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Omega-3 Fish Really Is Brain Food
Listen to your grandmother and eat more fish. It's the smart thing to do. Omega-3 rich fish boosts brain development and slows down brain shrinkage, as well as helps prevent depression and dementia.
PMA and Physicality Keys to Healthy Aging
Learn how maintaining a positive attitude and being physically active can help you to live a longer, healthier life.
Fish Oil Reduces Diabetes Risk
Diabetes is epidemic worldwide. Find out how eating omega-3 rich fish at least twice a week along with with weight management and exercise can help reduce your risk of this killer disease.
Are You at Risk for Heart Disease/Diabetes?
Heart disease and diabetes kill nearly 700,000 Americans each year and the risks are increasing on an epidemic level. Find out what you can do to not become a statistic.
High-Fiber Diet Lowers Risk of Early Death
Recent research shows a diet high in fiber decreases the risk of premature death from all causes. Find out how a high fiber diet can help increase longevity.
Are you Eating Enough Whole Grains?
Whole grain foods high in fiber are an essential element of a healthy diet, yet most Americans are not eating as much whole grains as they should. Where do you stand?
Smoking Is Really Bad for Your Health
Smoking is one of the worst things you can do for your health. Here is some of the latest information about the dangers of smoking and how you can benefit from quitting the nasty habit.
How Exercise Slows Down Aging
Exercise not only helps you look and feel your best. Exercise also, according to recent research, slows down the aging process to help you look and feel younger.
Sugar Makes You Fat and Sick
The average American consumes about 160 pounds of sugar a year (or close to a half a pound a day) and it's making them fat and sick. Find out what you can do to change that.
How Young Women Prevent Future Heart Disease
Itís never too soon (or too late) to start living healthy. Find out how young women can protect against future fatal heart attacks.
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