‘Grandpa’ May Be The New Dad. Here’s How Older Dads Can Be Proactive About Their Health

Sixty-nine-year-old actor Richard Gere was recently blessed with a new baby. But not as a grandfather - a father! The Pretty Woman star and long standing Hollywood heartthrob welcomed a baby boy with his 35-year-old wife.

Hawaii’s Legal Smoking Age May Increase to 100. Why We All Should Care

According to one news report, the bill in Hawaii “...aims to raise the legal minimum age to purchase or possess cigarettes to 30 by next year, 40 by 2021, 50 by 2022, 60 by 2023 and 100 by 2024. The timetable would allow the state to plan for a loss in cigarette tax revenue…” When you take a look at statistics which show how damaging smoking cigarettes is to our health, Hawaii’s timetable really makes sense.

Herbs Over Insulin? This Unconventional Diabetes Treatment Cost a Little Boy His Life

In 2014, 13-year-old Edgar Lopez died after his mother decided to stop giving him insulin prescribed by a pediatrician. He suffered from type 1 diabetes.

The Nutrient All ALS Patients May Need

There are some diseases which disproportionately affect certain racial groups. For example, diabetes and hypertension are especially prevalent in the African-American communities. And amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also called Lou Gehrig’s disease, appears to be most common among Caucasians - especially males. According to the ALS CARE Database, 60% of the people with ALS in the Database are men and 93% of patients are Caucasian.

Information You Need To Get ‘A-Head’ of Brain Injuries Like Concussions

Football is America’s favorite sport to watch. Between 2016 and 2018, the average TV audience for a regular season NFL game was approximately 15 million viewers. And the Super Bowl - the final game of the football season - attracted over 100 million viewers over the past five years.

Alzheimer’s Needs to Be Put to Bed, Literally

A little boy by the name of Joshua Trump recently made headlines after he was caught sound asleep at President Trump’s SOTU address. Luckily for Joshua, he’s a child. So people laughed and thought it was adorable. As a child, you can get away with sleeping anywhere, any time!

You Won’t Believe What Flaxseeds May Do For Your Gut

Flaxseed and linseed are both the same. It is a plant of the Linaceae plant family and a crop that has been grown for thousands of years. Some sources say that flax was one of the first crops to be domesticated.

Risks of Eating Leftovers You May Not Think About

Eating food is one of life’s greatest pleasures. In fact, sitting down to a delicious meal may be a great sensory experience. Food can look good, smell good and taste good. Just think about how you feel on a rainy day or when you are sick and curl up with a bowl of homemade chicken soup. The soup is warm, comforting and feels good going down. Food brings people together and is important in every culture across the globe. And most importantly, food gives our bodies the nutrients, including protein, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins and minerals, they need to function and stay healthy.

Steal This Tip From Hunter-Gatherers for Better Gut Health

It has been reported that the Father of Medicine, Hippocrates, once said that “all disease begins in the gut.” And in my opinion he was definitely on to something, because there is plenty of credible evidence to suggest that we should be concerned about our gut health.

Break the Silence of Silent Heart Attacks

Heart attacks don’t always happen the way you see in movies with “out-of-the-blue chest pain and a dramatic collapse, with only overweight men being affected.” In fact, there are those who blame the movies for missing the warning signs of a heart attack. And there is research supporting the finding that 4 in 10 people “believe the symptoms and treatment of heart disease we see on the big screen.” This belief “could be fatal if it causes them to miss the warning signs in themselves or others.”

Get Through Menopause with Grace & Wetness

Menopause and vaginal dryness. Not exactly a topic of discussion women want to openly discuss. But “Curb Your Enthusiasm” actress Cheryl Hines, 53, is having the discussion no matter how painful or awkward it may be.

Going Vegan May Help Your Gut Hormones Do Their Best Job

If you’re used to eating meat, dairy and other animal foods, you may find that following a vegan diet, which is plant-based and avoids all animal foods, can be very challenging. Despite the increasing presence of vegan restaurants with meat alternatives like the Impossible Burger and vegan bloggers giving us plenty of #veganinspiration, giving up meat and cheese can be challenging.

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