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Heart disease risk in senior women increases with loneliness

Data from a new study point to as much as a 27% increase in heart disease risk in postmenopausal women who experience both high levels of social isolation and loneliness.

Regular exercise can help those with dry, itchy eyes

A team led by researchers from the University of Waterloo discovered that a significant increase in tear secretion and tear film stability after participating in aerobic exercise can be another remedy for relieving dry, itchy eyes.

NFTs for controlling personal health information?

A team of scholars in ethics, law and informatics write one of the first commentaries on how NFTs could be repurposed for the healthcare industry.

Middle-age and older adults get a boost in brain function thanks to daily physical activity

On the days their physical activity increased, the study found, the 50- to 74-year-old participants performed more effectively on an executive function task, and on the days when their physical activity decreased, so too did their cognitive performance.
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Get motivated!

Get motivated! 2 key components to creating a successful practice, and a fulfilling life

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