• Little Changes You Can Do With Your Diet This Year

    Little Changes You Can Do With Your Diet This Year

    In a world where everybody is so used to instantaneous things, speedy internet and answers that are one click away, people always think that changing one’s lifestyle and diet is as easy as starving oneself by eating little, or none at all. But all experts agree: crash diets won’t work—at least in the long run.

  • New Year Resolutions for your Health and Fitness

    New Year Resolutions for your Health and Fitness

    It’s a new year, and for a lot of people it is an opportunity to hit the reset button and start all over again—especially when it comes to their fitness and health. One of the most common new year’s resolution of many is their promise to take better care of their bodies, watch their diet

  • 5 Myths about being Middle Aged you have to stop believing

    5 Myths about being Middle Aged you have to stop believing

    Many people are afraid of getting old, probably because of the different things they hear older people talk about all the time. Once a person fast approaches the big 30, 40 or 50, many warnings and myths are given as unsolicited advice. But, instead of making them feel better and more secure, they end up

  • How people in their 30s-50s can sleep better

    How people in their 30s-50s can sleep better

    Sleep is a very important component of a person’s general health. Regardless of how healthy one’s diet is and how he or she works out regularly, if he or she doesn’t get enough rest, it can still take a toll on their health. But, as people age, changes in their usual sleeping pattern usually occur:

  • Middle Aged People’s Facts and Trivia Sheet (Infographic)

    Middle Aged People’s Facts and Trivia Sheet (Infographic)

    According to the World Health Organization, for the first time in history, most people today can live into their sixties and beyond. This implies that a longer life represents an important opportunity, not only for older people and their families but also for societies as a whole. Download this infographic. Embed Our Infographic On Your

  • What happens when you stop exercising?

    What happens when you stop exercising?

    Let’s face it, almost everybody has a hard time starting a regular exercise routine—let alone sticking to it for a long time. Although some people become gym junkies, or frequently running marathons, many still end up forgoing exercise at some point in their lives—whether they experience some changes, or they just became lazy, like almost

  • Reasons why Running gets harder as you Age

    Reasons why Running gets harder as you Age

    Aging is inevitable, and as your body grows older, the activities you find easy back in your 20s may be notably harder to do. Cells and organs, like most things, wear and tear over time. How well organs function depends on the condition and health of your cells. And sometimes, older cells can take its

  • Health Risks for Middle Aged Women

    Health Risks for Middle Aged Women

    As women grow older, the risk for acquiring health conditions because of damaged cells and organs also increases. Although attention to women’s health is important in all stages of life, prioritizing your health when you are in your 30s is very important, as the body goes through drastic changes as you approach your menopausal stage.

  • Changes in The Aging Body (Infographic)

    Changes in The Aging Body (Infographic)

    As we grow older, the cells, tissues, organs and systems inside our body grow tired and old too. Here are the changes your body goes through as you grow older:   Download this infographic. Embed Our Infographic On Your Site! Image Width%px<img src="<img class=" alt="Changes in The Aging Body (Infographic) – An Infographic from Back

  • Health Risks for Middle Aged Men

    Health Risks for Middle Aged Men

    As men grow older, all his cells, tissues organs and systems also wear and tear. The body’s ability to regenerate newer cells is also lessened, causing a change in bodily functions from the senses to breathing, walking, etc. Middle-aged men are more at risk to some chronic illnesses and conditions than others. Here are some