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Tips to Gain Weight

Posted by on Aug 28, 2014

Although it may sound absurd and even though most of us would not believe it, there are people in their 40s who are struggling to gain in some weight, as they are too skinny for their age. Most of us are looking to find a diet which will help us lose the extra weight, not add some more. But, these people are having a really hard time gaining weight and that can lead to serious problems, especially after the age of 40, when the body is slowly starting its decline. Therefore, they have to take a lot more care of what their eating, of their nutrition and they should find a way to gain some weight. Eat More, Work Out More It may sound...

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Tricks to mantain your silhouette

Posted by on Aug 27, 2014

Because the winter holidays have passed, you have no excuse to run from your daily exercises or to eat everything is in the refrigerator. Dinners, long list of fine drinks, and extra pounds, its echoes are felt at this time. Fight to keep our figure becomes much harder, which is why we propose a top of some tricks to maintain the  right weight. Don`t forget, you have many options for your meals! 1. Go and play!-Attractive presentation of food can fool the mind of the existence of more food on the plate. In conclusion, try to be creative at every meal enjoy! 2. Start the day from high to...

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Older People Who Are Bilingual Can Keep Alzheimer’s Away

Posted by on Aug 27, 2014

There have been so many studies made on the subject of the most famous degenerative conditions, the Alzheimer’s disease, that it became quite clear that a lot more research is needed in order to determine what exactly causes the death of the brain cells and what people can do in order to prevent it. According to the most recent study on the issue, it seems that being bilingual does a lot of good. Bilingual People Can Prevent Alzheimer’s for At Least 4 Years Although the study does not show us how to totally prevent the condition, it gives people some hints into what they can do if they want to live longer without...

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Ibuprofen Can Protect Against Parkinson’s

Posted by on Aug 26, 2014

One of the most common conditions which develop in older people is Parkinson’s disease. Even though there have been cases in which young people were affected, mostly it only strikes the old, as it is a degenerative condition, just like Alzheimer’s. In what concerns the treatment, there have been made many studies and a lot of research on the subject and there is still no cure found for the condition. However, there are some things that can make life with Parkinson’s a little better. Furthermore, according to the latest research made on the subject, it seems that people can even prevent or at least delay the development...

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Fried Food Healthy When Cooked in Olive Oil

Posted by on Aug 26, 2014

According to the experts, eating fried food is not necessarily bad for the heart or for the general health, as long as it is cooked I olive or sunflower oil. The experts could not find any risks of heart disease when the food was cooked in this manner. The experts have stated that these two oils are the only ones which do not affect the health. The oils used in a typical American house, and the lard which is also very popular, do affect health. Cook in Olive and Sunflower Oils This means that people should stop cooking food in the regular oils they use, and rely more on the olive and sunflower oil. When the food is cooked in...

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Colder Homes as Aid Faces Cuts

Posted by on Aug 25, 2014

It seems that thousands of Americans might be forced to live in cold homes, as the federal government might not offer them subsidies which could help them stay warm this winter. The funding for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program is in question this year, despite the fact that a record number of people have asked for government aid with the heating cost. The program was created to help the elder and the people who do not afford to pay fully for heat in their homes. The Budget President Obama is the one who proposed a reduction of the LIHEAP budget, in order to stabilize the federal spending. Last year, the LIHEAP had...

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Community and Caregiving

Posted by on Aug 25, 2014

The people in the United States of America are living longer and they stay in their homes for a longer period of time and this is the main reason for which the sense of community has become quite intense. Little communities are quite popular in the United States, as there are people all over the place who simply help their neighbors out. Therefore, the connections made last for a long period of time. If you live in a little neighborhood, where everybody knows each other, you probably know that there are a few people in your community who simply love helping other people out. Usually, this is the task of middle aged people, who...

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