Benefits of Lifting Weights • Why You Should Start

Benefits of Lifting Weights • Why You Should Start

Strength training hasn’t always been the most popular topic among women. Weight training was long considered something for men. Lucky for women, times change, and muscle strength is no longer taboo. In fact, understanding how to build muscle for women can help you prevent bone loss and injury as you age while improving your overall...Read More

Prostadine Reviews – Is It Worth the Money? Here My Experience

Are you searching for a care plan because of your prostate problem? Is prostate the biggest issue you have, or just the most difficult? An entirely new supplement just released helps many ailments, including prostate management. The purpose of Prostadine capsules is to protect, enhance, and generally enhance the well-being of men’s prostate. This natural...Read More

Powering Down Cellphone Use in Middle Schools

As vice principal of Pennsville Middle School in New Jersey, Adam J. Slusher knows he’s not always going to be Mr. Popularity.  Part of a vice principal’s job includes scheduling, enforcing policy, and discipline, so Slusher – who holds a doctorate in education from Wilmington University in Delaware – sometimes has to send emails or...Read More

U.S. Seniors Bearing Brunt of COVID Wave – Is Help Coming?

It might appear that we’re back to some semblance of “normal” at this point in the COVID-19 pandemic. But many people remain at higher risk for serious outcomes like hospitalization and death, especially older Americans.  Legula Estiloz was diagnosed with COVID-19 at age 104, for example. “She and I both came down with COVID at the same...Read More

What to Know About Newly Approved Alzheimer’s Drug

The highly anticipated Alzheimer’s drug lecanemab was granted accelerated approval status this afternoon by the FDA, offering hope where there has been little for patients and their families affected by the devastating disease. More than 6 million people in the U.S. live with Alzheimer’s. It’s not a cure, but the drug, given intravenously every 2 weeks,...Read More

1 in 5 Young Adults Say They Use Marijuana: Survey

Jan. 5, 2022 – Nearly 1 in 5 people in the U.S. age 12 or older said they used marijuana in 2021, according to new federal survey results. Among the 52 million people who said they used marijuana in the past year, young adults ages 18 to 25 were the most likely to report doing...Read More
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