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It’s not the shock of looking in the mirror and realizing you aren’t 16 anymore that will get you. New research has linked forehead wrinkles (having two or more) with an increased risk of death from cardiovascular disease. Even when controlling for other factors like age, other diseases, smoking, etc., having wrinkles on the forehead […]

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Rethinking Summer Tea

August 1, 2016

Iced tea, iced coffee, blended fraps, those are the popular drinks of summer. But different places have different traditions when it comes to matching the temperature of a drink to the temperature of the weather, and there’s even some logic behind it. When you start a hot day with a hot drink, it gets your […]

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Working to promote healthy cholesterol? It’s a goal that crosses many preconceived expectations—it may not be because of past buttery diets or weight, some people just need to work against their genetic predisposition. No longer do we talk of cutting cholesterol, because it plays a pretty important role in our bodies, in the creation of […]

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Whether you’re older or younger, already facing heart problems, worried about what’s to come, or currently just fine, it’s always a good time to work on improving heart health. Too Early? Nope. Obviously, prevention is the best case scenario, and you’re never too young to do something for your heart! Here’s where we hit all […]

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The older you get, the less likely you are to exercise, not just because of ageing, but because of various accumulated health conditions: diabetes, arthritis, or just poor heart health. While exercise is important for many aspects of health, people with other health concerns don’t have to go that far, according to recent research. Any […]

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