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Exercise More and Live Longer - New York Times

Gretchen Reynolds, writing in the New York Times, had some great information on the value of exercise in terms of living longer. She said that one of the problems with exercise is that experts aren’t clear on how much is too little, too much or just the right amount to for us to be healthy and, more importantly, to improve our longevity. 291 more words

Exercise

Gift Economy



Researchers set out to study longevity as it relates to income level and what they found was astonishing. There exists a surprising link between extreme longevity and high unemployment rates, like those in many Latin American countries. 265 more words

Lifestyles & Homes

Religion or Belief ?

Listening to the James Carse’s interview on Religion and Belief (here), I was thinking how we can apply his approach to the phenomenon of “folk religion”. 98 more words

Terminology

Live Longer and Reduce Risk of Cancer and Heart Disease With Vegetables and Fruits

MedPageToday has some of the details.  A quote:

The largest benefits were seen in people who ate seven or more servings of fruits and vegetables a day compared with those who ate less than one serving, with the higher level of consumption associated with significantly lower all-cause mortality (hazard ratio 0.67; 95% CI 0.58-0.78), lead researcher Oyinlola Oyebode of University College London, and colleagues, reported online in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. 83 more words

Heart Disease

Please join Witchcraft & Wellness in Welcoming our new “Official Kitchen Witch” – Kolika Elle Kirk from Westwood Hills, KS

Greetings Witchcraft and Wellness Family,

I first met the very charming Kolika Elle Kirk many years ago in Los Angeles. This vivacious young woman was a very visible part of the Los Angeles Pagan Community. 413 more words

Health

[GRG] Interesting search

Dear GRG Member,

WordPress.com hosts a variety of blogs, including our own GRG blog site.

You can search aging related topics on it by entering the keyword you’re… 132 more words

Aging