Learning what diabetes is can be the first step in preventing or managing this disease. At middle age, it’s important that we understanding this disease that can have a debilitating impact on our health.
Listen, can you hear? The volume of Tinnitus is increasing in the United States, especially those Midlifers that served in the Armed Forces. Devin investigates current treatments regimens and a breakthrough in Neurostimulation that may lead to the first real solution.
We’ve put together the ultimate matchup of natural nut butters. Check out our review as Healthy Midlife writers evaluate our favorite peanut butter, almond butter, and sunflower seed butter for nutritional punch, hard hitting costs and knockout tastes.
Has midlife chaos caused you to lose your happiness? Perhaps you should think about focusing on others instead of yourself. Volunteering can help connect you with your community and bring a smile to your heart.
Read about Kathy’s journey to find the right equipment to avoid foot pain and blistered feet as she trained for a half-marathon. It’s not too late to start a new form of exercise. If you run into issues be persistent and find out how you can be successful.
Do you think attitude matters? I think it does. Keeping a positive attitude is key to life changes in your midlife. Find out how to maintain a positive attitude and if you have a negative attitude, how do you turn it around.