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This Is Your Brain on Margarine

March 23, 2010

From Dr. Al Sears There’s now another reason to avoid margarine. It can make you stupid. According to researchers at the University of Auckland, children who ate margarine    every day had significantly lower IQ scores by the age of three-and-a-half than those  who did not.1 And children who were underweight at birth had scores that…

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Inspiration of the week

March 22, 2010

Les Brown inspires us to live a better life.

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A 30-year study shows endurance exercise leads to a common heart problem.

March 19, 2010

Yesterday Dr. Al Sears was a guest on The Ageless Sisters and spoke about heart endurance exercises.  He explained the difference between cardiovascular endurance and short bursts of intense exertion.  To listen go to http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theagelesssisters Here’s the most important thing about exercise for your heart… Endurance training, like cardiovascular endurance (“cardio” for short), is not…

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The Ageless Sisters interview Al Sears MD

March 18, 2010

Today, The Ageless Sisters, interviewed anti-aging guru Al Sears, MD.  Not only has he authored several books that deal with curing your heart – not a broken heart but one that is suffering from over-weight issues and loss of energy.  He is passionate about rebuilding our heart muscle and our lungs so that we live…

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How To Get Your Kids In The Garden

March 17, 2010

By Melissa B. Williams Confession: When I was a little girl, I used to sneak into the garden and eat all the carrots—and I mean all of them. It was no secret who did it: I was only about 4, and I’d leave the telltale carrot tops lying around as evidence of my consumption. My…

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Inspiration of the week

March 15, 2010

No matter how difficult the challenges you might be facing, keep in mind that some of the greatest people who’ve lived have overcome incredible obstacles and hardships on their paths to success.

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How to smoulder when you’re older, by Sophia Loren, 75

March 15, 2010

By Daily Mail Reporter As a wise old lady once said: A woman’s outfit should be like a barbed-wire fence – serving its purpose without obstructing the view. That lady was Sophia Loren. And judging by her daring outfit, it appears she is still using it as her dress code. At 75, it seems Miss…

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Lighten Up with Humor, Play, and Pleasure

March 10, 2010

© John W Travis M.D., M.P.H. The process of becoming healthier can be presented as such serious business that you lose much of the humor and joy of living that characterize wellbeing. Many books about health are filled with predictions of dire consequences for failure to follow particular methods, horror stories of what certain foods…

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Inspiration of the week

March 8, 2010

Ben Underwood: Seeing While Blind Ben Underwood was blind, but while he was alive, he got around almost as well as people who can see, and even played video games with his friends. That’s because he had done something that’s very unusual: Ben Underwood taught himself how to echolocate. Underwood trained his ears to listen…

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De Niro urges actors to snub surgery

March 4, 2010

Robert De Niro has called on his contemporaries to accept the aging process, and commends Meryl Streep for shunning cosmetic surgery. The legendary Taxi Driver actor is famous for his rugged features, and insists he would never contemplate going under the knife to rid his face of wrinkles. And he is urging older stars to…

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Cost of food-borne illnesses is deemed much higher than earlier estimates

March 3, 2010

A report sponsored by the Produce Safety Project at Georgetown University puts the health-related price tag at $152 billion a year. That’s more than four times an earlier USDA estimate. By Andrew Zajac and P.J. Huffstutter It turns out that tainted food can not only make people sick, but it can also cost them a…

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RiffStick Furniture

March 3, 2010

Who is David Hrobowski (pronounced Ro bow ski)?  There is one person in all the United States named “David Hrobowski” and he is Steven’s friend.  David has been known as the “Cuff Link King”  for quite some time – he has a vast collection (more than 3500 pair), priced from $25.00 to $2500 with one…

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Inspiration of the week

March 1, 2010

We should all take a lesson from this! Watch more National Geographic Channel videos on AOL Video

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7 Tips for Avoiding SIDS

February 26, 2010

The leading cause of death in otherwise healthy babies more than a month old is SIDS, or sudden infant death syndrome. It occurs in about 50 of every 100,000 births in the U.S. SIDS applies to any infant whose death is sudden and unexplained. Usually, the infant is found dead after having been put to…

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It is never too early to start doing facial exercises

February 24, 2010

Monty, Age 2 doing his facial exercises.

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Say Goodbye to Underarm Deodorant!

February 24, 2010

A few weeks ago Cynthia read that Milk of Magnesia could stop underarm odor and wetness.   She was skeptical but decided that hey, why not give it a try…so off to Rite-Aid she went, bought the smallest blue bottle and began using this preparation with only three ingredients.  Great news – this works and…

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