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Something That Puts the “Quit” in Mosquitoes

It’s mosquito season again. For those wary of chemical repellants, the CDC says oil of lemon eucalyptus is an effective natural alternative.

You can find this ingredient in many products either online or at your local discount store.

 

 

Exercise You May Actually Like to Do!

Contemporary research shows that an active sex life for men and women above 50 is very good for the brain!

Those adults who remain sexually active score higher on cognitive tests than those who are not. Researchers believe that sex boost hormones that improve singaling connectivity between brain regions.

Is True Love Waiting Online?

Before You Investigate Those 50+ Dating Sites - Read This

Single Baby Boomers who want date usually have one problem – finding an available partner in the course of our daily life becomes more difficult as we get older.

Many of us today are turning to the multitude of online dating sites, especially those that cater to people in our age group. These are good places to find people in your area who might make good candidates for dating and maybe something more serious down the line.

But like everything else online, there are some general safety rules you should be aware of first:

Read more: Is True Love Waiting Online?

Are There Benefits to Taking Low-Dose Aspirin?

There is evidence that a daily regimen of low-dose aspirin (what used to be called “baby aspirin” can reduce the risk of a first heart attack or stroke in those between the ages of 50 and 69. There is also some evidence that it may reduce the risk of colon cancer. Experts warn that such a regimen should only be undertaken by those with a high risk of heart disease and a low risk of bleeding.

As with any drug, do not begin a regimen of low-dose aspirin without consulting your doctor.

4 Tips for Managing Back Pain

When something or someone bothers us, we call it “a pain in the neck.” The truth is, the most common pain is a pain in the back. If you’re one of the more than 31 million Americans who experience back pain at least occasionally, here are some tips that can help you manage it better:

CHILL OUT: Doctors recommend ice to help reduce inflammations. But keep in mind to wrap the ice/ice pack in a cloth or towel to help protect your skin. Also, apply it only in 20 minute intervals to give your skin a rest.

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