Monthly Archives: August 2013

Diabetes: The Silent Killer

There are 25.8 million people in the United States with diabetes, that’s about one in every twelve people. Diabetes is often called the silent killer because there can be no warning signs, or signs you didn’t know to look out … Continue reading

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Broccoli May Slow Arthritis

A compound found in broccoli  – which humans can also get from Brussels sprouts and cabbage – blocks a key destructive enzyme that damages cartilage. Click here to learn more about the current study being performed.

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Stress Impacts Cancer!

Stress fuels cancer by triggering a ‘master switch’ gene which allows the disease to spread, according to new research. The ‘unexpected’ discovery could lead to the development of drugs that target the protein and stop tumours spreading to other organs … Continue reading

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Fruits and Veggies Reduce Risk of Bladder Cancer

Fruits and vegetables contain several nutrients, phytochemicals, as well as antioxidants which potentially protect from cancer. Click here to learn more!

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Recognizing and Preventing a Stroke

When a person has a stroke, the brain stops getting oxygen and nutrients and brain cells begin to die. The damage that results can affect the entire body, causing mild to severe paralysis, problems with thinking or speaking, and emotional … Continue reading

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Benefits of Volunteering

More seniors are directing their interests and talents to volunteer opportunities. They are discovering great fulfillment and purpose in helping others, and helping themselves in the process!  In fact, recent study shows, retirees over 65 who volunteer are living to … Continue reading

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Copper Intake Linked to Alzheimer’s

New research finds that copper in amounts readily found in our drinking water, the foods we eat and the vitamin supplements we take likely plays a key role in initiating and fueling the abnormal protein build-up and brain inflammation that are hallmarks … Continue reading

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Risk Factors Determined in Early Onset Dementia

The Long Term Living newsletter reports 9 risk factors account for most cases of dementia that are diagnosed before the age of 65 years, and most of those risk factors can be traced to adolescence, according to results of a Swedish study published by JAMA … Continue reading

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Obesity is Deadlier Than Thought

Obesity kills far more Americans than we think it does, according to a controversial new study that suggests obesity accounts of about 18 percent of all deaths in the United States – three times previous estimates. With a third of … Continue reading

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Virtual Rehabilitation and Therapy

Technology advances are rapidly broadening the ways in which our therapists can assist patients in quickly returning back to the life they love! Valley –Bay Therapy is proud to offer virtual rehabilitation.  Virtual rehab is not only entertaining and simple … Continue reading

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