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  • Make Your Heart Happy This Valentine’s Day ❤️

    Ah, Valentine’s Day! The day we celebrate love all around the world. The truth is, whether you have a significant other or not, one of the most important relationships you can foster is the one you have with your heart. That’s right, your heart. We tend to romanticize the heart. Often, we animate it, or cartoon it up, but in reality, the heart is, well, the heart of each of us. This not particularly pretty beat keeper is responsible for our vitality throughout an entire lifetime. No easy feat! Isn’t it about time we pay it homage with some essential ways we can keep it happy for a very long time? View Post
  • Summer Safety for Seniors

    Winter is long gone and it’s time to enjoy the sun. Keep in mind these tips on summer safety for seniors before you head outside.

    Summer is one of the best times of the year for seniors as they have less joint pain, a decreased risk of illness, and improved levels of vitamin D. However, a sunny day can quickly become problematic if you don’t prepare yourself for temperature and UV exposure. Let’s review the best summer safety tips for seniors.

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  • Blood Pressure: What Causes it and New Technologies

    Originally published on Health & Nature News Hypertension (aka “The Silent Killer”) is so named because it doesn’t give us any signs or symptoms to throw a red flag in front of us to tell us that something is wrong with our circulatory system. It is estimated that about one out of every four... View Post
  • 5 Steps To Promote A Healthier Brain

    As you go about your health promotion plan, whether it includes a diet plan, an exercise plan, a mindset strategy including meditation, or otherwise, it’s important not to overlook the brain in all of this. Many people have a strong tendency to consider their heart health, their bones and joints... View Post
  • Top 5 Drug-Free Ways To Lower Blood Pressure

    “You have elevated blood pressure,” your doctor announced. “You need to lower it, but I can’t give you a prescription.” Say what now? Unfortunately, this story is not unique. Almost 900 million people worldwide are living with hypertension today and 3.5 billion people have an elevated blood press... View Post