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The Power of Music to Heal

This article was posted on “Alternatives for Natural Health with Dr. Jerry Teplitz” Music is very powerful. It gets you moving, it increases the effectiveness of your exercise and it can get you into

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Sweaty Face Mask? 5 Tips to Keep Cool While Covered Up

This article was originally posted on AARP With health authorities continuing to urge face-covering in public to curb the spread of COVID-19, we’ve become familiar with the minor irritants of wearing

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How to Help a Senior Safely Manage Allergy Season

This article was shared on AgingCare.com Unfortunately, some of the nicest weather and foliage during the year are accompanied by an onslaught of allergens. As pollen fills the air, people afflicted by

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High Blood Pressure and Cold Medicine Don’t Mix

Some over-the-counter flu remedies can elevate pressure, interfere with meds. This article was originally posted on AARP As cold and flu season rages on, health experts are warning people with high blood

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Why we need to take borderline diabetes seriously

This article was written by Dr Eno from Women Living With Diabetes. When it comes to awareness around type 2 diabetes, there is one fact that leaves me feeling somewhat discouraged. And that is the realization

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Gut feelings: How food affects your mood

This article was originally posted by Harvard Health Publishing   The human microbiome, or gut environment, is a community of different bacteria that has co-evolved with humans to be beneficial to

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Good oral health may help protect against Alzheimer’s

Gingivitis (gum disease) has been linked to a higher risk of heart disease, but a recent study says that the bacteria that cause gingivitis also may be connected to Alzheimer’s disease. The study

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How to tell the difference between type 1 and type 2 diabetes in adults

This article was shared by Women Living With Diabetes A lot of times, I come across patients who have to use insulin and aren’t quite sure whether they have Type 1 or type 2 diabetes. I hope to be able

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The older we are the happier we are?

There’s a lot of evidence proving that the older we get, the happier we get. *** this article was shared by NeuroGym Blog *** A Gallup telephone poll of 340,000 people across the nation showed that

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Healthy Springtime Produce Options for Caregivers and Seniors

10 Farmer’s Market Foods That Are Senior Approved Spring is finally in the air! If you’re like most people, you and your loved ones may have fallen off the health and nutrition bandwagon this winter.

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