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When we think of fitness, we often think of physical health, but mental fitness is just as important as physical fitness. Generally, fitness refers to a state of health and well-being usually achieved through regular physical exercise, good nutrition and adequate sleep.

The brain is always working. To do so, it needs a constant fuel supply. This fuel supply is the food we eat. What’s in food matters to the brain. What we eat directly affects its structure and function and ultimately our development, energy and moods.

GUM DISEASE COULD BE CAUSE AND CURE OF ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE

Dementia rates have skyrocketed among the aging population around the world. There are many types and causes of dementia, but Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form, accounting for between 60 percent and 70 percent of all cases.

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A LASTING LEGACY

The Arnold family owned Daisy Hill, an 18th-century horse farm that was home to nine generations of Arnolds. Wanting to leave a lasting legacy to their community, the family was instrumental in the development of Daisy Hill Senior Living Community, a beautiful assisted living facility that opened in March 2013.

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WHAT IS MENTAL FITNESS?

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DOES FOOD INFLUENCE THE BRAIN?

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PERFORMANCE NUTRITION: 3 TIPS FOR ANY ATHLETE

With a new year in full stride, many of us are resolving to exercise more in 2019. It’s easy to be lured into taking supplements, shakes and other nutritional interventions to aid your fitness goals. Fortunately, sports nutrition doesn’t have to be….

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ARTHRITIS: SERIOUS DISEASE AFFECTS ONE IN FIVE PEOPLE

You probably know someone who is affected by arthritis. It may even be you.  “There are almost 56 million people, or more than one in five, who have arthritis,” said Marcy O’Koon, senior director in consumer health at the Arthritis Foundation.

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RECOVER FASTER WITH POST-WORKOUT MINI-MEALS

If you’re not eating after a workout, you are missing a prime opportunity. A post-workout mini-meal or snack is a quick way to boost recovery and ultimately improve performance.

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BONE DENSITY SCREENINGS PROMOTE GOOD HEALTH

Getting preventive screenings is one of the best measures you can take to promote good general health. If you are concerned you have a certain condition because it runs in your family or age group, there may be a test for it.

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MANAGING YOUR EMOTIONS AFTER CANCER TREATMENT

Patients living with cancer feel many different emotions, including anxiety and distress. These emotions can affect the quality of life of patients when they are going through post-cancer treatment.  According to the National Cancer Institute, distress after cancer treatment may be emotional, mental, social or spiritual.

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OCT 2019

SOCIAL MEDIA OFFERS CARING CONTACT FOR PEOPLE WITH CANCER

The loneliness that often accompanies a cancer diagnosis is rarely talked about. Cancer patients report friends often begin to treat them differently and reduce or even eliminate contact, calls or visits.

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OCT 2019