Posted Thu, 2012/11/29 - 22:03 by Fred LeePlant-based diets high in fruits and vegetables and lower in animal products have been shown to have a protective effect against cancer.
Posted Tue, 2012/11/27 - 23:55 by Fred LeeHigher levels of social interaction later in life can help a person to maintain both their physical and emotional health.
Posted Thu, 2012/11/15 - 01:39 by Fred LeePan frying meat can raise the temperature high enough so that carcinogens are created that may increase a person's risk for prostate cancer.
Posted Mon, 2012/10/29 - 21:07 by Fred LeeCombining mental and physical stimulation on a regular basis can have appears to have a protective effect against age related memory loss, which can be an indicator of dementia.
Posted Mon, 2012/10/15 - 22:36 by Fred LeeIncreased consumption of tomatoes was linked to higher serum levels of the antioxidant lycopene in men, which is believed to have a protective effect against strokes.
Posted Tue, 2012/10/09 - 21:43 by Fred LeeAcupuncture has shown promise as a safe, effective, and more economical alternative to knee surgery.
Posted Tue, 2012/09/25 - 21:01 by Fred LeePsychological and emotional stress and trauma not only lowers our quality of life, but it can contribute to physical ailments, including irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
Posted Thu, 2012/09/20 - 20:37 by Fred LeeWhile survivors of heart failure are advised to be sedentary, tai chi could be a safe and effective way to get some exercise in order to improve their quality of life and physical and emotional state.
Posted Mon, 2012/09/17 - 21:11 by Fred LeeShort bursts of intense exercise, also known as sprinting, may be more efficient and have greater health benefits than aerobic exercises such as jogging.