Blog Posts - Healthy Aging



New Help for Constipation

Helpful Tips for Dealing with Constipation While the exact percentage is not exactly known, about 30 percent of Americans may suffer from constipation. Women and the elderly are particularly affected by this condition. The National Digestive Diseases...
by Memory Loss, Alzheimer’s on Jul 16, 2016

New Help for Constipation

Helpful Tips for Dealing with Constipation While the exact percentage is not exactly known, about 30 percent of Americans may suffer from constipation. Women and the elderly are particularly affected by this condition. The National Digestive Diseases...
by Our Reliance on Substances on Jul 16, 2016

9 Reasons Why What You Think About Aging Matters

Henry Ford supposedly said, “If you think you can’t—you can’t. If you think you can—you can.” While that statement usually applies to reaching our goals or persevering in spite of the odds, we seldom consider it in context with aging. ...
by SMART Living 365 on Nov 5, 2015

Bodily Changes and Healthy Aging

Bodily Changes and Healthy Aging From the beginning of our birth, our body endures many changes. As we reach young adolescence, however th ...
by Health And Beauty on Jan 16, 2015

Controlling Disease in Healthy Aging

Controlling Disease in Healthy Aging Once you have learned that you have an illness like cancer or heart disease,...
by Health And Beauty on Jan 16, 2015

Activities Promoting Healthy Aging

Activities Promoting Healthy Aging Lack of activities can prevent you from living healthy. When you do not enjoy activities, you may feel...
by Health And Beauty on Dec 24, 2014

Happy Healthy Sexy at 90? Diet Choices Prolong Life-60 Minutes Video

See unexpected lifestyle/diet choices that support healthy longevity beyond 90. Meet happy seniors and a Doctor revealing surprising findings in aging study. 60 Minutes Video may prolong your life and love life.

How To Have A Healthy Aging ?

As you age, your sign becomes slightly slower and your heart might become larger. Your blood vessels and your arteries put together become stiffer, inflicting your heart to work a lot of sturdy to pump blood through them. This might lead to high very...
by Caring Our Health on Feb 21, 2014

May 21st 2014 Would Have Been Dad’s 100th Birthday ;-)

Today May 21st 2014 would have been Dad’s 100th Birthday the Ultimate Goal of this website, it all began the day in his early 90′s when he announced that “on my journey to 100, I will” and out he spouted … Continue reading →...
by My Journey to 100 on Jan 29, 2014

May 21st Dad’s 100th Birthday Coming Soon ;-)

The clock is still counting down to what will and would have been Dads 100th birthday! It all began the day in his early 90′s when he announced that “on my journey to 100, I will” and out he spouted … Continue reading →...
by My Journey to 100 on Jan 29, 2014

Five Ways Exercise Helps You Live a Long, Healthy Life

In recent years more than a few studies suggest that the single most important lifestyle factor in determining good health may be physical activity. It can lower your risk of the leading causes of death and increase your chances of staying ac...
by CNCA Health Blog on May 23, 2013

Mixed News in Annual Cancer Survivorship Stats

A new report by the American Association for Cancer Research estimates that there are almost 14 million cancer survivors in the U.S., a number that is expect to rise by 31% to 18 million by 2022. On the surface the news is good--especially fo...
by CNCA Health Blog on Apr 5, 2013

Smart Nutrition, Supplements for Brain Health

Let’s face it, we’re all getting older--both individually and as a population. That’s why researchers are so focused on learning what we can do to help maintain a healthy brain as we age. And what they are finding is that go...
by CNCA Health Blog on Apr 2, 2013

Seven Tips to Avoid Dangerous Medication Mistakes

Every year, more than a million people are injured or killed by medication errors. In fact, medication mistakes are the 6th leading cause of death. To help address this issue, the Women’s Heart Foundation launched Medication Safety Week to offe...
by CNCA Health Blog on Apr 1, 2013

New Discovery May Treat or Prevent Osteoarthritis

Researchers at Rhode Island Hospital have found that adding lubricin, a protein that our bodies naturally produce, to the fluid in our joints may reduce the risk of or even prevent osteoarthritis (OA). Osteoarthritis currently affects an esti...
by CNCA Health Blog on Mar 29, 2013

Meatless Monday Tip: Lighten Up Your Plate With Meatless Protein

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S. and other developed countries and high amounts of saturated fats from red meat and dairy products are often blamed. But that’s not all. Research indicates that eating too much red meat...
by CNCA Health Blog on Mar 25, 2013

Poor Sleep May Triple Risk of Heart Failure

If you have difficulty falling asleep and staying asleep almost every night and then feel tired in the morning, you may be three times more likely experience heart failure down the road, says new research. Heart failure is a chronic condition in whic...
by CNCA Health Blog on Mar 22, 2013

Crash Diets, Aging Slows Metabolic Rate

Something happens to your body around age 25 that can cause you to start gaining weight, even if your food intake and exercise levels have not changed—your metabolism starts to slow down. And, it continues to slow by about 2% per decade...
by CNCA Health Blog on Mar 20, 2013

Good Nutrition Promotes a Lifetime of Healthy Vision

During March's Save Your Vision Month, the American Optometric Association (AOA) wants you to know that caring for your eyes includes being careful to include certain nutrients in your diet. Two decades of extensive research have provided a bet...
by CNCA Health Blog on Mar 11, 2013

FDA Panel Says Risk of Using Osteoporosis Drug Are Too High

An expert FDA panel voted 12-9 against continued marketing of the inhalable osteoporosis drug calcitonin salmon because the drug’s risks--which include a higher risk of cancer--are too great in light of little evidence that the drug pre...
by CNCA Health Blog on Mar 8, 2013


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