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Aging


You may be getting wiser with age, but getting older also puts you at an increased risk for developing diabetes.

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The U.S. had a record 4.3 million births in 1957, which translates into a big bunch of baby boomers who are facing their 50th birthdays this year. If you’re thinking this is the beginning of the end when it comes to your enjoyment of good health, you’re buying into misconceptions about the aging process.

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There are several things that you can do to keep your blood pressure healthy. These actions should become part of your regular lifestyle. You should discuss with your health care provider the best ways for you to address these issues.

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Anti aging exercises like facial toning exercises is a good idea to keep your face healthy and free of aging. As nature is dominating solutions, we can never get away from eliminating all age signs. We experience wrinkles, crowfeet, sagging, fine lines, and other aging symptoms as we age.

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Good news for most migraine sufferers: With age, you can expect to get fewer, less- painful migraine attacks that don’t last as long, a new study from Sweden suggests.

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The keys to a high-quality life after age 60 are health, money, and having a meaningful life, a Canadian study shows. That doesn’t mean you have to be in stellar shape, have oodles of money in the bank, or master the meaning of life to be happy in your golden years.

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First, the sobering news: Nearly half of all Americans over 85 suffer from Alzheimer’s disease. Now, the encouraging news: There are things you can do to minimize your chances of losing big chunks of your brain power as you age. Start with what you’ve been putting in your mouth.

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Americans are living longer than ever before and many seniors are living active, healthy and productive lives. A woman who is 65 today can expect to live, on average, another 19 years to age 84.

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Wrinkles, gray hair, age spots. There are lots of downsides to aging. Losing the mind, though, tops the list for many people. But fear not.

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But legions of men and women wish those “notches” would appear much later, much less visibly, and somewhere besides the face. And increasingly, for Americans determined to preserve (or regain) a youthful complexion, it can be done without the aid of knife or needle.

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