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Anti Aging Cream & Treatments | Kate Somerville

Posted: October 27, 2017 at 5:44 pm

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Retinol Glycolic Treatment

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Wrinkle Warrior Eye Gel is a lightweight gel that spreads easily and absorbs quickly, so it can be used where it is needed most on dark circles under eyes.

Visible Dark Circle Eraser

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Intensive Exfoliating Treatment

Smooth the look of wrinkles and reduce the appearance of puffiness, while visibly lifting and contouring the entire eye area with this incredibly powerful eye brightener.

Under Eye Repair Cream

Address 8 visible signs of aging: wrinkles and sagging skin, dehydration and lack of volume, dullness and uneven pigmentation, roughness, and enlarged pores with this luxuriously silky serum.

Restor8 Replenishing Serum

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Combat the 5 visible signs of aging with this patented delivery system inspired by the most sought-after treatment at the Clinic.

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Advanced Wrinkle Treatment

Deep hydration in an age-defense moisturizer formulated with a sophisticated blend of anti-aging ingredients.

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Cleanse, hydrate, and brighten with this rich milky cleanser that will leave skin feeling moisturized and fresh. Helps remove impurities, without over-drying.

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Study: New Jersey Residents Have Longest Life Expectancy …

Posted: October 26, 2017 at 11:45 pm

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) Good news for Garden State residents: You will live longer than most.

According to a new study, people who live in New Jersey have a longer life expectancy than anyone else in the country.

The study, conducted by the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, also found thatwomen in Bergen County have the longest life expectancy in the state. Mentake second place behind Morris County.

CBS 2s Christine Sloan talked to seniors at the Midland Park Senior Center to spread the good news and to learn some of their secrets to longevity.

Just keep active, really never give up, one man told Sloan. Theres open spaces and you can walk as I do gardening, James Edwards, 77 added.

Honore Fontez, 73, told Sloane,I think [its] the affluence the socio-economic people have the opportunity to do good things.

One man told Sloan the secret to a long life is a good family life, while Eleanor Farrar,75 said yoga has helped her spiritually.

The report found thataccess to health is key, andthat reducing salt in your diet can help you live longer. Additionally, some of the biggest risk factors to good health aretobacco, high blood pressure and obesity, Sloan reported.

New Jersey does well [because] people are informed, fortunate [and] well-educated, Joan Campanelli, of County Nutrition and Wellness said.

Bergen County officials attribute their longer life expectancy especially for women to exercise at the senior centers.

Ithink there is more advantage for us like we come to any senior center, whether its in Fair Lawn or here, Kathleen Sylvester, 73, of Glen Rock told Sloan.

So according to the seniors Sloan talked to: Youll live longif you keep on moving.

Note: New York and Connecticut are also among the best states when it comes to life expectancy. Oklahoma and Mississippi are the worst.

Are you surprised that New Jersey tops the list when it comes to life expectancy? Let us know below.

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American Society for Nutrition

Posted: October 23, 2017 at 5:45 pm

PUBLISHED IN CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS IN NUTRITION (#CDN)...Skeletal Muscle Acute and Chronic Metabolic Response to Essential Amino Acid Supplementation in Hypertriglyceridemic Older Adults

Supplementation with essential amino acids plus arginine is a promising nutritional approach to decrease plasma triglyceride concentrations, which are an independent risk factor for coronary heart disease.

The authors of this study examined the effects of eight weeks of essential amino acids plus arginine supplementation on skeletal muscle basal metabolite concentrations. Moreover they looked at changes in metabolic response to acute essential amino acids plus arginine intake, emphasizing mitochondrial metabolism in adults with elevated triglycerides, to better understand the mechanisms of lowering plasma triglycerides.

You can read the complete study including the authors' findings and conclusions in Current Developments in Nutrition, #ASN's new open-access journal.

