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This Virus INCREASES Parkinson’s Risk 70%

Dear Living Well Daily Reader, I bet you could list at least a few things you can do to avoid heart disease. And I’m sure you could also list a few more things you can do to reduce your risk of diabetes and cancer. But what can you do to lower your risk of Parkinson’s...

COFFEE WARS: Is Light or Dark Roast Healthier?

Regular readers know I’m gaga for coffee. My favorite brew is downright delicious, of course. But even better, coffee is packed full of powerful phytochemicals that are natural antioxidants. In other words, coffee helps fight off the free radicals that play a role in heart disease, diabetes, cancer, and more. But I get asked a...

“Garden of Eden” Fruit FIGHTS Colon Cancer

A number of things can put you at a higher risk for colon cancer including being overweight, sedentary, a smoker, someone with a family history of the disease, or simply being over 50. Talk to your mainstream doctor about it and he’ll dole out a ton of dietary rules to reduce your risk. But even...

MAILBAG: Head Off Holiday Weight Gain

Dear Living Well Daily Reader, I’ve gained a bit of weight over the last few years, and my doctor keeps telling me to lose it. It’s hard to do, especially now with the holiday season starting. Is there anything easy I can do without having to just eat leaves while everyone enjoys turkey and stuffing?...

“Eczema Season”: STOP the Maddening Itch

Tomorrow is the first official day of fall. But depending on where you live, you may have already been feeling a nip in the air for weeks. I love the change of seasons. But for many folks, fall brings more than falling leaves, cooler weather, and pumpkin pies. The cold, dry air signals the start...

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Mailbag! Feeling Exhausted? This May Be Why.

I’m worried about my husband’s lack of energy. Do you have any tips? –Georgia from Long Island, NY Georgia, Everyone feels run down and tired every now and then. But when you’re constantly exhausted, it’s time to look at why it could be happening. The list of things that may result in fatigue and energy...

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Symptom Discovered in 70% of Ovarian Cancer Patients

  Dear Living Well Daily Reader, Ovarian cancer is often referred to as a “silent disease.” We’ve heard for decades that there’s no way to know if you have this horrible cancer. But now, it appears, that simply isn’t true. A group of researchers identified that 70 percent of patients reported this symptom before being...

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Easter Favorite SHEDS Pounds!?

Dear Living Well Daily Reader, Happy Easter! There are so many things to love about this spring holiday. If you’re like most Americans, you’ll probably celebrate by dyeing and hiding eggs, baking a delicious ham with all the fixings, or indulging in Easter basket candy. But did you know that one of these Easter favorites...

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Ticking Time Bomb FOUND in Seniors’ Cells

Dear Living Well Daily Reader, Getting older is both a blessing and a curse. You can be happy for all that you have seen, done, and accomplished in your life. But entering your golden years also comes with more aches, pains… and sometimes even chronic disease. Now, research out of the University of Colorado suggests...

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Hidden Plastics Could INCREASE This Disease Risk

Dear Living Well Daily Reader, You cannot escape plastics in our modern world. They’re used for nearly everything! But just because plastics are useful, doesn’t mean we should use them for everything in our lives. Case in point: plastics cause problems when they contact our food. We’ve known for a long time that when plastic-associated...

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“Dynamic Defense” Could Speed Up COVID Recovery [STUDY]

Dear Living Well Daily Reader, The word on the street is that we’re all going to get COVID-19 at some point. I don’t think that’s a good idea to adhere to… and it’s definitely not a reason to throw up your hands and give up trying to avoid the infection. Many people who’ve already had...

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Mailbag! Living with Piriformis Pain? Try This Solution!

I spend a lot of time in pain, mostly thanks to my piriformis muscle. What exercises or supplements can you recommend? –Johnny from Moab, UT   Johnny, That dang piriformis muscle! It sure can cause a lot of pain. Piriformis syndrome occurs when the piriformis muscle – which connects the sacrum to the top of...

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Mystery Health Condition CAUSING Insomnia

Dear Living Well Daily Reader, How utterly miserable is insomnia?! You get all tucked in to your cozy bed, turn off the light, and then, without an invitation… insomnia shows up and makes sleep IMPOSSIBLE. If you’ve struggled with insomnia at all, you’ve probably tried a long list of remedies. From over-the-counter sleep aids to...

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5 Easy Mood-Boosters to Get You Into the “Swing of Spring”

Dear Living Well Daily Reader, Happiness may be one of the harder things to find in the midst of a crazy world like ours. And a long winter certainly didn’t make things easier! But just because a good mood might feel difficult to find, doesn’t mean it’s impossible. In fact, scientists have done SCADS of...

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This Drug-Free Solution Sends Anxiety Packing

Dear Living Well Daily Reader, There is a plague of anxiety sweeping the nation. And who could blame us? Anyone with half a brain SHOULD feel anxious about the state of the world. But just like any other epidemic, just because something is going around doesn’t mean you should accept it. More importantly, having anxiety...

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Potential COVID-19 Treatment Interacts with THIS Popular Drug

Dear Living Well Daily Reader, Have you heard of the new anti-viral drug that is supposed to put a stop to COVID? The drug, called ritonavir-nirmatrelvir (Paxlovid), is all over the news… and people are clamoring to get it when they or a loved one are struggling with a COVID-19 infection. Things have been moving...

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This Condition More Than DOUBLES Your Risk of Dementia

Dear Living Well Daily Reader, When it comes to fighting dementia, it can feel like the world is against you. There’s pollution in the air, toxins in your food, and pills that can steal your memory. And now, there’s yet another startling health concern that could cause dementia. Researchers have found that this condition could...

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Mailbag! DO THIS to Get a Strong Memory

What are your tips for keeping a strong memory? –Sandra from Tulsa, OK Sandra, Keeping our memories as we age is not that hard, but we do have to work at it. There are a few things folks can do to put those worries at bay. First, you want to make sure to keep busy....

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“Vineyard Seed” Is the SECRET to Better Aging

Dear Living Well Daily Reader, Remember sitting in your high school biology class and hearing about cells? Your teacher probably taught you that they go through three stages: birth, growth, and death. But here’s the strange thing… certain cells in your body forget that last step and refuse to die. These “zombie cells” (the technical...

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Could Pandemic Stress CHANGE Your Brain?

Dear Living Well Daily Reader, The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a lot of drastic changes. It forced us to isolate ourselves for long periods of time… it caused many businesses to go under… and it stole millions of lives. COVID-19 has also changed our bodies as well, in ways no one expected. And that includes...

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