Residents of the U.S. are generally living longer these days, but more and more of them are developing chronic diseases, such as diabetes and heart disease, which will shorten their lives and boost medical costs. Some 133 million adults almost half the adult population now have a chronic health condition, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
You’ve just spent a small fortune to get your hair that perfect shade, with just the right amount of highlights to really make it pop. Now, you need to know how to make sure your new ‘do keeps looking amazing for as long as possible. Here are five tips that will keep your locks lush and that color right where you want it for as long as possible.
Everyone knows that metabolism is the secret to weight loss, as it is responsible for the amount of calories the body burns as energy. In order to understand how aerobic exercise provides long lasting benefits, one needs to understand exactly what metabolism is and how it is affected by aerobic exercise.
You’ve seen them, those people who are stretching their arms just as far as it they can go to read the menu. Heck, you may even be one of them. Do you know why people have to do this to read fine print? It’s called presbyopia and it eventually happens to everyone as a natural consequence of aging. It’s caused by the lens of the eye losing its elasticity, which means that it just can’t focus on things that are up close the way it could when it was younger. While presbyopia can be quite irritating, especially because it is yet another sign of aging, there are some things that can be done to help alleviate this lack of focus.
Heart disease is our nation’s number one killer, accounting for 1 out of every 4 deaths each year! The primary cause of heart attacks and strokes is the gradual clogging, hardening and damage done to the inside walls of our blood vessels.