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Study Published in #AJCN in Altmetric's Top 5% of Scored Research...Later Circadian Timing of Food intake is Associated with Increased Body Fat

Weight gain and obesity have reached alarming levels. Eating at a later clock hour is a newly described risk factor for adverse metabolic health; yet, how eating at a later circadian time influences body composition is unknown. Using clock hour to document eating times may be misleading owing to individual differences in circadian timing relative to clock hour.

The authors of this study found that the consumption of food during the circadian evening and/or night, independent of more traditional risk factors such as amount or content of food intake and activity level, plays an important role in body composition and is associated with increased body fat.

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Naperville Fitness Center – Midwest Fit Club

Posted: October 19, 2017 at 5:51 pm

Welcome to Midwest Fit Club

Midwest Fit Club wants you to reach and exceed your health and fitness goals. MFCs Naperville fitness center has great personal trainers and classroom instructors to help you reach your goals. Whether you want to lose weight, gain muscle, or both, MFC is the place for you.

Midwest Fit Clubs (MFCs) professional fitness staff offers clients a wealth of knowledge and experience obtained through formal education, certification programs, and practical applications. MFC fitness staff members are all certified professionals and have years of training experience. Our fitness staff prides themselves on staying well informed on fundamental and cutting edge health and fitness related information.

Steve Arch and Shane Herman Co-Founders of Midwest Fit Club

Simply complete the form to the upper right side of your screen and well send you a FREE 17 day All Access Membership Guest Pass, that will be good for 17 days!With your guest pass, you have All Access to our cardio equipment, free weights, strength training machines, and UNLIMITED fitness classes.

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Snap Fitness – Hastings, MI 49058 | Gym – Fitness Center …

Posted: October 18, 2017 at 4:49 pm


By checking the box and thereby accepting these terms, you are enrolling in SMS texting services from Snap Fitness ("Snap Fitness", "we", or "us"). You will receive an initial message confirming your enrollment, which will include instructions on how to opt out of SMS texting services. You will not receive more than six (6) marketing-related messages per month.

To understand how we use personal information you submit to us through these services, view a copy of our privacy policy, which is available on our website.

Your ability to enroll in the services is subject to the terms and conditions of your mobile carrier. Participation in the programs on this short code are standard rated (no premium content). This means that Snap Fitness does not have a separate charge for this service; however, message and data rates may apply from your mobile carrier. By providing your consent to participate in this program, you approve any such charges from your mobile carrier. Charges for text messages may appear on your mobile phone bill or be deducted from your prepaid balance. The information in any message may be subject to certain time lags and/or delays. You are responsible for managing the types of SMS texts you receive.

If you have any questions or need help, reply to any text message from us with the word HELP. To stop receiving text messages, reply to any text message from us with the any of the following words: STOP, STOP ALL, END, QUIT, CANCEL, UNSUBSCRIBE, or QUIT. By enrolling in the services, you consent that following such a request to unsubscribe, you will receive one (1) final message from Snap Fitness confirming that you have been inactivated in our system. Following such confirmation message, no additional text messages will be sent unless you re-activate your subscription. For other customer service inquiries please contact inquiries@snapfitness.com. You may also visit https://www.liftbrands.com/email/unsubscribe/snapfitness to manage your email and text message preferences.Snap Fitness may use an automatic telephone dialing system (as defined by the Federal Communications Commission) to deliver text messages to you. By enrolling in the services, you give your prior express written consent to Snap Fitness, its franchisees, and its affiliates to use an automatic telephone dialing system to deliver text messages to the telephone or cell phone number to which you have directed Snap Fitness to transmit these text messages.

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The 5 Best Holistic Medicine Practitioners in Secaucus, NJ …

