Everyone is absolutely going nuts! Almonds, cashews and walnuts. Yep, even pecans and peanuts. But are these tasty morsels actually good for you? It turns out that in most cases, the answer is a resounding “Yes!”
I’ve always heard that you should rarely eat nuts because of their high fat content, especially if... Read more
After going through menopause, some women start complaining about their sagging body parts. Often it’s the area under their upper arm or it's the neck and chin that we worry about. However, we often don’t realize that “shifts” can take place internally, leading to pelvic organ prolapse. In fact, about 10 percent of... Read more
Are all dementias alike? No, not at all. Some develop in people who have specific conditions. This particular sharepost will focus on one of these types, Parkinson’s disease dementia.
Parkinson’s Disease Dementia
First of all, let’s look at what Parkinson’s disease dementia is. Parkinson’s disease affects... Read more
Fighting those pesky hot flashes and night sweats? You may want to look at what you’re putting on your plate. That’s because a new study has come out that is among the first to link general dietary patterns to these bothersome menopausal symptoms.
The researchers looked at data from 6,040 middle-aged women who were born between 1946... Read more
Recently I was perusing Facebook’s news feed when I noticed a Walmart ad. The ad said, “Think how much you could save by eating a Kraft breakfast at home.” Pictured in a column were a dozen eggs, a package of single prepackaged cheese, a container of Grande biscuits, a package of fully smoked bacon and a canister of coffee. A... Read more