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A difficult circumstance if the elder in question is living at home or with the abuser rather than in a licensed facility. This generally involves family dynamics and relationships that may have gone ... Read More »
Many of our adult problems come from the fact that our parents weren't emotional with us as kids. Successful relationships require that we peel back this frustration and don't hide from the intimacy ... Read More »
Dropping a few pounds is just a matter of eating less and exercising more, right? Wrong. You'll shed more weight -- and reduce stress levels -- if you add these two steps to the formula: Chill out ... Read More »
On Sharecare we’re dishing out tips to eat a nutritious diet on a budget, the best health apps for your busy lifestyle, why you’re not done with vaccines just yet and more. Check out five ... Read More »
Don't like to exercise? You may be able to blame your genes. A new study done on lab rats and published in The Journal of Physiology suggests that whether or not people feel motivated to exercise ... Read More »
Screening for colorectal cancer should be done as follows: - If you are 50, undergo an endoscopic procedure, preferably a screening colonoscopy. - If you have personal risk factors such as ... Read More »
In the past two years, we have experienced the advent of something never before seen in our country: the legalization of marijuana (recreational use) in two states. Ask the good citizens of ... Read More »
As the saying goes, “age is just a number.” So true! Because when it comes to your health, your calendar age doesn’t mean as much as your RealAge® – the biological age of your ... Read More »
Give your body what it needs to adapt (e.g. exercise, nutritional support, and a good night’s sleep), check in with your body to see what leaves you feeling the best overall, and then get on with ... Read More »
A new blood test may be 90% accurate at predicting whether someone will develop Alzheimer's disease within the next three years. Researchers at Georgetown University tested the blood of 525 ... Read More »

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