Browse Month: December 2017

Why Lung Cancer Hits Women Harder

dt_140501_lung_cancer_800x600Lung cancer kills more women every year than breast cancer. In fact, lung Cancer is the 2nd leading cause of death among both men and women with statistics showing it is an increasing problem for women especially as they have a proven susceptibility to developing lung cancer. Continue Reading

The Key to Anti-Aging Health

young-woman-a-mirror-and-old-womanAge, it’s a natural part of life. But just because you’re getting older doesn’t mean you have to look like it. With a few simple steps anyone can look and feel younger than they actually are. One of the biggest steps someone can take in the battle against age is to lead a healthy lifestyle. Anti-aging health is all about your lifestyle, eating habits, fitness, and a number of other factors which can affect how well a person ages. Maintaining such a lifestyle requires a certain level of commitment and dedication. Continue Reading

The Joint’s A Rockin: Keeping Arthritis At Bay

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Sore, aching knees, hips, fingers, backrest. Pain after excessively much activity. Pain after overly little. Eventually, almost everyone gets degenerative arthritis. Sometimes it’s the result of decades of wear-and-tear on the shock-absorbing cartilage that prevents bone from rubbing against bone. Sometimes it starts sooner, after an injury to the knees or other joints. Continue Reading