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Health Tip – May 7 – Omega 3’s and Your Brain

Here’s more food for thought: eating meals rich in omega-3 fatty acids, such as salmon, sardines and other oily fish, slows changes in the...

Health Tip – Apr. 25 – Your Heart and Your Hearing

Some decreased hearing ability seems inevitable with age - a new study found that the prevalence of partial hearing loss is about 21 percent...

Health Tip – Mar. 26 – Emotionally Upset? Don’t Sleep On...

Sleep may reinforce the negative emotions aroused by witnessing something scary or traumatic. As a result of "sleeping it off," you may be just...

Health Tip – Mar. 22 – Flavonoids Fight Cardiovascular Disease

The more we learn about edible plants - a category that includes nuts and cocoa as well as fruits and vegetables - the healthier...

Health Tip – Jan. 30 – The Meaning of Senior Moments

Does losing your train of thought or the inability to come up with the right word mean more than just a passing "senior moment"?...

Health Tip – Jan. 9 – Chocolate Update: A Trick to...

You may be able to get your chocolate habit under control if you take a 15- minute walk during the day. That’s the word...

Health Tip – Jan. 3 – Regular Exercise Promotes Better Sleep

You're more likely to get a good night's sleep if you perform moderate exercise for at least 150 minutes a week - that's only...

Health Tip – Nov. 10 – Senior Moments and Vitamin B12

As we get older, our bodies don’t absorb vitamin B12 as readily as they did during our younger years (B12 is found in animal...

Health Tip – Nov. 8 – More Fruits and Vegetables, Please!

Researchers in Australia are reporting that different foods affect the risks of cancer in different parts of the colon. The investigators found that consumption...

Health Tip – Oct. 20 – Yoga to Help Diabetics

Yoga is no substitute for the more vigorous exercise which many people with diabetes need in order to lose weight, but a new study...