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Ways to Enjoy Life to the Fullest Before You Die, a New Report On, Reveals to People Simple and Easy Ways to Have a Happy Life

Posted by on May 27th, 2014
        Ways To Enjoy Life To The Fullest Before You Die, a new report on the website uncovers simple tips and advice on how to enjoy life.  Seattle, Wa (PRWEB) May 24, 2014 Ways To Enjoy Life To The Fullest Before You Die, a new report created by Remez Sasson on the site shows easy tips for achieving peace of mind. In the first par…Read more

Michelle Obama wants kids to get Olympic fever

Posted by Staff Writer on May 15th, 2012
DALLAS--First Lady Michelle Obama says she thinks this summer's Olympic Games in London can serve as a catalyst to spur more American children into physical activity and recreational sports. Mrs. Obama made her remarks Monday during an appearance at the United States Olympic Committee's Media Summit in Dallas. Mrs. Obama announced a partnership with th…Read more

Long commutes linked to worse health

Posted by Staff Writer on May 8th, 2012
Long commutes are not just boring and frustrating, they could be slowly eroding your health, researchers reported Tuesday. The problem is that all that time sitting behind the wheel contributes to the dreaded “sedentary behavior” that contributes to weight gain and, ultimately, weight-related illnesses such as heart disease and diabetes. Researchers stu…Read more

Menopause guide helps women sort out treatments

Posted by Staff Writer on May 1st, 2012
Menopause can be difficult for some women due to hot flashes, disrupted sleep, vaginal dryness, mood swings and other symptoms. Since studies came out about a decade ago clarifying the limitations of hormone replacement therapy, many women have gone untreated or believe there is little they can do for relief. According to one poll, about seven out of 10 wo…Read more

Redefining your goals can boost long-term health

Posted by Staff writer / LifeApps Media on Apr 24th, 2012
Life has a way of throwing us curve balls that interrupt plans, derail goals and crush hopes. But people who can let go of past goals and redefine new, more realistic, goals may end up as healthier people, according to new research. The study, published in the journal Psycho-Oncology, found that breast cancer survivors who were able to let go of old goals a…Read more

Fatty liver disease is eased by soy intake

Posted by Staff Writer on Apr 24th, 2012
Fatty liver disease is a growing problem as more people become overweight and obese. But a new study points to a possible tactic for reducing development of the disease -- through consumption of soy foods. "Almost a third of American adults have fatty liver disease, many of them without symptoms," said the lead author of the study, Hong Chen, an assistant p…Read more

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