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Exercise Helps With Memory And Learning

Athletes’ Brains Are Just As Buff As Their Biceps Published May 3, 2017 By Dr. Glen Finney Exercise helps with learning and memory When many people think of impressive brain power, the stereotypical image of a skinny bookworm may come to mind. However, when it comes to building a healthy brain as an adult, new research… Read more »

Keeping You Safe In Your Home

CareGivers America’s Durable Medical Equipment Company is dedicated to providing the equipment you need to remain safely in your home. Let our Friendly staff assist you with the documentation you need from your doctor and work with your insurances to guarantee the fastest results. Free delivery, set-up, and instruction is provided by our trained staff… Read more »

Art Therapy Can Help With Alzheimers

The Value of Art Therapy By Senior Living Link Staff on April 24, 2017 There is little debate that art provides positive benefits for all individuals. In fact, several studies credit art with reducing depression and anxiety, both common symptoms of chronic diseases. Developmental psychologist Erik Erikson claims that older adults who participate in therapeutic… Read more »

Losing Weight from the Polar Vortex???

Sounds too good to be true. Well almost. The Huffington Post is reporting that all of that shivering your body is doing in these freezing temperatures, could be to your advantage! A new study shows that when a person shivers, a hormone called irisin is released for the purposes of producing heat and maintaining body temperature through… Read more »

5 Ways to Keep Asthma in Check During a Cold

Source from Everyday Health For people with asthma, getting a cold or flu can increase the risk of having an asthma attack. Try these simple asthma self-care steps to protect yourself when you get a cold.  Over the course of the year, Americans will have over one billion colds. For many people, getting sick is… Read more »

9 Foods You Should Be Eating for Type 2 Diabetes

Healthy eating for type 2 diabetes is about losing weight and preventing dangerous spikes in blood sugar. Nutrition and health expert Joy Bauer explains how these nine foods can help. Source from Everyday Health, written by Joy Bauer, MS, RD, creator of JoyBauer.com Beans If you’re looking for foods that raise blood-sugar levels slowly and gently, choose… Read more »

10 Common Cholesterol Mistakes

Source from Everyday Health, written by Madeline Vann, MPH, medically reviewed by Pat F. Bass III, MD, MPH Maintaining a healthy diet, exercising, and sometimes taking statins to control cholesterol can all work at protecting heart health. And these cholesterol-lowering recommendations from your doctor are backed by scientific evidence. Taking medication for high cholesterol lengthens life and… Read more »

Recipe of the Week: Apple and Kale Salad

Recipe from Lisa Leake, of http://www.100daysofrealfood.com “I’ve got another holiday recipe for you today! This kale and apple salad may be just for the adult table though, if I am being honest. I don’t know about your kids, but my girls have never been big blue cheese fans (they’ve dubbed it “stinky cheese” for obvious reasons),… Read more »