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The faster you walk, the longer you may live
The faster you walk, the longer you may live

The faster you walk, the more you may be prolonging your lifespan, researchers have found.

Your Heart's Best Friend: Dog Ownership Associated with Better Cardiovascular Health
Your Heart's Best Friend: Dog Ownership Associated with Better Cardiovascular Health

Owning a pet may help maintain a healthy heart, especially if that pet is a dog, according to the first analysis of data from the Kardiozive Brno 2030 study.

More of any physical activity tied to longer life
More of any physical activity tied to longer life

Research clearly shows that increasing physical activity, regardless of intensity, relates to a significantly lower risk of dying. Even light exercise, such as walking, can make a difference.

Stroke: Ginkgo biloba extract could improve brain function
Stroke: Ginkgo biloba extract could improve brain function

Stroke: Ginkgo biloba extract could improve brain function

Holly, Ivy and Mistletoe – Their medicinal and anti-ageing effects
Holly, Ivy and Mistletoe – Their medicinal and anti-ageing effects

Holly, Ivy and Mistletoe – Their medicinal and anti-ageing effects

Epigenetics - you can rewrite your future
Epigenetics - you can rewrite your future

Epigenetics - you can rewrite your future

Get your mojo back increase your dopamine levels naturally
Get your mojo back increase your dopamine levels naturally

Get your mojo back increase your dopamine levels naturally

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