Exercise Better Than Crosswords for Preventing Mental Decline?

by Brad
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A new study published in the medical journal Neurology suggests a brisk walk or bike ride may actually be better at preventing mental decline than crosswords, learning a foreign language, or visiting with family and friends.

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Kevin Ware, Vitamin D, and Keeping Your Bones Inside Where They Belong

by Brad
Vitamin D, sunlight, vitamin d foods

This past weekend’s freak accident during the Louisville and Duke basketball game has put vitamin D back in the spotlight. How do you get enough?

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How to Protect Your Brain from Aging

by Donna Gates
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Whatever you do in life that brings you joy and a sense of fulfillment requires your brain. In fact, every action that you have taken in life, what you are doing right now, and what you will be doing in the future depends on brain function. The key to a healthy brain is a healthy gut.

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3 Tips for Aging Well and Living Long

by B. Kathy Wright ND,CNC
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There are 500,000 centenarians in the world, and almost 100,000 in the United States. You and I will join them some day if we take care of ourselves and plan to keep our health. This prompts the question: How can you live healthfully into your 100s?

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