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Losing muscle mass and strength is part of the aging process, but
people who follow a program of low-resistance strength training
combined with aerobic exercise are more likely to stay fit and
healthy as they age.
High blood pressure increases the risk of stroke and plays a role in cognitive decline. Simple lifestyle changes such as eating a healthy diet, exercising, and losing weight can lower blood pressure.
I'm a 38-year-old junior executive. Every time I have to make a
presentation, I get terribly nervous, making it very hard for me
to get through my talk. I've heard there is a pill that can help,
but I don't want to take tranquilizers. What do you suggest?
My brother needed surgery for an enlarged prostate at age 60. I
am just a few months shy of my 50th birthday, and my urine stream
is starting to slow down a bit. Is there anything I can do to
avoid following in my brother's footsteps?