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Immobility is the root cause of many chronic diseases

#GetBackOnYourFeet Many people are unable to engage in physical activities due to joint pain. When your Joints are not healthy, your mobility is restricted and your ability to participate in activities such as workouts, sporting activities and daily routine is affected. Joint pain leads to phy...read more

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Tired of swallowing calcium pills?

Do You Know that New Scientific Evidences have shown that those who took oral calcium supplements regularly were 86% more likely to have a heart attack than those who did not. Scientific Reference:. HeartJune 2012 Vol 98 No 12 Page 895 A large study of 24,000 men and women aged 35–64 years publ...read more

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5 minutes stress relief strategies

Stress comes from many areas of life, and stress relief comes in many forms. While some people like using one favorite tool for stress relief, many experts feel that the most efficient approach to stress relief is one that attacks stress from several different directions, utilizing an overall 'plan ...read more

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Are you stress?

Modern life is full of hassles, deadlines, frustrations, and demands. For many people, stress is so commonplace that it has become a way of life. Stress isn’t always bad. In small doses, it can help you perform under pressure and motivate you to do your best. But when you’re constantly r...read more

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Lost sleep can lead to weight gain

The best path to a healthy weight may be a good night’s sleep. For years researchers have known that adults who sleep less than five or six hours a night are at higher risk of being overweight. Among children, sleeping less than 10 hours a night is associated with weight gain. Now a fascinat...read more

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Sleep is important for arthritis patient

Anyone who suffers from it knows that joint pain can have a significant effect on your life, restricting mobility and making it harder to complete even everyday tasks. But it's not just during the day that it can cause problems — sleep can be affected, too. Persistent, aching pain in the bac...read more

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10 reasons to keep you moving

#GetBackOnYourFeet It’s becoming increasingly clear to the medical community that it’s just as important for older adults to stay active as it is for their younger counterparts. Exercise helps maintain mobility and stamina, reduces the incidence of disease, and leads to an overall bet...read more

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50 signs you are aging

Are you reading this in your slippers round at whatsername's house? Have you both got a sherry on the go and the latest episode of the Archers playing on the wireless? If you're nodding – and that's hurting your neck a bit – you're officially getting old. Not that you lot who are list...read more

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Why old people shrink?

When we say older people shrink, we don't mean they become tiny enough to fit in your pocket! We just mean that it's common for older people to become a little shorter over time. It isn't dramatic or sudden. It takes place over years and may add up to only an inch or so off of their adult height (ma...read more

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Worst food for sleep

Alcohol A drink or two before bed can make you drowsy, leading many to believe it’s actually beneficial for sleep. But while it may make you nod off quicker, research shows that drinking alcohol makes you more likely to wake during the night, leaving you feeling less rested in the morning. T...read more