• stress
    Stress and Your Mouth: What Women Over 50 Should Know

    For some reason, when we talk about the health impacts of stress, we tend to forget about our mouths. Our mouths are just as vulnerable to stress as the rest of our bodies. The past year has been...

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  • Depression
    Depression After Retiring: It Could Happen to You

    Are you closing in on retirement age? Are you looking forward to the day when you no longer have to worry about going to work? Do you also have concerns about what your life will entail post-retirement? With...

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    Cool Down and Recovery After Exercising

    When we were younger, we could get away bursts of running and exercise. There was no stiffness or aches the day after exercising like there is as we get older and over 50. Our young bodies were...

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  • Hormone Replacement
    Here’s What You Should Know About Bioidentical Hormone Replacement

    There comes a time in life when your hormones wreak havoc and become ungovernable – an inevitable reality for many people. What hope do you have? Like some people, you might want to consider hormone replacement therapies...

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  • glasses
    Do I Need Bifocals or Progressive Lenses?

    Getting new glasses is an opportunity to enter a world of clearer vision and easier reading and driving. But to get the most of your new pair of lenses, you have to make sure you don’t wind...

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  • sunshine
    What Are the Health Benefits of Sunshine?

    Being outside under the sun can dramatically improve health. Inactive addiction, we rarely think about our health and often cut ourselves off from the world. We tend to stay inside and isolated. In sobriety, however, we can...

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  • preventative screenings
    New Year, Time for Preventative Screenings

    Prevention is always easier and cheaper than trying to cure the issue already created. By doing ongoing preventative screenings, women over 50 can more quickly catch bigger health concerns. Preventive health screenings have long been advocated as...

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  • health problems
    How to Treat 7 Typical Health Problems in Your 50’s

    It’s been said that once you hit your 50s, it’s time to “check the engine light” on your body. Individuals’ bodies change over time and it’s imperative that you adapt appropriately to avoid major health risks during...

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    Preventative Screenings Women Over 50 Should Do

    “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” This old cliché is so true when it comes to your health because many of the top risk factors leading to illness and premature death are preventable...

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  • weight training
    5 Weight Training Benefits for Women Over 50

    It’s almost a given. Mention training with heavyweights to a person of any age and many of them will cringe and respond, “But I don’t want to bulk up.” It’s absolutely understandable that lots of folks have...

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  • mental health
    3 Ways to Improve Your Mental Health as You Age

    Mental health is one of those topics that can be a bit intimidating to talk about. The fear of admitting that something is wrong can often be so overwhelming that it prevents you from addressing any issues,...

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  • medical tests
    Medical Tests to Get When You Reach 50

    As you age, you might find there are more health concerns in your life. It’s important that you start staying on top of your health and wellness with medical tests to avoid serious illnesses. There are many...

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  • physically active
    Physically Active Women Over 50 Are Mentally Healthier

    With coronavirus cases rising, physical activity is as important as ever for the physical and mental health benefits it delivers. Researchers ranked states according to the percentage of adults who are physically active. The correlation between the...

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  • blame
    Quitting the Blame Game for Women Over 50

    How do you behave when something goes wrong? Do you pause to gauge your part in the matter, accept responsibility, and move toward a solution? Perhaps you immediately look for someone else—anyone else—to blame? By making it...

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  • Neurological disorder
    Dementia is Top 3 Neurological Disorder According to New Research

    As the baby boomer population — defined as adults born from 1946 to 1964 — continues to age, experts predict that there may be a nationwide increase in dementia cases. As a result, many older adults and...

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  • stress
    November 4 is National Stress Awareness Day

    If you played a bingo game of stress events, 2020 would have the winning card. A global health pandemic, closed schools, racial strife, social isolation, high unemployment, contentious election. And coming soon, the holidays. Take a deep...

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