• The Piece of Retirement Planning Often Overlooked

    Planning for retirement can be overwhelming with so many things to check off of your list. When to retire? Where to safely leave your investments? With so many pieces of the puzzle to factor in, retirement planning...

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  • Innovative Therapies to Treat and Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease

    Whenever we ask patients what their biggest fear is regarding their health, the answer is fairly unanimous. They are most afraid of losing their minds. If you gave people a choice between getting cancer or Alzheimer’s, the...

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  • Veterans
    Veterans are Less Likely to Seek Mental Health Counseling than Active-Duty Military Members

    According to recent survey findings from the University of Phoenix, while more than 90 percent of all veterans and active-duty service members believe mental health is as important as physical health, there are significant differences in the...

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  • 7 Reasons to Make Sonoma County Your Next Weekend Getaway
    7 Reasons to Make Sonoma County Your Next Weekend Getaway

    Everybody needs some time away from the hassles and stresses of daily life. Going on a weekend-long getaway can be one of the easiest ways to reset and refocus on what really matters in life. If you’re...

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  • How Can You Avoid Packing on the Holiday's Pounds?
    How Can You Avoid Packing on the Holiday’s Pounds?

    The holiday season is officially upon us. It’s the perfect time to spend enjoying the company of friends and family. Between holiday dinners and parties and get togethers with loved ones, you’re likely to be surrounded delicious...

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  • Putting Health and Research Into the Hands of Individuals
    Study Clarifies ApoE4’s Role in Dementia

    ApoE4, a protein linked to both Alzheimer’s disease and a form of dementia caused by damage of blood vessels in the brain, increases the risk of cognitive impairment by reducing the number and responsiveness of blood vessels...

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  • Giving Thanks for Good Health: Mr. Food’s ADA-Approved Thanksgiving Day Menu

    This Thanksgiving, you don’t have to sacrifice flavor to eat healthy. Mr. Food Test Kitchen and the American Diabetes Association offer a tempting (and diabetes-friendly) Thanksgiving menu that will satisfy your holiday cravings without derailing your meal...

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  • What Is Neighbor Spoofing? Recognize The Signs And Know How To Stop Robocallers

    What Is Neighbor Spoofing? If you own a phone, chances are you’ve experienced this scenario: you get a call or text from an unknown caller I.D., but you notice that both the area code and the first...

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  • Blix E-Bicycle
    Stay Active and Get Back on a Bike with Electric Assist!

    Continuing an active lifestyle and remaining physically fit is extremely important as we age. Studies show exercise is proven to reduce the risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, obesity, and Alzheimer’s. However, many people may find it challenging to...

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  • Boost Confidence and Get Support with the Right Workout Clothes
    Boost Confidence and Get Support with the Right Sports Bra

    You know that exercise improves your balance, makes you happier, helps you sleep better, and generally improves your life overall. One of the most important items you can pick out for a good workout is a good...

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  • Exercise Found to be a Natural Treatment for Menopause Hot Flashes in Women

    Women going through menopause often bemoan the infamous hot flashes, also sometimes referred to as hot flushes, that accompany this time of transition. Hot flashes are described as a sudden feeling of heat spreading through the body,...

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  • Growing
    As You Age—Stay Young. Here’s How.

    How we view growing old impacts how we age. Researchers report that older adults with a positive view of aging recover from injury and illness faster, drive more safely, eat better, and show stronger brain function, to...

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  • Try These 4 Things People Say Older Women Can’t Do

    Many stereotypes are given to those who are nearing or are in their senior stage of life.  These ageist notions are pervasive in our society. They’re portrayed in the movies and television shows we see and the...

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  • 14 Guilt-Free Keto-Friendly Dessert Recipes

    Think you can’t have dessert on a low carb or keto diet? Or are you struggling to find keto-friendly dessert recipes that actually taste like what you’re craving? Today’s 14 keto-friendly dessert recipes prove you can enjoy...

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  • Key Ways to Be Proactive in Your Own Physical and Emotional Wellbeing
    Key Ways to Be Proactive in Your Own Physical and Emotional Wellbeing

    It was difficult enough reaching middle age, but as we progress toward that point in our lives where we will be considered ‘seniors,’ we should begin to expect changes in our bodies as well as in the...

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  • Branched-Chain Amino Acids
    Why Women Over 50 Should Consider Taking Branched-Chain Amino Acids

    Middle age brings a number of changes, especially for women. These changes are often due to perimenopause and menopause as time passes. You can try to fight changes like weight gain and fatigue with exercise, changes in...

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