Exercise May Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease Later in Life

Exercise May Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease Later in Life

Gone are the days when being over 40 meant no workout routine. Exercise is a great step that you can take to improve bone strength and overall health. It also reduces the risk of getting injuries, cancer, back pain, heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, depression, dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. …

A Closer Look at Some Migraine Triggers

A Closer Look at Some Migraine Triggers

Many factors have been identified as triggers for a migraine but many sufferers are on guard of exercise and gleaming lights, in particular. There are various studies pointing out that bright lights are the cause of these severe headaches about half the time and exercise seems to aggravate about 20 …