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17
MAY
2019

Breathing Techniques To Help Your Heart

New studies are showing that IMST could help improve your blood pressure and lower your risk of having a heart attack, enhance your cognitive skills and reflexes. The study results were presented at the annual Experimental Biology Conference in Florida. IMST stands for...
17
MAY
2019

Heart Attacks Occurring More For Women

According to a recent study in the journal Circulation more and more women are having heart attacks. Approximately every 40 seconds someone in the United States has a heart attack. Heart attacks has continued to rise and have been increasing in younger women from the age of 35...
09
MAY
2019

Ask Yourself These Questions About Your LTC Policy

On average nearly 70% of people who are over the age of 65 years old will need some type of Long Term Care in their life. It’s important to prepare and plan for your future ahead. Here are some questions published by Forbes that will help you understand your Long Term Care...
08
MAY
2019

Could Living Alone Cause Depression?

At the University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvenlines a recent study suggests that people who are living alone are more likely to suffer from mental disorders. The study was published in the journal PLOS ONE and links the isolation to developing depression. In the past...
07
MAY
2019

Future Vaccine To Cure Alzheimer’s Disease?

Experimental studies at the University of Texas are showing good results for a vaccine that could possibly slow down Alzheimer’s disease. The experiments and research are published in the journal Alzheimer’s Research & Therapy. The research included animal testing...
06
MAY
2019

Benefits of Drinking Tea Daily

Drinking tea daily can improve your skin, help you lose weight and keep you trim, but did you know it has amazing benefits for your health. Not only can tea lower your cholesterol, fight off allergies, keep your memory sharp, and work as a natural anti-inflammatory but it can...
03
MAY
2019

Losing Your Hearing

A common issue that comes with aging is losing your hearing. At some point or another this will happen to everyone whether it’s gradually or suddenly gone. People over the age of 65 are estimated to experience hearing loss and half of those people over the age of 75 will...
02
MAY
2019

Avocado Health Benefits

Avocados have many health benefits like fighting against obesity, heart disease, and diabetes. According to researchers at the Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, eating avocados everyday will help to lower a person’s risk of developing metabolic syndrome. Metabolic...
04
APR
2019

Plan for Long Term Care

As we age we have a higher chance of needing long term care insurance. Whether we develop an illness or injury or a chronic disease like Alzheimers or Dementia. Planing for long term care doesn’t have to be last minute. You should spend time planning out your future and...
29
JUN
2018

Long-Term-Care Insurance Isn’t Dead, but Why People are Looking More Into Hybrid-Policies

Long-term-care insurance isn’t dead, according to a 2018 Wall Street Journal article, instead it is being used as an estate-planning-tool. Today Americans are more interested in hybrid policies and these policies are reshaping the U.S. insurance industry. When LTC insurance...
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