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”

Your Eyes Can Indicate If You Have High Blood Pressure, Also Known As Hypertension.

Your Eyes Can Indicate If You Have High Blood Pressure, Also Known As Hypertension An old proverb says, “the eyes are windows to the soul,” meaning that your eyes can reveal your emotions and even your thoughts at times. Similarly, the eyes can indicate whether a person has high blood pressure, also known as hypertension. … Continue reading “Your Eyes Can Indicate If You Have High Blood Pressure, Also Known As Hypertension.”

You Are What You Eat

You Are What You Eat Members of the San Francisco 49ers football team underwent an imaging test that measures body fat and muscle mass. Nick Bosa, the team’s defensive end, said the results from the dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry test showed his body fat percentage was the lowest on the team. The 24-year-old Bosa credits his … Continue reading “You Are What You Eat”

Signs Of A Silent Heart Attack

Signs Of A Silent Heart Attack When we think of people having a heart attack, we usually imagine them clutching their chest, doubling over in pain, and collapsing, as we see on a television show or in the movies. But, not all heart attacks are that intense. In fact, a person could be having a … Continue reading “Signs Of A Silent Heart Attack”

Eating Dairy Linked to Lower Risk of Diabetes and High Blood Pressure

Eating Dairy Linked to Lower Risk of Diabetes and High Blood Pressure Eating at least two servings of dairy every day may lower the risk of developing diabetes and high blood pressure, according to findings from a large international study. Results also showed that higher consumption of whole-fat dairy alone, or eaten in combination with low-fat … Continue reading “Eating Dairy Linked to Lower Risk of Diabetes and High Blood Pressure”