Author: Jon Yaneff

Jon Yaneff, a member of the Professional Writers Association of Canada, writes for Agein.com where this article originally appeared. He is currently taking his passion for holistic nutrition to the next level, studying at the Institute of Holistic Nutrition on a part-time basis.  

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Should You Worry About Ebola Virus?

Posted by Jon Yaneff

  The Ebola virus made its first appearance in 1976. If you fast-forward 38 years, March 2014 was the start of the current Ebola outbreak. More than 1,700 cases of … Read More→

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Aging Well
Anxiety (Panic Disorders, Phobias)
Depression
Mental & Emotional Health
Well-being

How to Think Yourself Young

Posted by Jon Yaneff

By Jon Yaneff If you think you’re old, you will inevitably feel like it, too by unknowingly holding yourself back from aging well. As you get older, your mentality around health and wellness may begin to deteriorate, but here’s the number one anti-aging secret to staying young: “What you think, you become.” If you think of yourself as young, and continue to act like it through a healthy lifestyle and regular exercise, you’ll continue aging well and can even live longer.

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Beauty & Style
Hair

Everything You Need to Know About Gray Hair

Posted by Jon Yaneff

By Jon Yaneff Gray hair is often regarded as a clear-cut sign of getting older. That first gray hair can arise when you least suspect it. Although it’s typically seen in older adults, even people in their 20s and late teens may see silver strands. There are people of all ages doing their best to cover up gray hair while others wear it proudly. But why does it happen, and what can you do about it if you want to get rid of it to look younger?