A product review of the easyGOpro toilet stool.
Ok we’re half way there, what next? Do you ever wonder what your final days will be like? Is there anything you can do now that can make them better for you and your family when that time comes?
Managing stress is necessary in midlife. If you don’t manage it properly you can be at risk of developing diabetes. This article explains bad stress and how it can put you at risk.
Dr. Scott Wagner has written an excellent article about sleep apnea. If you think you are having signs of sleep apnea, please see your physician so that you can be treated as soon as possible. You can have major health issues if it goes untreated.
I’ve noticed that my ability to sleep well at night has changed in my middle age journey. Food can have a tremendous impact on how well or not well we sleep. Discover how to get a better night’s sleep with these 8 sleeping tips.
Having trouble remembering things as you age? While brain power does decline as you age, you have more control over your memory than you realize. Learn about 6 top memory busters and what you can do to sharpen your memory.
Taking care of yourself in midlife isn’t just diet and exercise. Your teeth and gums are aging too. Our friend, Dr. Scott Wagner has started a series of articles for us where he will discuss midlifers concerns about keeping our teeth healthy so our teeth will last us through life.
What is Metabolic Syndrome?
Discover how to reduce your midlife risk for this precursor to diabetes and heart disease and stroke
Discover how to reduce your midlife risk of Metabolic Syndrome. Also called Insulin Resistance Syndrome, this condition can be a precursor to diabetes and heart disease and stroke.
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.
Are you a slow ager? Do you have long telomeres? Learn the clues that may predict your probability of living to be 100 and what you can do to increase your odds. We also found inspiring videos of healthy and active centenarians who are living life to the fullest from bowling to studying for a doctorate.
We can significantly reduce our risk of diabetes with five lifestyle changes. For us middle age people, even for those with a family history of type 2 diabetes, the results of recent study show that making these five changes can prevent or delay onset of the disease.
Does sex begin to suffer after you hit 45? A Zogby International Poll on sex after 45 uncovers some interesting results. Learn what not to be surprised by and what can help you move through these midlife transitions.
Recent findings show U.S. women aged 45-64 are the unhealthiest. Why is this and how do we change this statistic? Find out more about the article I read from abc.com.
When trying to lose or maintain weight over 40 or over 50, it helps if your metabolism is functioning properly. Did you know that you can do something about it? Find out how exercise, what you eat and even supplements can assist in boosting your metabolism.
Ever wonder why your muffin top grows as you reach midlife? Find out what I learned about the three factors that cause you to gain abdominal fat and what you need to do to make it go away.
No one enjoys getting a mammogram but women over 40 know it is important to get a mammogram to be screened properly for breast cancer. The question is when to start and how often to get it.
For many women, entering midlife means dealing with the onset of menopause. No need to sweat it, you can take control of your body and find relief in many ways. Here’s what you can do to reduce hot flashes, low libido, incontinence and bone loss.
1 out of 4 men and 1 out of 8 women over 40 have a sleep disorder, the most common is Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). This personal account tells a story of about sleep apnea that has become all to common in mid life America.
Reducing the risk of chronic middle age disease could be as easy as using a TV remote control. According to a Harvard study, 2 hours of TV watching per day could be life threatening. Learn how turning off the TV can help prevent type 2 diabetes and heart disease.