Category Archives: Anti-Aging

Eating the Rainbow Might Help Protect Your Memory

If you’re eating rosy reds, dark greens, bright yellows, radiant oranges, and deep purples, you’re in a better position to preserve your memory than if your food is golden brown. At least those are the findings from a recent Harvard study. The work found that eating the rainbow (think fruits and vegetables rich in powerful here to read more

Foods That May Offer Skin a Healthy Glow

Creams, serums, and other products can help your skin achieve a healthy glow. But so can food. In fact, it’s easy to argue that nutrition should be your first choice in skincare. Five key nutrients can play a role in the health and appearance of your skin. And, unsurprisingly, they are many of the same here to read more

Protect Yourself from Lyme Disease

When you head out this summer, pay attention to some unwanted company: ticks. Black-legged ticks, or Deer ticks, can transmit Lyme disease, a potentially serious illness. Ticks hang out in wooded areas and long grass, waiting to catch a ride on your skin. If you pick one up along the way and they bite you, here to read more

The People That Might Save Your Memory

Doctors and other health professionals are skilled at keeping you functioning optimally. But they are also the preferred last line of defense. The truth is that there are a bunch of other people that can help keep you healthy. And they don’t cost a thing. The people in your life play a major role in here to read more


Focus on Tasks to Keep Memory Sharp

I hate to break it to you, but you can’t multitask. You might think you can, but here is the reality: multitasking really means doing multiple things badly. Just think about it. Think about all the times you were chatting on the phone making dinner and noticed a key ingredient sitting on the counter after here to read more

Is Celery Juice Worth the Hype?

The superfood social media star of the day is celery juice. It’s on the ‘gram and other platforms being propagated as a health boon for your stomach pain, skincare, and more. Like most other superfood trends, there is more than meets the eye. And although there is often a sliver of truth to many of here to read more

Your Skin Can Predict Future Heart Disease Risk

Did you know that your skin can predict heart disease? A revolutionary new study from renowned skin disease expert Dr. Uitto has found that the skin can predict health issues unrelated to the protective barrier. Published in the journal Scientific Reports, the study followed 1,800 families from around the world who had genetic skin disorders here to read more

How to Feel Younger during the Pandemic

The pandemic has undoubtedly had a strange effect on your anti-aging routine. On the one hand, you might be exercising more. On the other, it may have left you wondering about your purpose in life. Mindset can play a role in feeling younger. Think about the exhilaration you feel when you’re working on something you’re here to read more

Older Men Who Experience a Fracture Are Undertreated for Osteoporosis

“There is a need for consistent osteoporosis screening recommendations in men.” This message comes from leading researchers who have found that men are mainly underdiagnosed and undertreated for osteoporosis. Osteoporosis is a common disease that weakens bones to the point where they break easily. The loss of bone mass, measured as bone density, accelerates in here to read more

The Right Amount of This Might Slow Aging

More isn’t always better, particularly if you’re trying to slow aging with vitamin E. Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that could play a valuable role in keeping you younger. The fat-soluble vitamin can help protect cells from free radicals, potentially helping you appear younger inside and out. But you don’t want to go too here to read more

Study Determines Cognition Decline after Menopause Transition among Women

Cognitive decline has been widely reported in women during the menopause transition. Women often complain about being more forgetful during this phase of life, so a new study presented at The North American Menopause Society (NAMS) aimed to find the association between menopause and cognitive decline. The study looked to identify whether mitochondrial function may here to read more

Open the Pathways to Better Memory with Nitric Oxide

No one is blaming you for separating brain health from body health. It is straightforward to do. But on the other hand, it’s interesting to hear people voice concerns about high blood pressure and heart health without talking about memory and brain function. The two couldn’t be more closely related. Your brain needs a steady here to read more