Exercise to a Longer Life

Exercise to a Longer Life Routine exercise is not on the top of everyone’s list. In fact, exercise may not be on the list at all. But, a growing number of studies are finding that certain exercise habits can slow the aging process, and that’s good news for older adults. Health experts say that consistent … Continue reading “Exercise to a Longer Life”

New Therapies For The Heart

New Therapies For The Heart Scientists in the United Kingdom (UK), using the same mRNA technology contained in COVID-19 vaccines, may have discovered a way to reverse heart muscle damage caused by a heart attack. The research team at British Heart Foundation Centre for Research Excellence at King’s College London could be the first scientists … Continue reading “New Therapies For The Heart”

Permanent Daylight Savings Time

Permanent Daylight Savings Time Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Florida) believes Americans want to stop the “back-and-forth clock changing” that occurs every March when many states switch over to Daylight Saving Time (DST). So, Rubio and Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash.), co-authored a bill to make DST the permanent time of the United States. On March 15, the … Continue reading “Permanent Daylight Savings Time”

Is Aspirin Still The Best Thing For Heart Attacks?

Is Aspirin Still The Best Thing For Heart Attacks? People who are 60 and over should not take daily low-dose aspirin to prevent a first heart attack or stroke, a health guidelines panel said in a draft recommendation recently. The U.S. Preventative Services Task Force (Task Force), a national panel of experts in prevention and … Continue reading “Is Aspirin Still The Best Thing For Heart Attacks?”