Health News Brief: Senior Focus: Reducing Heart Disease Risk, Promoting Stairwell Use May Drive Workers To Exercise, Cold-Weather Tips For Senior Citizens American Medical ID

 

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Health News Brief

January 28. 2014   

Senior Focus: Reducing Heart Disease Risk
There are several lifestyle approaches that can be used by middle age and older adults to decrease the chances of getting heart disease.
Dr. Michael W. Rich, Washington University Read More

Sleeping Too Little Or Too Much Linked To Heart Disease, Diabetes, Obesity
The relationships between unhealthy sleep durations and chronic diseases were partially explained by frequent mental distress and obesity.
Sleep Read More

Allergy-Friendly Super Bowl Party
Many of the traditional Super Bowl foods can be allergy-friendly. And those that arenít can be made so quite easily.
Source: Plate It Safe Read More

Signs Promoting Stairwell Use May Drive Workers To Exercise
Adults spend a large portion of their life in their workplace, and having access to and incorporating physical activity into one's day can have a positive impact on health.
Source: Preventative Medicine Read More

Cold-Weather Tips For Senior Citizens
Older adults need to exercise special care during cold weather; they are at higher risk of hypothermia than the rest of the adult population and can suffer ill effects at temperatures as high as 65 degrees.
Source: Times Herald-Record Read More



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