Preventing Alzheimer’s and Dementia

by Donna Gates
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It’s important to remember that dementia and alzheimer’s disease don’t have to be a normal part of the aging process. With neurodegenerative conditions steadily on the rise, researchers are scrambling to figure out exactly what causes brain tissue to break down and essentially shrink. So far, a few clues have been gathered.

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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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Prostate Health: A Fight Every Man Will Face

by Dr. Corey Schuler, MS, DC, CNS, LN
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Every man who lives long enough will face prostate symptoms. All men will also see a decrease in testosterone levels as they age and many men will have difficulty controlling their blood sugar levels as the mechanisms that regulate it fail over time. Luckily, with a little attention, a man can maintain health despite the physiologic challenges of being a guy.

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