Wellness & Anti-Aging Mind

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Feel Young, Live Long

Perceived Age Can Affect Longevity
British scientists report that seniors that feel at least three years younger than their chronological age have almost half the early death rate of those that say they feel more than a year older.

Grins Help Us Reach Goals

Good Moods are Key to Attainment
Researchers have discovered that positive moods increase our ability to understand the big picture.
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Archive »Meditation

Changing How Genes Respond to Stress

Meditation and Yoga Encourage the Relaxation Response
Research now suggests that mind-body techniques like yoga and meditation are capable of changing how human genes behave in response to stress.

Meditation Boosts Brain Power

Slow Down Mental Deterioration
The practice may slow down aging-related brain atrophy, perhaps by positively affecting the immune system.
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Archive »TaiChi QiGong

Tai Chi Lessens Arthritis Pain

A Cure for the Ache
New research suggests that arthritis sufferers may benefit from regular Tai Chi exercise.

World Tai Chi & Qigong Day

Cultivate Your Vital Life Force Energy
Gracefully move into and glide through sequences of poses while practicing the age-old Chinese exercises of qigong and Tai chi.
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Archive »Wellness Mind Briefs

Aerobic Fitness Helps Prevent Word Loss

Exercise Improves Common Frustration in Seniors

Anti-Aging RX for the Mind

Use It or Lose It

Bad Fats Are Brain-Busters

Linked to Memory Loss