In the mid 90’s scientists in both England and the United States publicly declared that obesity accelerates aging. Being overweight though is not the only factor that can impact longevity. Some nutritional scientists believe all of us; no matter what our current weight, can live longer, if only we adjusted our diets.
Research shows that poor diets can increase your risk of disease and as a result speed up the aging process. On the flip-side good foods can improve your …Read more
The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery has been collecting data on nipping, tucking, and augmenting for 15 years and despite some negative press about anti-aging procedures along the way, their information shows the demand for cosmetic intervention is going no-where but up. In fact, the society reports that the quest to look younger led to a 197 per cent increase in the number of cosmetic procedures over the 15 years.
A …Read more
You probably know olive oil can be good for your health — and good for your pasta — but olive oil may also be good for your skin. This is especially true if you have extremely dry skin or are allergic to topical creams and lotions.
While it may have gotten somewhat of a bad reputation for not being the best for your waistline, and it has been known to be a little greasy and pore clogging, it certainly has …Read more
Doctors have reported that a much higher rate of adult women than men see them regularly for preventative reasons. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention indicates that 80 per cent of men are less likely to go to a doctor; half between the ages of 18 and 50 don’t even have a regular source of health care to turn to. Health professionals say this is concerning because there are certain tests all men need to take.