Posted: October 16, 2017 at 4:49 pm

Kjersti Kveli gives free chakra meditation classes each month as her way of giving back, a celebration of gratitude towards all her former teachers and guides. In addition, she offers private chakra, self-development and meditation coaching, and other transformational and voice-oriented classes. She is a combined voice and life coach specializing in combining voice development with self-development. She is trained within voice pedagogics, ILIANA life coaching, and meditation coaching, and she holds degrees, which include extensive training for several years as well as many years of practical training experience and continued learning within these fields. Experience self-development through the power of connecting to your inner voice as well as expressing to the world. Her work has a particularly deep effect on singers, actors, dancers, communicators of all kinds, artists of all kinds, and people in general who have a fascination or great love of the voice and its powers. Self-development is the key to voice development, technically and personally. Both the voice and the person need to become functional and flexible in order to really communicate the deeper, inner self, and this will also technically have a dramatic effect on your singing -- effortless, healthy, and connected singing. Experience deep transformation through chakra, meditation, and life coaching with KK. Common focus areas include stress management, understanding emotions, understanding the mind, deeper connections with the inner self, choosing functional beliefs, finding peace, finding wisdom, following dreams, discovering talents, and much more.Recommended services are classes combined with monthly private sessions for the optimum growth and development. Read more about what clients' experience during sessions and classes on her website.

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anti-aging diet – webmd.com

Posted: October 14, 2017 at 5:46 pm

By John DonovanWebMD Feature

While you cant stop aging, you can, in a way, slow it down. The first step toward good health in your senior years: Eat right.

You have to feed your body good nutrition for it to run like its supposed to run. You have to have good maintenance, says Joan Salge Blake, a nutritionist and a professor at Boston University. You have to start treating your body like you do your cars and your home.

How Nutritional Needs Change as You Age

Do you need to change what and how you eat in your 50s, 60s, and beyond? Yes, though maybe not in ways you might think.You need fewer calories every decade, says Connie Bales, PhD, RD, associate director of the Geriatric Research, Education, and Clinical Center at Durham VA Medical Center. "We move around less, we have less muscle, and our metabolic rate goes down."The challenge while eating less overall is to eat more nutrient-rich foods, such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts, beans,...

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Sometimes, you forget that your body is a well-oiled machine.

As we age, our bodies change -- not just in how they look, but how they work. Your digestion is not asefficient. You may not drink enough water because you dont feel as thirsty as you used to. Food may lose some of its taste -- for all sorts of reasons, including the medications you may be taking-- so you simply might not be interested in eating.

Chewing might be difficult. Or it may be physically hard to prepare a meal. Or youre just tired of eating by yourself.

When these things cause you not to eat well, your once well-oiled machine starts to sputter.

Talk with your doctor about any trouble you have as you try to eat a healthy diet. You may want to meet with a nutritionist, too. With a good health team, you can come up with a plan that helps get you back into eating well and exercising.

Exercise is critical, too, because being more active can jump-start your appetite.

By the time youre a senior, you probably know the basics of a healthy diet -- things like lots of fruits and vegetables, healthy proteins, whole grains, some dairy and healthy fats, and less salt.

Some foods are especially helpful for seniors who want to eat healthier. They include:

Water: Not a food, you say? Think of it as one. Many older people simply dont drink enough water because they dont feel as thirsty as they used to.

Water is so underappreciated. Our bodies are mostly water. If youre chronically dehydrated, just think of what your cells look like, says Robin Foroutan, a New York nutritionist. You cant think as clearly, you get fatigued more easily, you dont tolerate heat as well.

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Alzheimer’s disease – Symptoms and causes – Mayo Clinic

Posted: October 7, 2017 at 4:47 am


Alzheimer's disease is a progressive disease that destroys memory and other important mental functions. At first, someone with Alzheimer's disease may notice mild confusion and difficulty remembering. Eventually, people with the disease may even forget important people in their lives and undergo dramatic personality changes.

Alzheimer's disease is the most common cause of dementia a group of brain disorders that cause the loss of intellectual and social skills. In Alzheimer's disease, the brain cells degenerate and die, causing a steady decline in memory and mental function.

Current Alzheimer's disease medications and management strategies may temporarily improve symptoms. This can sometimes help people with Alzheimer's disease maximize function and maintain independence for a little while longer. But because there's no cure for Alzheimer's disease, it's important to seek supportive services and tap into your support network as early as possible.

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At first, increasing forgetfulness or mild confusion may be the only symptoms of Alzheimer's disease that you notice. But over time, the disease robs you of more of your memory, especially recent memories. The rate at which symptoms worsen varies from person to person.

