1. Video Blog: Vision Health: How to Improve Eyesight Naturally

    Watch the latest video blog from the Institute for Vibrant Living. Dr. Christine Horner explains tips and tricks to help improve your eyesight and slow down the deterioration process of the eyes naturally. Click the link below to ask Dr. Christine   Read these related blog posts: Natural Ways to Strengthen Your Eyesight 5 Tips For Improving Your Eyesight...
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  2. What are the Top 5 Anti-Aging Foods?

    What are the Top 5 Anti-Aging Foods?
    Can you live longer by living healthier? While many factors ultimately decide how long a person lives, following a healthy lifestyle, staying physically and mentally active and regularly consuming nutrient-packed anti-aging foods can help to fight off disease and slow down the aging process. Here are five foods packed with vitamins, minerals and other healthy nutrients that you can add to your...
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  3. Announcing Institute for Vibrant Living Video Blog with Dr. Christine Horner   The Institute for Vibrant Living introduces Dr. Christine Horner. Learn more about Dr. Christine Horner and her new involvement with
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  4. Ways to Lower Risk Of Depression

    Ways to Lower Risk Of Depression
    According to a new study, drinking wine in moderation may be associated with a lower risk of developing depression. The findings reported by the PREDIMED research Network suggest that consuming moderate amounts of alcohol may protect from depression - interestingly, just as it has been observed to protect from coronary heart disease. Previous studies have shown that heavy alcohol intake...
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  5. Lower the Risk of Falling

    Lower the Risk of Falling
    A study of around 5,000 older men has shown that experiencing stressful life events - such as the death of a loved one, or being mired in serious financial problems - significantly raised risk of falling. Researchers at the VA Medical Center in Minneapolis conducted a study of 4,981 community-dwelling men over the age of 65, who were enrolled in...
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  6. The Dangers of Belly Fat

    The Dangers of Belly Fat
    According to a study conducted at Rush University Medical Center, belly fat - also known as visceral fat - is an important link connecting depression to heart disease and diabetes. Researchers looked at over 400 women who participated in the Women in the South Side Health Project (WISH) in Chicago, screening them for depression while also measuring their visceral fat...
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  7. What are the Benefits of Avocado Oil?

    What are the Benefits of Avocado Oil?
    Did you know that avocado oil is not only edible…but it is also very healthy for your skin? Pressed from the fruit of the avocado, avocado oil is used for cooking as well as a salad dressing and garnish. With an unusually high smoke point, extra virgin avocado oil has a characteristic flavor and is excellent in almost any high...
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  8. How to Ease Osteoarthritis Pain?

    How to Ease Osteoarthritis Pain?
      Do you suffer from any of the painful and debilitating symptoms of osteoarthritis, also known as degenerative arthritis or degenerative joint disease? If you do, you’re not alone. Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis and the leading cause of chronic disability in the US, affecting nearly 27 million people. Cartilage loss because of genetic, developmental or purely mechanical...
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  9. Anti-Aging Tips for Better Skin

    Anti-Aging Tips for Better Skin
    An innovative clinical trial commissioned by Estée Lauder has found that sleep quality impacts skin function and aging. The clinical research team had set out to determine if skin function and appearance is impacted by sleep quality, which is vital for the growth and renewal of the body's immune and other physiological systems. Poor sleepers showed more signs of skin...
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  10. Tips on How To Counter Male Pattern Baldness

    Tips on How To Counter Male Pattern Baldness
    Androgenic alopecia - also known as male pattern baldness - is hair loss that happens because hair follicles are vulnerable to genetics and hormonal changes with age. It is the most common form of hair loss and affects up to 70% of men and 40% of women during their lifetimes. Men typically get hairline recession at the temples and balding...
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