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Senior Health: Strokes And Stroke Prevention

The third leading cause of death in the U.S., many strokes could have been prevented. Each year nearly 800,000 people suffer a stroke. About 600,000 of these are the first one. Take steps now to remove yourself from group. Learn about stroke prevention.

Anti-Aging Choices and Decisions

At every point in our lives, at least after we are out of diapers, there are choices and there are decisions. When it comes to having an anti-aging plan, the choices may simply be presented to us by life, but the decisions are ours. Living long and well will often depend on the decisions we make.

Brown changed the way we interact

Helen Gurley Brown died last week at 90. Why is that important?Because if you are a woman, she changed your life with work, with men.If you are a man, she changed your relationship with women.Simply put, she made a difference.She wrote "Sex and the...

What Is the Glycemic Index and Why Does It Matter to Me?

There are all sorts of diets and weight loss plans out there. From time to time you may come across the term 'glycemic index' and wonder what it means and why it matters. in this article I hope to give a brief answer to the question, 'What is the glycemic index?' and explain to a small degree why it matters to you and me.

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