Posts Tagged "Health Habits"

I Dare You to Leave a Legacy of Health

By Etta Hornsteiner
December 31st, 2018 Health & Wellness No Comments
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No two people are the same. You are unique. So despite health reports from the United Nations (UN) and Centers for Disease Control (CDC) on the dire future of a growing aging population, you can be different and defy the odds and leave a legacy of health. Legacy is that impulse to care for those that come after.

A UN Report states that women aged 60 and over will likely experience depressive disorders, which are the leading cause of disability for them, followed by hearing loss, back and neck pain, Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias, and osteoarthritis.  For men a…

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Dr. Mehmet Oz, the renowned cardiothoracic surgeon, author and TV personality, is everywhere these days. Whether you’re a fan or not, the world’s most recognizable doctor does know a thing or two about healthy living.

And much of his advice in this area is simple – and relatively painless. Here are six of the most important health habits the good doctor swears by:

1. Start the day stretching 

Starting your day with a morning stretch routine is a good idea for many reasons, Oprah’s most-trusted medical advisor says. According to Oz, “stretching for 10…

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