Physical Fitness For Older Adults Better Tomorrow Begins Today!

Research shows that physical fitness for older adults begins with exercise. For many people growing older means life getting, A small amount of physical activity in a sedentary lifestyle can result in better health. Aged adults are at higher risk of health problems that only being active can prevent.

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What is Arthritis?

Most people can describe the main symptoms of the disease well enough: joint pain and reduced mobility. Often people know that it is a degenerative joint disease that usually worsens with age. But if asked to describe arthritis, many people aren’t aware of exactly what the disease does to human joints.

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What is Lyme Disease?

Lyme disease is an infectious condition caused by a spirochete (a bacterium shaped like a corkscrew) called Borrelia burgdorferi, spread by ticks. Because of its unspecific symptoms, it is hard to diagnose and easy to mistake for other diseases, a reason why the specialists sometimes refer to it as “the great pretender”.

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Supplementing With Essential Fatty Acids – Important For Health

Since May is the National Stroke Awareness month, we thought we would share the importance of supplementing your diet with Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs) and how it can be a preventative measure against hypertension, heart disease, and stroke, among other things.

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Insomnia Affects One Out Of Every Ten Americans

Insomnia or habitual sleeplessness can cause mild personality changes as well as a decrease in a person’s overall productivity and performance. It can even have adverse effects on personal relationships. More importantly, 50 % of chronic insomnia is often a symptom of psychological disorders such as depression, anxiety and stress.

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Naturopathic Medicine: Reinventing primary care physicians

Naturopathic Medicine manages a broad range of health conditions affecting every type of person of all ages. It exists to treat the whole person without harm through the healing power of nature by finding the root cause of minor illnesses and preventing them from developing into more serious chronic and degenerative diseases.

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