If you have Alzheimer's, you may be the first to notice that you're having unusual difficulty remembering things and organizing your thoughts. Or you may not recognize that anything is wrong, even when changes are noticeable to your family members, close friends or co-workers.

Brain changes associated with Alzheimer's disease lead to growing trouble with:

Everyone has occasional memory lapses. It's normal to lose track of where you put your keys or forget the name of an acquaintance. But the memory loss associated with Alzheimer's disease persists and worsens, affecting your ability to function at work and at home.

People with Alzheimer's may:

Alzheimer's disease causes difficulty concentrating and thinking, especially about abstract concepts like numbers.

Multitasking is especially difficult, and it may be challenging to manage finances, balance checkbooks and pay bills on time. These difficulties may progress to inability to recognize and deal with numbers.

Responding effectively to everyday problems, such as food burning on the stove or unexpected driving situations, becomes increasingly challenging.

Once-routine activities that require sequential steps, such as planning and cooking a meal or playing a favorite game, become a struggle as the disease progresses. Eventually, people with advanced Alzheimer's may forget how to perform basic tasks such as dressing and bathing.

Brain changes that occur in Alzheimer's disease can affect the way you act and how you feel. People with Alzheimer's may experience:

Many important skills are not lost until very late in the disease. These include the ability to read, dance and sing, enjoy old music, engage in crafts and hobbies, tell stories, and reminisce.

This is because information, skills and habits learned early in life are among the last abilities to be lost as the disease progresses; the part of the brain that stores this information tends to be affected later in the course of the disease. Capitalizing on these abilities can foster successes and maintain quality of life even into the moderate phase of the disease.

Scientists believe that for most people, Alzheimer's disease is caused by a combination of genetic, lifestyle and environmental factors that affect the brain over time.

Less than 5 percent of the time, Alzheimer's is caused by specific genetic changes that virtually guarantee a person will develop the disease.

Although the causes of Alzheimer's aren't yet fully understood, its effect on the brain is clear. Alzheimer's disease damages and kills brain cells. A brain affected by Alzheimer's disease has many fewer cells and many fewer connections among surviving cells than does a healthy brain.

As more and more brain cells die, Alzheimer's leads to significant brain shrinkage. When doctors examine Alzheimer's brain tissue under the microscope, they see two types of abnormalities that are considered hallmarks of the disease:

Tangles. Brain cells depend on an internal support and transport system to carry nutrients and other essential materials throughout their long extensions. This system requires the normal structure and functioning of a protein called tau.

In Alzheimer's, threads of tau protein twist into abnormal tangles inside brain cells, leading to failure of the transport system. This failure is also strongly implicated in the decline and death of brain cells.

Increasing age is the greatest known risk factor for Alzheimer's. Alzheimer's is not a part of normal aging, but your risk increases greatly after you reach age 65. The rate of dementia doubles every decade after age 60.

People with rare genetic changes linked to early-onset Alzheimer's begin experiencing symptoms as early as their 30s.

Your risk of developing Alzheimer's appears to be somewhat higher if a first-degree relative your parent or sibling has the disease. Scientists have identified rare changes (mutations) in three genes that virtually guarantee a person who inherits them will develop Alzheimer's. But these mutations account for less than 5 percent of Alzheimer's disease.

Most genetic mechanisms of Alzheimer's among families remain largely unexplained. The strongest risk gene researchers have found so far is apolipoprotein e4 (APoE4), though not everyone with this gene goes on to develop Alzheimer's disease. Other risk genes have been identified but not conclusively confirmed.

Many people with Down syndrome develop Alzheimer's disease. Signs and symptoms of Alzheimer's tend to appear 10 to 20 years earlier in people with Down syndrome than they do for the general population. A gene contained in the extra chromosome that causes Down syndrome significantly increases the risk of Alzheimer's disease.

Women seem to be more likely than are men to develop Alzheimer's disease, in part because they live longer.

