In the United States every last Wednesday of May marks the National Senior Health and Fitness Day. Nationwide Activities Seniors-focused organizations, including nursing homes, elderly centers, gyms and community organizations participate in this day. The main agenda is usually to Continue reading National Senior Health & Fitness Day is Wednesday
One-third of adults in the US are considered obese each year. This staggering number has led to more studies focusing on how obesity affects society. Research findings suggest that middle-aged individuals are at a higher risk of suffering from obesity Continue reading Obesity and Long Term Care
The Meatless Monday nationwide movement was formed to encourage people to cut out dietary meat intake for at least one day per week. The goal of this movement is to promote better healthy through responsible dieting. Why Meatless An initiative Continue reading Meatless Monday: The Difference Made By One Day to Your Health
A good night’s sleep is very important. Being awake the entire night seems like fun to many but it’s actually very unhealthy. A good night’s sleep helps your brain function better. It also helps reduce stress so your body relaxes Continue reading Important Reasons to Get More Sleep Tonight
Exercise is important for your normal body functioning. Make exercise part of your daily routine for a better living. According to the CDC, 93% of adult Americans do not engage in physical exercise thus the high rate of lifestyle illnesses. The CDC Continue reading Avoid These 3 Diseases through Exercise
According to a study recently published on JAMA International Medicine, vegetarians tend to live longer than meat eaters. The question here is, is it really because they don’t eat meat? Let’s find out together. Long Term Vegetarian Study Numerous studies Continue reading Do Vegetarians Live Longer?
There’s some good news for coffee lovers around the block. Alzheimer’s research has proved that drinking coffee can really help keep Alzheimer’s at bay! The Link between Coffee and Alzheimer’s Recent research shows that regular consumption of coffee can help Continue reading Does Drinking Coffee Suppress Alzheimer’s?
There are numerous reasons why people require long term care, with Alzheimer one of the most common. Having long term care coverage doesn’t mean you want to use it. It means that you only want to safeguard your future. There’s Continue reading 6 Small Diet Changes That Mean a Lot for your Health
There’s been many research studies related to Alzheimer’s over the last few years. Some of these studies have been focusing on how the disease can be alleviated, while others have been studying its triggers. In this article, we look at Continue reading Alzheimer’s
Americans are always over-scheduled – their calendars packed with work! The weirdest thing is that despite working so hard, we are still gaining weight. This is because of the sedentary lifestyle this country has leaned on. Very few people stay Continue reading 4 Easy Ways to Stay Active at Work