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Ways to Boost Bone Density

Strong bones are a crucial component of aging, but if you don’t put in the effort, they will not appear naturally. What makes strong bones so important? They give your body structure and protect your organs. They also help you move and stay balanced. When they are weak and porous, they have limited ability to here to read more

A New Study Shows That Adults When Sleep-Deprived Evaluate Angry Faces as Less Trustworthy and Healthy-Looking

Sleep deprivation has been shown to impact judgment, decision-making, and mood. A new study published in the journal Nature and Science of Sleep shows that sleep-deprived adults also evaluate angry faces as less trustworthy. This suggests that lack of sleep can impair our ability to accurately assess people we come into contact with and could here to read more

Can Coffee Impact Cholesterol?

There is so much data on coffee that it can be confusing to figure out what’s what. Some work suggests it can be harmful, while a mountain of other work indicates its benefits. Generally, it seems like up to 4 cups of coffee per day can produce benefits. More than that, you could be flirting here to read more


Foods That Might Help Reduce Memory Loss

A nutrient-packed diet isn’t just great for your body. It can protect your brain, too. A healthful, nutrient-rich diet can help blood and oxygen get to your brain, as well as protect brain cells, help reduce the risk of memory and thinking trouble, and potentially lower the risk for memory loss. But are there specific here to read more

Hearing and Vision Impairment Could Be Used to Identify Those at Risk of Cognitive Impairment

Did you know that hearing impairment and vision impairment can be used to identify those at risk of cognition impairment? A recent study published online in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease Reports found that those with hearing and vision impairment were more likely to experience early onset cognitive decline. This is important information for seniors and here to read more

Lose Weight If You Want to Protect Your Prostate

Remember this little rhyme if you’re concerned about prostate health: “if you want to protect your prostate, lose weight.” New research is showing that men with growing waistlines are more likely to die from a severe prostate illness. Specifically, the risk grows by 7 percent for every 4-inch increase in belly fat. The researchers carrying here to read more

Can You Have a Silent Stroke?

It might seem absurd to think that you can undergo a major health event and not even know it. But it’s possible, and it can put your life at risk. A statement by the American Stroke Association and the American Heart Association estimated that as many as a quarter of octogenarians – people between the here to read more