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Lower Your Stress Hormones by Beautifying Your Garden

by Editorial Team September 21st, 2017 | Aging Well
Are you experiencing stress at home or at work? Do you often find yourself coming home each day from work with a lack of energy to perform any significant tasks or get outside to exercise? It can be easy to arrive home after a long day and lay down on the couch to watch television, eat a meal, and continue watching television until you go to sleep for the night. While you may feel as those these activities help you to de-stress, gardening is an activity that can challenge you physically and stimulate you mentally while also lowering your
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Top Medical Procedures to Help You Feel Comfortable in the Skin You’re In

by Editorial Team August 5th, 2015 | Aging Well
Everyone has something about them that they wish they could change. Whether it’s having whiter teeth, a smaller waistline, or clearer skin, we all wish we could change something about ourselves. Even celebrities whom we wish we could be like sometimes alter their appearances so that they feel better about who they are. If you’ve found your confidence diminished to the point that your quality of life has changed, it’s time to do something about it.

Luckily, there are several surgical options that you have to make yourself look and feel better from head to toe.

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Who Needs Cancer Testing?

by Editorial Team May 6th, 2015 | Aging Well
Every year many of us attend our annual wellness exams. Our doctors look us over from top to bottom and determine whether or not we are in good health, and we often question them to see if there is anything we need to include in our daily regimens to increase our likelihood of longevity. However, while we have our annual check-ups, we often avoid asking about our need to be tested for cancer.

For many of us, cancer is a four-letter word, and we often want to avoid talking about it for fear that we ourselves may be diagnosed. However, we
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Should Eating Habits Change as You Age?

by Joe Lawrence October 2nd, 2014 | Aging Well, Health Observance
One thing people often ask is whether they should change their exercise regimes after they reach certain ages. Most know after they retire they require new hobbies to keep the mind going and something to replace the social aspect of work they once had. Almost everyone knows they need to watch their finances more closely when living on a fixed income. However, almost no one knows or seemingly asks whether they need to alter their diets at all. Spoiler Alert...the answer is 'yes.'

As we age our bodies metabolism slows down. We are no longer able to burn the amounts
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Is Happiness the Real Fountain of Youth?

by Joe Lawrence September 5th, 2014 | Aging Well
It has long been thought that being happy is good for the soul. Many even attribute the positive emotion to helping someone beat sickness more quickly as evident in the age old quote, "laughter is the best medicine." However, it is becoming more and more evident that happiness can increase longevity and boost immune systems.

It goes without saying, those who are more positive are less likely to worry about every potential pitfall of a situation and thus be less stressed on a daily basis. It is not uncommon to hear of a friend or coworker
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