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Natural lifespan in humans can be affected by a number of factors, in addition to overall health – gender, marital status, and, according to a new study, religious affiliation. Here’s how spirituality affects longevity.
Diane Domina

World Health Organization Warns We're Not Meeting Health Goals

At the current rate, goals set by the World Health Organization (WHO) to reduce early deaths from diabetes, cancer, heart disease, and other non-communicable diseases (NCDs) by 2030 will not be achieved, according to a new report from the WHO Indepen...
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Identifying and Treating Anxiety Over 50

Can you have anxiety in your 50s, 60s, 70s and older? While doctors once thought that anxiety declines with age, it may just be that you get better at coping – or hiding it.
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Grief: The Way to Continue on Is to Work Through It

Dr. Gail Gross, Ph.D., doctor of education and nationally recognized family, child development, and human behavior expert, author, and educator talks about how to deal with the grief and massive life changes after losing a parent.
Carol Bradley Bursack

Non-smoking Asthmatics Have Emphysema Risk

Severe asthma can cause emphysema in people even if they have never smoked. Learn how these conditions affect the lungs, airways, and ultimately, the ability to breath.
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Rising Rates of Deadly Falls in Older Adults

Injuries are the seventh leading cause of death in adults over the age of 65 in the United States and falls are responsible for the largest percentage of those deaths, according to the CDC’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR).
Diane Domina

Gifts From the Heart For the Heart

When mom has heart problems, you don’t want to give her a gift that could further harm her. These heart-healthy gifts will not only show you care, but they could even improve her heart health.
Amy Hendel

Fresh Outlook Can Help Caregivers

It’s common for caregivers to feel stressed about constant changes as well as numbed by the sameness of needing to focus on the care of a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia.
Carol Bradley Bursack

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