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Stroke is common and serious. But we can also lower our risk through exercise and other lifestyle habits. And spotting the symptoms early can greatly lower the odds of permanent damage, according to the American Heart Association.
Fat loss after 50 seems hard for most people. But that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t keep a healthy weight through exercise and eating right.
Sex isn't just for the young. Many seniors continue to enjoy their sexuality into their 80s and beyond! People who are in better physical condition experience greater physical intimacy
Like any cardiovascular activity, dancing is good for your heart. It also improves strength, balance, and coordination. Thirty minutes of dancing will burn about the same number of calories as jogging, WebMD says. Plus, remembering the choreography engages our brains in ways that help maintain cognitive health, as well.
If you have a dog, here’s one more reason to love him. And if you don’t, here’s one more reason to get one.
Is your body as healthy as you want it to be? Do you feel and move the way you want to over 50 years old? If not, then I’ve got a step-by-step plan to get you into your best shape ever…
Betty’s story is a great example of the power of sticking with exercise, even when it can be tempting to give up.
Pickleball might have a goofy name. But it might be the fastest-growing sport in America, and it has particular appeal to people over 50
About 30 million Americans have “peripheral neuropathy,” regular exercise and proper diet also help prevent it. And even after diagnosis, exercise can help reduce the pain of neuropathy and help fight other symptoms.