Category: Lifestyle

  • How to make lifestyle changes stick

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    Hutchinson native Joe Meier, 25, is the author of a new lifestyle book, “Move Better, Eat Smarter, Live Happier: Strategies for Finding Balance.” The fitness professional and business owner is the featured speaker at a “Meet the Author” program from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, March 3, at the Hutchinson Public Library, 50 Hassan St. […]

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  • Six reasons why taking walk is good for you

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    South Africa’s new president Cyril Ramaphosa has been the talk of social media with his early morning walking routine. In addition to personal walks along a Cape Town beachfront, Ramaphosa has also led a walk in the city from the townships of Gugulethu to Athlone to promote exercise as a key part of healthy living. While many […]

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  • Active Lifestyle Keeps Older Brains Healthy

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    Higher levels of lifestyle physical activity – such as house cleaning, walking a dog and gardening, as well as exercise – are associated with more gray matter in the brains of older adults, according to a study by researchers at Rush University Medical Center. The Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences will publish the study’s findings on Feb. […]

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  • Matters Of The Heart A Women’s Lifestyle

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    GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. – The February edition of Women's Lifestyle Magazine is focusing on "Matters of the Heart." Content producer Sarah Anderson shared some highlights of what you can find inside this month's copy. The edition features several couples who are not only romantic partners, but also …

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  • Lifestyle Health Tries To Find Underlying Causes For Conditions

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    Anne Magnuson’s future is very much undetermined. The St. Cloud native already earned a nursing degree and is waiting to find out if she’ll be attending medical school this fall. She’s driven and taking opportunities while she can, with no regrets. You wouldn’t know all of this from looking at her. Nor would you know that […]

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  • Healthy Lifestyle May Protect Against Dementia in Older Age

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    The APOE ε4 allele is currently the strongest genetic predictor for the development of Alzheimer disease. Healthy lifestyle changes may provide protection against cognitive dysfunction among older patients who carry the apolipoprotein E (APOE) ε4 allele and are at risk for dementia, according to …

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  • How Sam Nazarian Is Creating Luxury Lifestyle Empire

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    This Sunset Boulevard club launched SBE, which evolved into a worldwide luxury lifestyle empire. SBE was already building a reputation for hotels with bold, dynamic design and trendy destination restaurants (its stable included SLS hotels, The Redbury, The Bazaar by José Andrés and Katsuya).

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  • How To Keep A Healthy Lifestyle

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    February is Healthy Lifestyle Awareness month, a month dedicated to highlighting the importance of healthy living through good nutrition and regular exercise. Being healthy is not just about eating enough fruit and vegetables, it’s also about relaxing and spending quality time with your loved ones as this contributes to an overall healthy lifestyle and well-being. […]

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  • Healthy Eating Is A lifestyle Change

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    Many people do whatever they can to try and eat healthier, with different goals in mind. Some people say they’d like to lose weight, some say they want to have more energy, and to others, it’s about improving their quality of life. But whatever a person’s reasoning is, the first question often is where and […]

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  • How To Stop Pre-Diabetes With A Healthy Lifestyle

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    About 30 million Americans, including more than a quarter of adults older than 65, have Type 2 diabetes, a chronic condition in which the body is unable to make and properly use the hormone insulin. This creates high levels of glucose in the blood, which, over time, can lead to heart disease, vision loss, kidney […]

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