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Are Benefits Of Exercise Hyped Up Or Really Accurate?

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The benefits of exercise are constantly being written about, both in the popular press, medical publications and the media. This is especially true in articles that are geared to senior citizens.   The question, however, is whether this information is truly accurate, or is it mostly hype? Perhaps if we just exercised occasionally, would that…

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Business Apps Can Help Seniors Handle Their Money Safely

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Business apps easily accessible for downloading from the internet provide seniors with an easy way to manage their money safely. Here are several business apps that can help you manage your money safely on a secure platform.       Business Apps: Tip Yourself How it works: Link your bank account to a separate “tip jar”…

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Effective Ways You Can Use To Stop Getting Robocalls

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There are effective ways you can use to stop getting annoying robocalls. These calls are annoying, disruptive, and the majority of them are scams and frauds.   Indeed, robocalls are the number one complaint to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), with about 500,000 complaints coming in every month.month.   However, help may be on the…

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Scheduling Exercise Times Is The Best Way Seniors Can Stay Healthy

Scheduling exercise at fixed times is the best way you, and especially senior citizens can stay healthy. There’s no question that scheduling a regular exercise program is one of the most difficult things to maintain. The most common excuse? No time. But the latest research may bring relief for the time-pressed. In the Journal of…

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Red Meats Eaten Every Day Triple Heart Disease Risk

Red meats eaten every day will triple your risk for developing heart disease, a study by Cleveland Clinic researchers shows.   Trimethyl-amine N-oxide (TMAO) is a dietary byproduct that is formed by gut bacteria during digestion. This chemical comes from nutrients that are plentiful in red meats. In fact, high saturated fat levels in red…

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Scammers Look For Certain Behaviors, Are You A Target?

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Scammers focus on people that display certain behaviors. Specific personality traits signal that you are a person with vulnerabilities and can be too trusting. Bingo! You are now targeted. All age groups can be targeted, but the most vulnerable are senior citizens. By and large, they are good people who can be too trusting and…

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Fit And Fun Health Challenge Begins In NYC May 1st, Get Ready

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The fit and fun health challenge begins in New York City on May 1st. Get ready, people; especially you senior citizens! The challenge is to walk thirty minutes a day every day from May 1st until June 30th. Are you up to it?       The fit and fun program calls for walking 30…

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February Is American Heart Month, Spread The Word

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American Heart Month is recognized this month, nationwide. Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States. Every year, 25% of  deaths are caused by heart disease. But, heart disease can often be prevented if people are educated to make healthy choices and manage their health conditions. Communities,…

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Stress Reduction With Yoga Exercises, It Really Works

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Stress reduction using yoga exercises has been found to be a good way to keep you calm and focused. Yoga exercise is described and explained in the Yoga Sutras, a 2000 year old text from India. Yoga uses breathing techniques, exercise, and meditation to improve your mood and health. It also increases your happiness.  …

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Your Brain Tracks Time And Alzheimer’s Disease, Is There A Connection?

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Your brain tracks time constantly and when you’re involved in an event, your brain immediately records the time, the place, and where it happened. These memories are called episodic memories and can disappear when brain areas responsible for memory formation become damaged or diseased.   Indeed, both Alzheimer’s disease and dementia are conditions in which…

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