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Health Tip – Jan. 17 – The Benefits of Laughter

Laughter may very well be the best medicine; it increases oxygen to the brain, stimulates organ systems, decreases muscle tension, cools down your body’s...

Health Tip – Dec. 10 – Can An Apple A Day...

It’s not necessarily the daily apple that staves off mental decline - it’s the ability to bite into one and chew it up, according...

Health Tip – Dec. 7 – Exercise, Melatonin Against Alzheimer’s

A combination of regular physical exercise plus daily doses of melatonin could slow, and perhaps halt, the development of Alzheimier's. So far, this combo...

Health Tip – June 26 – SAMe for Better Moods, Less...

Looking for a quick mood booster and something to relieve pain? Consider SAMe. A naturally occurring molecule with the daunting name S-adenosyl-L-methionine (also known...

Health Tip – May 3 – Overeating May Harm Memory

The more you eat daily once you reach the age of 70, the higher your risk for memory problems, and possibly Alzheimer's disease. Investigators...

Health Tip – Apr. 10 – Grapes for Sharp Eyes

A diet enriched with grapes seems to have a dramatic effect on eyesight - at least in a special breed of mice prone to...

Word of the Day – Mar. 8 – Diplopia

Noun: Diplopia (dih-PLOH-pee-uh) Definition: A disorder of vision in which two images of a single object are seen because of unequal action of the...

Health Tip – Feb. 22 – Active Kids Get Better Grades

Any kind of physical activity seems to boost kids’ school performance, according to a recently published international analysis. Researchers reviewed 14 studies that compared...

Workday Wind Down Movie Trivia Winner – 11/28/11

MOVIE: The Wizard of Oz ANSWER: "Bell Out Of Order Please Knock" WINNER: SARAH Dorothy and her dog Toto are caught in a tornado's path and somehow...

Health Tip – Nov. 16 – Alzheimer’s: The Sleep Connection

Getting enough sleep might help lower the risk of Alzheimer’s disease. The link to sleep hasn’t been entirely proved yet, but a new study...