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Now displaying: October, 2016
Oct 31, 2016

Have you looked in your medicine cabinet? There are probably more items

than you’d expect that are outdated, old or smelly. They need to be thrown out,

even if they’re not empty. Expired items will no longer be effective and may even

be hazardous to your health. Before you toss products into the trash, check out the

tips from the FDA on their website-- -they also provide an updated list of what

expired items may be hazardous to your heath! In addition to looking at dates on

medicine, be sure to also look for cosmetics that may have expired—if the

consistency and/or smell of the product has changed considerably, throw it out.

Also, never share your cosmetics, girls, that’s a good way to spread infections, like

pink eye and mono.

 

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Oct 29, 2016

if diving into your favorite comfort food is the first thing you like to do at the

hint of cold weather, think about adding some spices to your recipe. Certain spices

can improve your health. Spicing up that favorite winter soup or stews can be

comforting, both mentally and physically. It can also help us stay healthier and

stronger as the cold winds blow. It’s proven that Cilantro is an important spice

used as a medicinal herb to aid digestion. Dr. Michael Murray, a natural medicine

doctor and author of The Encyclopedia of Healing Foods, suggests trying nutmeg

may encourage sleep by mirroring the effect of serotonin. You can also combat

your irritable mood or low-level depression by sprinkling turmeric in your dish for

a quick pick-me- up and to reduce inflammation in your joints.

 

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Oct 28, 2016

Are you stuck in a funk of binge watching your favorite series at night or

mindlessly watching the computer screen? What happened to that “beach read”

that never made it out of your bag on that summer vacation? A new study from the

University of California in Irvine suggests that if you substitute a night of TV

watching to focus instead on sharpening your memory and concentration with a

literary break you might find your mood and energy levels improve too! As the

months get colder don’t be afraid to curl up on the couch with a mug of green tea

and a good book—maybe a roaring fire too. Not only will your heart feel good,

your mind will be fed too. It’s for your health!

Oct 27, 2016

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Studies show that winter months can take a huge toll on our mental health-- -

and lots of people suffer from depression or a “down” mood during that time. The

darkness and cold dampen our moods and it’s proven that humans are social

animals that don’t do well in isolation, and the winter months can be very isolating

for people. Health professionals suggest that you and a close friend sign up for a

yoga, cooking, sewing, or scrapbooking class. Not only do these kinds of classes

improve your mental and physical fitness, but they help to fill that social craving

that we have as human beings. Also, don’t forget to supplement that Vitamin D in

the winter months. Even if the sun is shining in the winter, unless you are living in

Hawaii, those rays will not help your body maintain normal vitamin D levels.

Oct 25, 2016

It’s a little known fact that Sunscreen is important in the winter, maybe even

more than on certain summer days. Research shows that there are two types of

ultraviolet (UV) light from the sun that can damage your skin: ultraviolet A (UVA)

and ultraviolet B (UVB) light. UVB light penetrates the superficial layers of the

skin and causes skin to redden; it’s responsible for sunburn and can also lead to

skin cancer over time. UVA light, on the other hand, penetrates top and deeper

layers of skin, causing cell damage that can lead to cancer, premature aging of the

skin with wrinkles, spots, sagging, blotchiness. UVA light is tough to avoid

because it passes through window glass, unlike UVB, and it stays the same

strength ALL YEAR LONG! This is why sunscreen is also critical in the winter

months regardless of where you like to spend your time.  So be sure to keep that

SPF 30 handy year-round.

 

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Oct 24, 2016

Did you know that you can get ready for that bikini body during the long

winter months by doing a simple task! Studies show that going for a walk when the

weather is really cold – your body has to work overtime to get warm and you can

burn up to 50% more calories than you would on the same walk in summer! That

same exercise routine can give you a lot more bang for your buck, and get you

ready for those shorts and tanks when the summer rolls around. But remember, go

a little slower until you get warm and keep up the hydration, and if you find

yourself wheezing in the cold weather, be sure to visit your doctor.

 

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Oct 23, 2016

We want to empower you with as much health information as possible. Visit

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Oct 22, 2016

Did you know mold can trigger nasal congestion, sneezing, coughing,

wheezing, respiratory infections and worsen asthma and allergic conditions? As the months get colder and you find yourself battling those seasonal allergies and

illnesses-- -take into account that it could be mold in your house or under your

house that is making it worse! Don’t just do your cleaning in spring, make it a

seasonal thing, where you deep clean and look for moisture and potential places

that mold could be lurking. An ounce of prevention now, may keep you healthier

in the long run.

 

We want to empower you with as much health information as possible. Visit

Stayyoungamerica.com for free pod casts of the Staying Young Radio Show with

over a hundred different health topics or you can follow us on Twitter

@StayYoungMedia.

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