Vacations Help You Live Longer

If you don’t have vacation plans, you aren’t the only one. Millions of Americans skip their vacation opportunities, which could be an unhealthy decision. Research from experts shows that vacations prevent stress and are important for your wellbeing. Here are some vacation de-stress tips. Lost Holidays Millions of Americans don’t…

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Beets: Top Youth Secret?

Beets aren’t the most popular vegetable, but they do have definite health benefits. In fact, a preliminary study from Wake Forest University shows that drinking a beetroot juice could help older brains function more efficiently. Researchers from Wake Forest University are studying the effect beetroot supplements have on older adults.…

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Tea Helps with Aging

Nothing warms your body and your soul like a warm cup of tea on a winter morning. Drinking hot tea can positively impact your health and since January is Hot Tea Month, it’s time that we embrace tea’s delicious anti-aging properties. History of Tea People have been drinking hot tea…

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Are You Suffering From Depression?

As the temperatures drop and the days get shorter it is usual to feel a bit blue, but when these feelings become overwhelming and last for days on end you may be suffering from something else: depression. Depression Awareness Month October is Depression Awareness Month and it’s important for us to…

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4 Perks of an Empty Nest

Whether you’re ready or not, your kids will eventually move out and start their own lives. This can be a great change for the parents and the adult children. Though it’s normal to feel a little sad by this occasion, there are numerous benefits to consider. Here are a few…

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You Get Better With Age

Just like a fine wine, you get better as you age. With every new year. you grow wiser, more emotionally stable, and more comfortable in your own skin. In short, aging increases your well being and new research proves this. Last month, Florida State University’s Pepper Institute on Aging and…

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Midlife Crisis vs Midlife Transition

It’s common for a middle-aged American to experience a midlife crisis, but this chapter in their lives doesn’t have to be a breaking point. With Mindful direction, a midlife “crisis” could be an opportunity for growth. The term “midlife crisis” was first coined in 1965 by psychoanalyst, Elliot Jacques. It’s…

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