Report on Baby Boomers' Health: Unhealthier Than Previous Generations of Aging Americans

Baby boomers aren’t just rapidly moving into retirement, they’re moving into it sicker and more obese than previous generations, according to a new report released last month.

The report, conducted by the United Health Foundation, a private foundation established by UnitedHealth Group,...
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Can Exercise Help You Beat Insomnia?

Sleeplessness is a major problem in the United States. Between 30 and 40 percent of American adults describe having intermittent insomnia, difficulty sleeping for a few nights, followed by sleeping adequately. Another 10 to 15 percent of adults report chronic insomnia, sleeping problems that...
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Struggling With Muscle Aches and Pains? Your Cholesterol-Lowering Medication May Be To Blame

If you’ve wondered if the muscle pains you are struggling with are related to your cholesterol medication, a new study confirms your suspicions. Cleveland Clinic researchers recently published as study in the American Journal of Cardiology substantiating that muscle soreness, ranging from mild...
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New Year's Resolutions for Stress & Weight Management

Now that the holiday season has ended, many of us will begin focusing on New Year’s resolutions. Weight loss consistently ranks as one of the most popular resolutions, along with other weight-related goals like drinking less alcohol, eating healthier foods and getting fit. However, the...
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