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01 DEC 13
High Sugary Beverage Consumption May Increase Endometrial Cancer Risk
BY Charlene J. Owen Overconsumption of soft drinks and sweetened drinks may have a negative impact on your health.
20 OCT 13
Vitamin Supplements May Help Fight Invasive Breast Cancer
BY Charlene J. Owen Recent research has revealed that regular intake of vitamin supplements may reduce the mortality risk of older women with invasive breast cancer by 30 percent.
17 OCT 13
Osteoporosis May Increase Fracture Risk in Older Women
BY Charlene J. Owen Researchers recommend early prevention in order to avoid complications caused by bone mass decrease.
11 OCT 13
Moderate Exercise May Lower Breast Cancer Risk in Older Women
BY Charlene J. Owen You don't need a gym membership to keep yourself in good shape. Research shows that walking alone may have unexpected health benefits.
02 OCT 13
Yoga May Help Lessen the Effects of Menopause-Related Insomnia
BY Charlene J. Owen The therapeutic effects of yoga may go a long way for those who are going through menopause.
05 MAR 13
Facebook May Improve Lolo's and Lola’s Cognitive Abilites
BY Charlene J. Owen Keeping your grandparents socially and mentally active may help them stay sharp.
01 MAR 13
Mental Exercises May Help the Ears and the Brain Identify Sound
BY Charlene J. Owen A recent study shows that loss of hearing due to age can still be partially reversed.
22 DEC 12
The Older You Get, the Happier You Become, Study Says
BY Charlene J. Owen The "been there, done that" outlook of most older adults seem to help them feel better about themselves, in spite of their age.
26 NOV 12
Drinking Milk as a Child May Help Keep You Active as an Adult
BY Charlene J. Owen Better get that milk moustache on, as the effects of this wonder drink last far longer than you think.
18 JUN 12
Age Wisely: What to Expect in Your 30s, 40s, 50s, and 60s
BY Becky Kho How will your life be in the years ahead? Here are the twists and turns you can expect from your body, your emotions, your finances, and your relationships--and how you can prepare for them.
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