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Fitness after 50

Exercise, Cardiac Rehab, and Healthy Lifestyle Tips 21 Aug 2016
Yes, You Can Do That at Your Age     Found: The Fountain of Youth. It’s at your local gym, or the bike path in the park, or the sidewalk in your neighbourhood.     Basically, it’s anywhere but your couch. “You can’t help getting older, but you don...
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The Risks of Belly Fat

General Discussion 18 Aug 2016
The Risks of Belly Fat -- and How to Beat Them     In the late 1990s, Ginger Moore was at a health crossroads. Like many others in their early 40s, she’d packed on some extra pounds around the middle. She’s the first to admit that she ate “for all the wrong reasons....
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Red Meat, Earlier Grave

General Discussion 13 Aug 2016
Lots of Red Meat, an Earlier Grave? People who eat more plant-based proteins lower risk of dying younger, study suggests     If you turn to red meat as your main source of protein, you could be shortening your life, a new study suggests.   People who get more of their protein from...
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Obesity Bad for Brain, Too

General Discussion 11 Aug 2016
Obesity May Be Bad for the Brain, Too Study found 10-year difference in amount of white matter between obese and lean people.    Could too much weight be bad for the brain as well as the belly?   New research suggests that being overweight or obese may trigger premature ageing...
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Damaged heart genes can be inherited

Heart News and Updates 02 Aug 2016
Damaged heart genes can be inherited       A new analysis of congenital heart disease has found affected children often inherit damaging gene variants from their seemingly healthy parents. The work by Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, and partially funded by the British Heart Founda...
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