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  • Controlling Stress

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    Psychological stress and anxiety cannot be completely avoided—they are a part of life. Did you know that there is a 50-percent increased risk of developing cardiovascular disease (CVD) for people who deal with chronic work stress? That’s a 50-percent greater chance than the average person has of developing CVD if you are stressed at work and don’t change your environment.

  • Taking Care of The Caregiver in Chronic Disease

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    Although much attention has been given to the treatment of illnesses, the media has placed little attention on the needs of those who take care of very ill patients. If you are a caretaker, focus on these four basic rules:

    1. Take care of yourself first.

  • Beauty at Every Age

     

    When it comes to natural radiance, you shine from the inside out, with confidence.
    By Kristin Caven
  • About Face!

    Although wrinkles tell stories of memorable adventures and serve as stamps of an experienced life, it doesn’t mean that we necessarily want to advertise our past with a face as worn out as the travel brochure.

    Take a 180 and rediscover youthful skin.
    By Cara Lucas
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  • Five Health Tips for People Over 45

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    Dear Readers,

    Here are 5 quick energy and pain-relief tips that can help those of you who are over 45 feel great!

  • The Antiaging Solution

    Growing old is part of the natural course of life—feeling old doesn’t have to be. And while you can embrace the former, no one says you have to accept age-related illness or more than your fair share of fine lines, fatigue, and creaky joints.

    18 surprising tricks to turn back the clock
    By Vicky Uhland
  • Spot Treatment

    Aging provides plenty of perks—greater confidence, more wisdom, and discounted movie tickets, to name a few. But growing older also brings a few downsides: age spots, for instance, which boldly advertise your senior status.

    Lighten age spots to reveal a youthful glow.
    By Deirdre Shevlin Bell
  • A Fresh Start After 40

    It’s been a tumultuous couple of years for Eva La Rue: She left her career-defining role on All My Children, ended her nine-year marriage, landed on the hit TV series CSI: Miami, and loved and lost again. But the irrepressible 43-year-old actress and single mom will tell anyone that she’s healthier and more fit and grounded than ever.

    By Cara McDonald
  • A Fresh Start After 40

    It’s been a tumultuous couple of years for Eva La Rue: She left her career-defining role on All My Children, ended her nine-year marriage, landed on the hit TV series CSI: Miami, and loved and lost again. But the irrepressible 43-year-old actress and single mom will tell anyone that she’s healthier and more fit and grounded than ever.

    By Cara McDonald
  • Embracing Menopause

    My mom has been right about everything. About the high school typing class that would come in handy later and the boyfriends who would surely fall from the trees for me as soon as I turned 18. She was right about travel, careers, and babies. So naturally I was inclined to believe her about menopause.

    One woman shares her quest to make it through “the change” without the hot flash and weight gain horror stories her mom warned her about. Learn how you can embrace this rite of passage...
    By Julie Tilsner