Living Longer, But Not Always Healthier

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With medical advances extending lifespans, people are living longer worldwide. However, more years of life does not necessarily translate into more healthy years. This trend has raised concerns about increased chronic disease and rising healthcare costs. Living Longer, But Not Always Healthier. What can be done to facilitate healthy aging? KEY POINTS CHANGING the AGING […]

Understanding Arthritis

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Susan Nesci – Chief Public Health and Policy Officer with the Arthritis Foundation joined us to update and inform on what many people do not generally know about types of arthritis and new developments. Discussed are details of such arthritic conditions as Gout. The importance and use of canes. Every 1 pound of weight equals […]

Weight Avoidance – A Holiday Tradition

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The holidays have arrived and so has the food. Here are some common sense suggestions to enjoy what’s to eat while making room for satisfaction and not regrets.

Diabetes to Triple

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“DIABETES IS POISED TO TRIPLE BY 2050” Life style changes that enable the advancement of this disease, though preventable it is set to triple in cases by the year 2050. Plenty can be done, we just need to take action now. ..Imagine the ramifications of a new federal report that projects 1 in 3 American adults […]

Mediterranean Diet and Resolving Diabetes

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OBJECTIVE To test the effects of two Mediterranean diet (MedDiet) interventions versus a low-fat diet on incidence of diabetes. Three participant groups, one in the MedDiet with olive oil group, one on the MedDiet with nuts group, and the control group. When the two MedDiet groups were pooled and compared with the control group, diabetes […]