Studies have shown that people with systolic blood pressures of 130 to 139 or diastolic pressures of 80 to 89 are twice as likely to have a heart attack or stroke. Both of those disorders almost always cause a person to lose their quality of life for the rest of their lives. Both could also be terminal, leaving one with no quality of life.
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BMI (Body Mass Index) is an estimate of body fat based on your weight relative to your height.
Emerging research conducted in human studies shows a strong correlation between healthy aging and a healthy gut microbiome.
Blowing out more and more candles each year is inevitable. However, getting older doesn’t necessarily have to be a bad thing.
Practicing mindfulness means letting go of thoughts about the past and thoughts about the future and simply allowing yourself to exist in the present moment.
Transitional dressing doesn’t have to be scary; it can actually bring out your most fashion forward and functional looks. From layering tips to how autumn-ize your summer staples, we have you covered.
Summer is in full swing which means many families will be spending time around the pool, beach, rivers, and lakes to cool off from the heat and entertain the days away from school.
Research finds that going through tough times as a kid can have a developmental impact on the brain. In the studies (referenced below), the adult brains of people who were raised in a stressful environment before the age of six were smaller than the brains of adults who had a less stressful childhood. This result was also impacted by the child’s ability to cope with the stress. Often if the child had no means of releasing stress they would internalize the stresses experienced years earlier – ruminating and bottling up emotions.