In the spirit of Valentine’s Day and the theme of sharing your love, Geneia is calling attention to heart disease and the simple things that everyone can do to protect their heart.
According to the American Heart Association, there are a number of practices that everyone can employ to help prevent heart disease, including:
Here’s a brief look at where chocolate comes from, nutritional information, how it’s made, and the ingredients that make chocolate—whether milk, dark, or white—a memorable treat.
The seismic shock of the brutal bus attack in December 2012 deeply traumatized the collective psyche of India and particularly its capital, New Delhi, where the attack took place.
Armed with overwhelming research linking soda and sugary drink consumption to skyrocketing rates of obesity, diabetes, and tooth decay, the nation’s first legislation requiring safety warning labels on sugary drinks sold in California was introduced today by State Senator Bill Monning (D-Carmel).
- 2-for-1 Admission to BODY WORLDS: PULSE on Valentine’s Weekend
It’s no surprise that falling in love makes us feel a jumble of emotions and strange physical effects. According to researchers, falling in love releases a deluge of chemicals that make us swoon, flush, and sweat, that make our hearts race and our brains turn obsessional.
Dr. Clifford Bassett, a leading NYC Allergist of Allergy & Asthma Care of New York (nyc-allergist.com) states that it is possible to literally be allergic to Valentine’s Day. There could be something standing in the way of that romantic rendezvous: allergies.
Oral hygiene is tied directly to your pet’s overall health. In fact, studies show that keeping your pet’s mouth healthy may increase their life expectancy by up to two years. February’s annual National Pet Dental Health Month sheds light on the importance of oral care.
Menopause has long been known as “the change” because it brings so many changes into women’s lives. A woman’s body may have some of the most noticeable changes, including menopause painful muscles and menopause hot flashes.
- Association says older adults at higher risk of injury due to slips on ice, cardiac arrest from shoveling—tips to avoid both
As yet another storm heads towards New York, slips and falls resulting from the constant barrage of wintry weather are soaring. Some reports have the total pegged as high as a 300 percent increase over prior years in New York. With New Yorkers preparing to brave the elements again, AARP is issuing tips to help them avoid injury and possible heart attack.
- People who drink a glass of cranberry juice daily experience fewer cold and flu symptoms
If you want to smooch, not sniffle this Valentine’s Day, grab a glass of cranberry juice. According to a new study from the University of Florida, people who drink a glass of cranberry juice a day experience fewer cold and flu symptoms than those who don’t. Now that’s something to wrap your arms around!