Aging Well

As we grow old, aging gracefully is the goal. From emotional to physical health, make sure you are ready for senior living.

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6 Anti-Aging Secrets From Beautiful Women Around the World

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By Soriyya Bawa It doesn’t matter where we come from or how much money we have, most aging women everywhere share one common goal: to feel and look younger. And the beautiful thing about it is that the world is filled with anti-aging secrets, because each culture has their own unique tricks, tips, and successful home remedies to look younger, no matter how old you are. Here are some of the best anti-aging secrets that have been handed down from generation to generation around the globe.Anti-Aging Secret #1: China

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Why Our Word Choices Matter As We Age

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By Roger Landry MD Have you ever considered how the words we use impact the culture around us? How do those words reflect our own attitudes, beliefs, and values? Furthermore, for those among us who work in the aging profession, how does what we say affect both how we perceive older adults to be, and how they self-identify? How Our Brains React to the Words We Say

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Healthy Diet & Nutrition

Are You as Old as What You Eat?

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Researchers from University College London (UCL) have demonstrated how an interplay between nutrition, metabolism, and immunity is involved in the process of aging. The two new studies, supported by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC), could help to enhance our immunity to disease through dietary intervention and help make existing immune system therapies more effective.

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Foods That Won’t “Frail” You

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By Robert Ashton M.D. With aging comes frailty. The more frail we are, the more likely we are to get sick or die from chronic illnesses including heart disease, diabetes, and other leading causes of death. If you can slow the debilitating process, then you have a shot at living not only a longer life, but a healthier one too.

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Genes That Protect Against Frailty

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Frailty is a common condition associated with old age, characterized by weight loss, weakness, decreased activity level and reduced mobility, which together increase the risk of injury and death. Yet, not all elderly people become frail. Some remain vigorous and robust well into old age. The question remains: Why?

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