December 1-7, 2014 - Original Health Articles

7 Tips for Preventing Malnutrition In Seniors

Our bodies change as they grow older: The metabolism slows down, foods that used to taste good don’t anymore, and the digestive system doesn’t work as well as it used to, either ("Hello, heartburn!"). But eating empty calories—food with little nutritional value—can pack on extra pounds and contribute to a host of health problems, including type 2 diabetes, heart disease, joint issues, constipation, high cholesterol, and depression.

Tips to Help Your Feet Look & Feel Their Best

Are you guilty of foot abuse? Raise your hand if you cram your tootsies into 4-inch high stilettos, wear flip flops or strappy sandals that offer no support, or go barefoot with little regard for the damage that splinters, burning hot sand at the beach, and uneven floors can cause.

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