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7 Ways to Slash Stress

Chronic stress seems to be our national disease—especially today. Millions suffer from symptoms of stress: nervous tension, restless sleep, difficulty focusing and remembering, irritability, and health complications. Generally speaking, stress speeds up aging. Learn the ways to manage stress, and you will look and feel younger.

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Paving the Way for Memory Lane

Feeling like the absent-minded professor lately? Here are some memory-improving strategies to keep your brain sharp. Gingko to Think Ginkgo, the oldest surviving species of tree, has been traced back 300 million years and is one of the most widely studied plants. The leaf of the ginkgo tree is shaped like a human brain, and…

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Eating for Heart Health

Heart disease is currently one of the highest-ranked causes of early mortality in adults. There are many factors involved in heart health, and one of the most important is diet. Here are some heart-healthy foods. An Apple a Day Keeps the Heart Doctor Away Scientists have confirmed that apples significantly contribute to a healthy heart….

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Promoting Daily Health in Your Workday

Our surroundings have a direct link to our lives. Since we spend forty or more hours at our jobs weekly, it is essential to your health and longevity that your place of work is as conducive to wellness as possible. These are just a few ways you can integrate health into your workplace. Longevity Lifework…

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Plants & Oxygen: An Explanation

I am glad that so many people are interested in plants and oxygen, judging from the overwhelming responses to my article. The beauty of nature is that energy is either stored, transformed or transferred—but cannot be destroyed. This principle is illustrated in the life of plants. The light initiates a process of photosynthesis whereby green…

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Healthy Morning Rituals

The way you begin your day sets the tone for the rest of the day. Over time, it sets the tone for your long-term health. Here are a few morning rituals that will start your day on the right foot for years to come. A Morning Massage to Ease Awake Many people wake up in…

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The Centenarian’s Secret: The Apricot

One of the staple foods of the famously long-lived centenarians in the Hunza valley of the Himalayas is the apricot. Here is some information about apricots and one great way to work them into your diet for your health and longevity. Apricots: the Secret Anti-aging Weapon Research shows that of any food, apricots possess the…

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The Importance of Sleep

It is natural during these cold and shortened winter days to have the urge to hibernate. It is actually beneficial to your health to give into this urge and get enough sleep. Get at least seven to eight hours of deep, uninterrupted sleep to maintain good health and a long life. Bedroom Makeover for Improved…

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Circulation: Keepin Warm in the Winter

If the winter winds are making you shiver, here are some tips for keeping warm and getting your circulation going. Increased Energy with a Warm Abdomen Chinese medicine considers the abdomen the storehouse of the body’s energy. It is believed that keeping your abdomen warm and protected has important health and longevity benefits. To defend…

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Boosting the Immune System: The Cold and Flu Season

It is wintertime and we are in the height of the flu and cold season. The old adage that prevention is the best cure is true; therefore, it is of the utmost importance that you give your immune system a boost. A healthy immune system will ward off cancer, infections, and degenerative illness. Here are…

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