Help Ward Off Dementia with Vitamin D

Vitamin D has long been known as “The Sunshine Vitamin” because the skin makes it when exposed to light. It’s an important nutrient because Vitamin D supports your muscles, nerves, and immune system. You can also get it from eating eggs, fatty fish, and fortified foods like milk and cereal. Additionally, a new study has determined that Vitamin D has another important...
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A Novel Approach to Selling Books: 70-Year-Old Woman Travels America in Her Bookstore on Wheels

Like most bookstores, Rita Collins’s has shelves filled from floor-to-ceiling with books. The store has 600 volumes meticulously organized by genre, as well as plenty of overhead lighting and attractive carpeting. What sets this bookstore apart from most is that it has been to over 30 states and has traveled cross-country three times since 2015. How is this possible? Because St....
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Upward Dog Can Bring Down High Blood Pressure

One of the most common health conditions in the U.S. is hypertension. Nearly 50% of adults have hypertension, or high blood pressure, yet many don’t even know they have it. But just because high blood pressure is so common doesn’t mean you should ignore it. Hypertension can put people at risk for serious health conditions, such as heart attacks or strokes. Lifestyle changes...
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The Biggest Retirement Challenge That No One Talks About

Retirement means different things to different people. A recent study asked retirees over the age of 60, “What is your single biggest challenge in retirement?” Money, of course, remains a concern. But surprisingly, the list’s top three positions didn’t include “Retirement Savings.” But retirement planning? That’s a different issue. Having steady...
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