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New Alzheimer’s Study Shows Connection Between MCI/Dementia and High Blood Pressure

By The Alzheimer’s Association as reported by Heidi Frankel   This year at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC) the findings of a new study provide important and relevant information on the correlation of MCI and dementia and high blood pressure. The following points address the results of the Systolic Blood Pressure Intervention Trial (SPRINT), study

Plant Based Essential Oils
Boost the Mind, Body & Spirit

By Melinda Myers   The fragrances of plant-derived essential oils have long been used to improve the health of our mind, body and spirit. Boost your energy and increase your focus as you balance work and family life. Peppermint has long been prized for this and more. You’ll find it also helps relieve headaches and

An Optimal Life:
Reaching Your Goals

My quest to unlock the mystery to permanent weight loss has been a lifetime journey. My team and I have narrowed the secrets of weight loss to 5 groups: Food, Exercise, Hormones, Medications and the Desire to make real change in your life! Food is the most complex of the 4 so while it’s number

MENOPAUSE:
A Natural Time in a Woman’s Life

By definition menopause means that no menses have occurred for a full 12 months. Ovarian function in women decreases over time with the waxing and waning of hormone production generally between the ages of 45-50. Menopausal symptoms generally start during this time even if the periods are still occurring.  When the ovaries stop producing estrogen

YOGA FOR LIFE:
Yes, It’s Anti-Aging!

“The idea is to die young… as late as possible.” ~Anthropologist Ashley Montagu We can’t change our chronological age, but we can definitely slow down some age-related events. Yoga’s astonishing ability to moderate and even reverse the pace of aging is proven through multiple clinical studies. Several studies have shown that a yoga- and meditation-based

Robotic Hand On Heart:
Dr. G. Kimble Jett

Plano Hospital Leads the Way in Minimally Invasive Surgeries BaylorScott&White The Heart Hospital – Plano An Innovative Team Approach To Surgery By Robert Frankel Photographs by Kim Leeson Kenneth Loss is no stranger to complexity. He spent his career in the chemical industry, working as a plant manager in charge of maintenance support and some

Why Home May be the Asst living of the Future

Most older Americans want to stay in their homes for as long as they possibly can. Put in negative terms, almost all of us want to avoid moving into senior housing, at least until we have no other choice. But most also agree that assistance may become necessary as our capacities decline and our needs

Research Suggests That Drinking Coffee Could Cut Chances Of Developing Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Disease

There has been a lot of good news for coffee drinkers lately. One recent study that just came out showed us that the more coffee you drink, the longer you live (score), and now, it turns out that the morning beverage might help in reducing the risk of developing Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Disease. While that’s nothing new, as there

Midlife Liberation — It’s Time to Go for It!

We spent our first twenty years growing up. Most of it we don’t even recall and much of what we experienced was not in our control. We spent the next twenty years traveling at light speed – marriage, kids, divorce, careers, pets, homes, disease – through more major life experiences than we could count. Now,

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