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  • Your Cardiovascular Health After 50

    Your Cardiovascular Health After 50

    How can I keep my heart in top shape? Heart disease and stroke are among the leading causes of concern for men and women age 50 and over, according to our poll. Cardiovascular disease begins to affect men in their 50s, while women in general won’t see a spike in risk until their 60s. But

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  • 7 Science-Based Health Benefits Of Drinking Enough Water

    7 Science-Based Health Benefits Of Drinking Enough Water

    The human body comprises around 60% water. It’s commonly recommended that you drink eight 8-ounce (237-mL) glasses of water per day (the 8×8 rule). Although there’s little science behind this specific rule, staying hydrated is important. Here are 7 evidence-based health benefits of drinking plenty of water. 1. Helps maximize physical performance If you don’t

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  • Good Health In Later Life For Older Men

    Good Health In Later Life For Older Men

    Americans are living longer than ever, but American men still aren’t living as long as American women. The average life expectancy for men in the US is now roughly 75 years. For women, it’s more than 80. Exactly why men are shorter-lived than women isn’t entirely clear. Even in infancy boys run a higher risk

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  • What Foods Can You Eat to Prevent Migraines?

    What Foods Can You Eat to Prevent Migraines?

    Is there a connection between diet and migraine? Most of us have had the occasional headache. In fact, up to 75 percent of people between the ages of 18 and 65 reported having a headache over a year’s time. Over 30 percent of those adults reported having a migraine. Migraines often last longer and have more physical

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  • Healthy Aging: 5 Tips to Prevent Hearing Loss

    Healthy Aging: 5 Tips to Prevent Hearing Loss

    Many changes that occur as we age may not be preventable. But did you know one common problem among senior adults–hearing loss–isn’t one of them? Many seniors and their loved ones have come to expect that some hearing loss is inevitable. While it’s true that gradual hearing loss is not uncommon, especially after age 65,

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