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If she doesn't qualify for Medicare but is in the country legally she may be eligible to buy insurance through the marketplaces. But act fast...
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There are two main things to focus on when wanting vibrant glowing skin:First is to ensure that you are cleansing your skin so that any oily residue...
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Hi Do you know for sure you cant take hormones? been checked out?Surgery for womb cancer is also likely to include the removal of the ovaries and...
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Argan oil is the best to reduce signs of aging and wrinkles. It is indeed rich in antioxidants. For further information I suggest you check out this...
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Yes, hair loss....other than your scalp....can be a consequence of aging. Since arm pit hair is not medically important (nor cosmetically pleasing to...
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could be nerve damage
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Aging spots, or solar lentigos, primarily result from sun damage. Age spots have also been mislabeled as liver spots. (They do not have any...
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Use sun protection every day all year round, protect against excess sun exposure, and exfoliate on a regular -- but not daily -- basis. Look for...
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As you age, your body begins to slow production of two components of the skin: collagen and elastin. This leads to fine lines and wrinkles. The...
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One of the best moisturizing ingredients for aging skin is hyaluronic acid. This is a natural substance produced by the body, and it will bind...
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By around age 40, almost everyone will be reaching for reading glasses. Presbyopia occurs when the lens becomes stiff and won’t adjust to refocus...
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Can’t remember where you put your keys? Forgot the name of an acquaintance you haven’t seen in a while? Those momentary lapses are normal. No need to...
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About a third of people who are 60 or older have some hearing loss. This condition, known as presbycusis, may be due to the loss of sensory receptors...
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With age, we lose muscle tissue and our muscles become more rigid and less toned. Weight training and stretching improve strength and flexibility...
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Recently, I read an interesting article in W Magazine entitled “Prematurely Plastic.” The article looked at young women in their 20s who were having...
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