Woody Allen, when asked for his opinion about death, replied, “I don’t worry about dying, I just don’t want to be there when it happens!” Unfortunately, Allen will be there and so will the rest of us. This week, why I have a personal interest in the end of life. And what can we all do to provide the best of care to loved ones near death.
Yes, it is true that some people age better than others. One might look young at 65, while another looks old at 40. To some extent it’s a game of chance. If you pick the right parents your genetic makeup will help you age gracefully, and well. But it isn’t all predetermined.
Every 37 seconds someone dies of a heart attack in North America. But there are several natural remedies to protect the health of our hearts. They’re all available in health food stores and are not associated with the complications of cholesterol-lowering and other prescription drugs. Remember, the first rule of medicine is to do no harm:
For thousands of years, humans have been trying to figure out the secret to long life.
Cold weather, short days, and heated homes and offices often spell dry, lifeless skin. The winter blahs.
What would get more people walking? This activity offers tons of health benefits.
Athletes who compete at an elite level may be at greater risk of substance abuse, says a University of Alberta researcher. Laurie de Grace, who has interviewed 21 people recovering from addiction, wants to raise awareness about the potential link between athleticism and the use of drugs and alcohol.
Gwyneth Paltrow has been put on blast by a top U.S. gynaecologist after a contributor to her lifestyle blog advised women to use jade eggs to boost sex.
NEW YORK — Cereal makers have happily encouraged the belief that eating breakfast can help keep us thin and bring other benefits, partly by paying for studies that seem to support the idea.