People with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) have memory problems or other symptoms of cognitive decline that are worse than might be expected for their age, but not severe enough to be diagnosed as dementia.

Those with MCI have an increased risk but not a certainty of later developing dementia. Taking action to develop a healthy lifestyle and strategies to compensate for memory loss at this stage may help delay or prevent the progression to dementia.

People who've had a severe head trauma seem to have a greater risk of Alzheimer's disease.

There's no lifestyle factor that's been definitively shown to reduce your risk of Alzheimer's disease.

However, some evidence suggests that the same factors that put you at risk of heart disease also may increase the chance that you'll develop Alzheimer's. Examples include:

These risk factors are also linked to vascular dementia, a type of dementia caused by damaged blood vessels in the brain. Working with your health care team on a plan to control these factors will help protect your heart and may also help reduce your risk of Alzheimer's disease and vascular dementia.

Studies have found an association between lifelong involvement in mentally and socially stimulating activities and a reduced risk of Alzheimer's disease. Low education levels less than a high school education appear to be a risk factor for Alzheimer's disease.

Memory and language loss, impaired judgment, and other cognitive changes caused by Alzheimer's can complicate treatment for other health conditions. A person with Alzheimer's disease may not be able to:

As Alzheimer's disease progresses to its last stages, brain changes begin to affect physical functions, such as swallowing, balance, and bowel and bladder control. These effects can increase vulnerability to additional health problems such as:

Right now, there's no proven way to prevent Alzheimer's disease. Research into prevention strategies is ongoing. The strongest evidence so far suggests that you may be able to lower your risk of Alzheimer's disease by reducing your risk of heart disease.

Many of the same factors that increase your risk of heart disease can also increase your risk of Alzheimer's disease and vascular dementia. Important factors that may be involved include high blood pressure, high blood cholesterol, excess weight and diabetes.

The Mediterranean diet a way of eating that emphasizes fresh produce, healthy oils and foods low in saturated fat can lower the risk of death from cardiovascular disease and stroke. This diet has also been associated with a reduced risk of Alzheimer's disease.

Keeping active physically, mentally and socially may make your life more enjoyable and may also help reduce the risk of Alzheimer's.

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Memphis Mental Health Institute – TN.Gov

Posted: October 6, 2017 at 1:47 am

Memphis Mental Health Institute

Josh Carter, Chief Executive Officer951 Court AveMemphis, TN 38013901-577-1800


Memphis Mental Health Institute (MMHI) is a psychiatric hospital that has been serving the Memphis community since 1962. Hospitalizations are on a voluntary or involuntary basis, or patients can also be referred by the court system for pre-trail evaluations. The hospital offers 2 short-term care units for a total of 55 beds.

The mission of Memphis Mental Health Institute is to provide a therapeutic environment centered on compassion and quality care for each individual we serve.

It is the vision of MMHI to be recognized for providing person-centered psychiatric care in a therapeutic, supportive, and compassionate environment.


Memphis Mental Health Institute assists patients who are not typically served by the private service sector and have no other inpatient treatment resources available to them. Most patients have a severe and persistent mental illness and are hospitalized on an emergency, involuntary basis. The hospital is an authorized provider under TennCare.


Memphis Mental Health Institute patient care teams, which consist of a psychiatrist, a social worker, nursing staff, a recreational therapist, and a treatment team coordinator, help individuals receive personalized care based on their specific needs. The staff works together with patients to help facilitate the individuals transition back to the community. Patients are provided individualized care centered on compassion and quality. MMHI also offers:


Memphis Mental Health Institute ensures the highest quality of inpatient psychiatric services through accreditation and regulations from the Joint Commission, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), and the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (TDMHSAS). These agencies work to ensure practice and standards of safety.


Chief Executive OfficerMemphis Mental Health InstitutePhone: (901) 577-1800

Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse ServicesOffice of Consumer AffairsPhone: (800) 560-5767Email: OCA.TDMHSAS@tn .gov

Joint CommissionPhone: (800) 994-6610Email: complaint@ jointcommission.org

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