Walking helps keep body and brain young

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Dorene Internicola | Mon Sep 13, 2010 | REUTERS Everyone knows that walking limbers the aging body, but did you know it keeps the mind supple as well? Research shows that walking can actually boost the connectivity within brain circuits, which tends to diminish as the grey hairs multiply. “Patterns of connectivity decrease as we get older,”… Read more »

10 Ways to Protect Your Heart From the Tolls of Recession

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Healthy Diet, Exercise, Relaxing Techniques Can Go a Long Way in Reducing Ill Effects of Economy-Related Stress By Virginia Anderson WebMD Feature The wild stock market ride, rising foreclosure rates, and increasing layoffs may give you a queasy feeling in your stomach, but it’s your heart that is really at increased risk during a recession,… Read more »

Has the Recession Made You More Beautiful?

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By Robin Nixon, LiveScience Staff Writer posted: 09 April 2010 09:42 am ET It is too soon to know the toll the last few years of economic turmoil has taken on the American psyche. But with people remaining unemployed for unprecedented amounts of time, as the most recent job report announced, and more than a… Read more »

Surfing the Waves of Motivation

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Looking for a job can turn mundane and discouraging very quickly…especially in today’s economy.  We’ve learned how important it is to include other activities into your day to day routine, one of them being exercise.  Here is an article originally posted in Active.com about setting small goals and staying motivated.  The ideas presented here will… Read more »

How Exercise Boosts Your Brainpower

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Balancing family, finances, schedules, and other issues make the hunt for a new position challenging.  It has already been proven that exercise can relieve stress greatly.  Here is an article on additional advantages exercise can bring, whether you’re currently looking for work, or finding yourself becoming complacent in your current job: By Karen Asp Women’s… Read more »