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Is it a myth or a fact: Bigger muscles mean a bigger brain

Surprising facts show that certain kinds of exercise not only build muscles, strength and endurance. They also cause brain growth and make you smarter.

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Sun protection tips

Senior women should use sun protection products and follow simple sun safety tips to enjoy sunny activities without damaging skin. Helpful protection tips and product recommendation.

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10 Tips to assessing your fitness level

10 health and fitness tests for adults over the age of 55: This article takes an honest look at the unrealistic definition of “fit” as defined by Men’s Health.

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Tips on keeping up with the Madonnas of the world

Not everyone can look like Madonna past 40. Here are a few tips to try, though.

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Grandpa knows best: Healthy foods for you and your grandkids

Grandpa grew up healthy foods before the era of convenience and fast foods; his grandkids also deserve healthy snacks for kids. Learn about healthy snacks for kids.

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The Senior Olympics: About the National Senior Games Association (NSGA)

NSGA Senior Olympics offers an even playing field for older adult athletes age 50-99 to enjoy healthy competition while living life to the fullest.

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Picking up good habits: Effective heart health, minus the meds

Learn five of the most effective methods of working your way towards good heart health without resorting to medications.

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Spa treatments that will rejuvenate and revive you

Don’t cower beneath your bed; get a rejuvenating spa treatment instead. Massage therapy, energy work, and bath spa treatments can put the pep back in your step.

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5 benefits to taking up tennis

Rather than just sit at home, where the only exercise you get on a daily basis is changing the channel on the remote or hitting the “get mail” button on your email window, learn tennis! You’re never too old to take up tennis; all you need to do is get a racket, some balls and find a court to play on.

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Tips to successfully start jogging or running later in life

Jogging or running can help you maintain a healthy weight, combat diseases such as heart disease and cancer, and even help alleviate depression.