Category: Others

Cardio, Fitness, Others

benefits of sleepFive Benefits of Getting the Sleep Your Body Needs

It’s no secret the way to feel your best every day is to get the right amount of sleep every night. How much is “the right amount”? Seven to nine hours, according to the National Sleep Foundation. For some people, that’s a big challenge. But we think that knowing about some of the specific benefits […]

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Aging, Others

CCTV security systemSurveillance & Medical Care: 5 Ways Video Monitoring Can Improve Patient Care

Hospitals using surveillance systems are reporting fewer patient falls, according to an article in the CT Post. The idea is that certified nursing assistants and trained medical staff can monitor patients from various hospital rooms at the same time. If a patient at high risk for falling or hurting themselves looks like they’re making a […]

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Others, Well-being

deep luxurious sleepDeep, Luxurious Sleep Really is Important … and Possible

The CDC states that sleeping less than seven hours each day has been linked to a host of awful health conditions, like obesity, heart disease and diabetes. And if you have trouble sleeping yourself, you know firsthand the havoc that poor sleep can wreak on your life. Whether it’s physical factors that inhibit you from […]

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Fitness, Others

healthy hairHealthy, Manageable Hair at Any Age

There are many factors that can play a role in how your hair looks, including thickness, manageability, and genetics. A shiny, bouncy mane means you’re giving your body the nutrients it needs to remain strong and beautiful. However, as men age, changes in your physical activity, diet and yes, unfortunately, hereditary traits can cause your lustrous hair […]

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Others

aging and drivingKeeping Your Loved One Safe on the Road: Warning Signs and Driving Tips 

It can be difficult to see our parents age, especially as the aging process starts to limit their capabilities, dismantle lifestyles and, in particular, corrode their independence. Despite this difficult time, your responsibility is to intervene when your aging parent shows signs of behavior that could be a risk to themselves or others, particularly driving. […]

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