Linda Leibl —  Over the last decade, the demand for anti-aging products and procedures by people who want to look younger than their actual age has exploded. Our overall perception of aging has changed as a result. While some may choose to ignore this new trend, many of us will embrace it and fully […]

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ABCs to feeling and looking younger

February 27, 2012

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by Linda Leibl —  Where do you begin when you want to slow down your aging process? What are the steps to feeling and looking younger? The following ABCs are reminders for being the best you can be, no matter what your age. Do you really know your ABCs? A — Attitude. An attitude of […]

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Caring for aging parents and growing children

February 27, 2012

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by Becky Feola —  Over 20 million people are caught between providing care for their young children and their aging parents. This growing population is known as the Sandwich Generation. Many of its caregivers face overwhelming responsibilities and difficult choices. Even more challenging is the onset (in record numbers) of parents developing Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s […]

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Nature’s anti-stress, anti-aging, anti-spasm mineral

February 26, 2012

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by Julia Busch —  Amazing magnesium combats physical, mental and emotional overload while working to reverse aging. Seventy-six percent of our body’s enzymes and at least 300 major biochemical reactions rely on this vital mineral — from heartbeat to digestion, protein synthesis, bone formation, kidney, adrenal, nervous system and brain function, cellular energy production, activation […]

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Reverse aging from a cellular level

February 25, 2012

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by Dr. Paul Stallone —  Have you noticed a decrease in your energy or changes in your physical and/or mental health? Many times it may be a result of your human growth hormone levels (also known and commonly referred to as HGH) dropping dramatically. If you are over the age of 30 and would like […]

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Healthy after 50

February 25, 2012

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by Dr. Larry Wilson —  It cannot be overstated, yet it is simple: For most of us to age gracefully and healthily, we must provide our bodies with nutritious food, pay attention to our medications and include a few supplements to offset common nutritional deficiencies. Vitality and healing In general, seniors tend to respond and […]

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The mysterious health properties of the pomegranate

February 24, 2012

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by Karen Langston —  Hidden inside this unusual-looking little fruit are five life-saving reasons why you should eat the pomegranate. Although this rather unattractive orb has been consumed and used for centuries around the world, its popularity in North America is in its infancy. It is the oldest known fruit on the planet, which could […]

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Health updates: Sucralose and bad habits

February 23, 2012

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The following is new information regarding sucralose and a new study on how bad habits can affect the aging of our bodies. The “other” sweetener that is made from sugar, but is closer to the pesticide DDT Researchers recently investigated sucralose (Splenda®) to see if it could reduce hunger and keep blood sugar steady. They […]

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Health updates: fresh-squeezed orange juice and melatonin

February 23, 2012

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The following is new information regarding fresh-squeezed orange juice, and melatonin and brain aging. The shocking truth about fresh-squeezed orange juice If you buy orange juice at the store, you may choose the kind that advertises itself as “100-percent juice” and “not made from concentrate.” But have you wondered why every glass of it tastes […]

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