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Why the Mediterranean Diet Is so Successful

January 16, 2017 | 103,314 Views

Baby boomers especially dream of aging without chronic illness or cognitive concerns. And it may not be just a dream if you follow what these women did in their 50s and 60s in this eating study. When they closely followed these eating patterns, they were 46 percent more likely to live past the age of 70 without problems.

Can Capsaicin in Chili Peppers Help Beat Cancer?

January 16, 2017 | 16,705 Views

The American Cancer Society estimates there will be three new diagnoses of cancer and one death every minute in 2017. Recent research has demonstrated a substance found in a specific pepper may help kill cancer cells. I'll give you more strategies to help prevent the growth of abnormal cells.

Is Magnesium the Missing Link in Your Heart Healthy Routine?

January 16, 2017 | 16,829 Views

This functions as both a mineral and electrolyte, meaning low levels will have far-reaching effects on your health. Recent research found this safe and readily available nutrient may improve your cardiovascular health, reduce your blood pressure, and reduce your potential for coronary artery calcification.

The Role of Selenium in Cellular Health and Cancer Prevention

January 15, 2017 | 191,554 Views

It cuts your risk of these 3 different types of cancers by 50 to 63 percent. It's easy to do too: just eat 2 to 3 of these nuts a day, or add these 8 tasty foods to your meals. Please do not ignore - or you'll kick yourself if cancer gets you in the years ahead.

Simple and Delicious Nutrient-Packed Avocado Snack

January 15, 2017 | 63,206 Views

Adults and kids alike will love this delicious and healthy snack. It’s packed with beneficial bacteria, monounsaturated fats, vitamins and antioxidants. Plus, you only need five minutes to prepare it!

Life Lessons From 100-Plus-Year-Olds

January 14, 2017 | 216,001 Views

Ever wondered why some people die early and others thrive past 100? The answer may be different than you think - believe it or not, these factors are even more important than rigorous exercise, according to the latest studies.

California Charges Man With Caffeine DUI

January 14, 2017 | 47,522 Views

A California man was arrested after an alcoholic beverage control officer charged him with driving under the influence of caffeine, even though his blood alcohol level showed no traces of alcohol, cocaine, opiates, oxycodone or any other drug. The man had exhibited 'erratic and reckless driving.' Prosecutors were convinced their guy had drugs in his system but couldn't prove it. How does caffeine really affect people, and how legitimate was this case?

Which Comes First — Obesity or Sedentary Behavior?

January 13, 2017 | 125,843 Views

Please don't keep telling yourself it doesn't matter - ignoring this raises your risk of Alzheimer's by 82 percent, depression by 150 percent and general ill health by 114 percent. Overall, not doing it has a mortality rate similar to smoking.

Can Exercise Prevent Hearing Loss?

January 13, 2017 | 14,298 Views

Exercise is an integral part of your health and wellness, from cardiovascular fitness to improving your recovery from chronic illness. Recent research demonstrates it may even protect you from an age-related loss that can reduce your income level and increase your risk of depression.

Yes, You Can Die From a ‘Broken Heart,’ and Optimism Makes You Live Longer

January 12, 2017 | 176,990 Views

It triggers a temporary condition where your heart muscle becomes suddenly weakened or stunned. Large quantities of adrenaline are released, which may narrow your arteries - and the left ventricle, the heart's largest chamber, changes shape.

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