Tag: middle-age health

Improve or Prevent Age-Related Cognitive Decline with Exercise

Love it or hate it, exercise is part of life. I’m on the side of “hate it”. I really don’t like to exercise and usually find any excuse to avoid working out my body, and, as it turns out, my brain as well. Researchers… Continue Reading “Improve or Prevent Age-Related Cognitive Decline with Exercise”

Middle-Age Wisdom: Healthy snacking habits while working from home – Fox News

Hello all! Forgive me as I write this on my phone. My better half is telecommuting and has my computer at the moment. Before I share the article, I wanted to give a quick update on some scheduling changes during this covid-19 crisis. I’ve… Continue Reading “Middle-Age Wisdom: Healthy snacking habits while working from home – Fox News”

Middle-Age Wisdom: 9 Longevity Secrets from the Blue Zones

The life expectancy in the USA is 78.2 years of age. However, there are individuals all over the world that live to be 100+ years. What do they do differently than the rest of us? What are their secrets? The people from Blue Zone,… Continue Reading “Middle-Age Wisdom: 9 Longevity Secrets from the Blue Zones”

Middle-Age Wisdom: Health Secrets from World’s Oldest Female Body Builder

Ernestine emphasizes the 3 “D’s”. She says if you’re “Determined, Dedicated and Disciplined” you cannot fail.

Middle-Age Memoirs : Giving up gluten…again (and my new blog schedule.)

Tune in the first Tuesday each month for my monthly journal, the Middle-Age Memoirs – the ramblings of a middle-age wellness enthusiast.

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