Category Archive: Cancer Prevention

Do You Know the Benefits of Walking?


Research shows you’re likely to live longer if you walk at least 5.5 miles (8.9Km) per week Walking this much at a slow pace of 2 miles per hour (3.2 Km/ hour) can… Continue reading

94-Year-Old Harriette Thompson Just Set a New Half Marathon Record


Harriette Thompson has added another world record to her collection. Originally reported by the San Diego Union Tribune, the 94-year-old became the oldest woman to run a half marathon when she finished this… Continue reading

Cancer Fighting Foods


Mounting evidence shows that the foods we eat weigh heavily in the war against cancer. As researchers continue to wage war against cancer, many have begun to focus on what could be the… Continue reading

12 Reasons to Love the Mediterranean Diet


12 Reasons to Love the Mediterranean Diet 1/13 1. Surprise! No Calorie Counting You won’t need a calculator for this meal plan. Instead of adding up numbers, you swap out bad fats for… Continue reading

18 Healthy Beers


If a cold beer is your beverage of choice, you’re not alone. According to a 2012 Gallup poll, 39 percent of Americans prefer drinking beer (thirty-five percent say they prefer wine and 22… Continue reading

Vitamins and Minerals: Nutrition From A to Z


Find out which vitamins and minerals your body needs, what they do, and what foods you can eat to get them.. 1/20 Vitamin A One type comes from animal sources of food. It… Continue reading

9 Seeds You Should Be Eating


1/10 Chia Seeds Chia has come a long way since it first sprouted out of funny pottery in TV commercials. Today, these seeds are best known as a super food, and with good… Continue reading

14 Protein-Packed Breakfasts to Power You Through the Morning


Eating breakfast gives you the energy you need to start your day and adding extra protein will help keep your appetite in check. Research shows that eating a high-protein breakfast has a greater… Continue reading

The Best Flat-Abs Moves for Men


Go from flabby to flat abs with the right moves and foods, including red meat. WebMD’s pictures show the best exercises for men who want a ripped midsection. 1/22 Train for Flat Abs:… Continue reading

Health Benefits of Coffee and Tea


Most of us like the ritual — not to mention the caffeine boost — that comes with a cup of tea or coffee. But it can be good for your health, too. 1/16… Continue reading

Charles Eugster, The Healthiest Old Person on the Planet Explains How to Stay in Shape


Charles Eugster, 96, is a runner, body-builder, public speaker, writer, rower, and wakeboarder. He also claims to be so healthy that his formerly grey pubes have turned brown again. Charles Eugster is the… Continue reading

Longevity Secrets of ‘Super Agers’: Life at 90 and Beyond


WebMD looks at characteristics that healthy 90 and 100-year-olds have in common. Super-Agers: Life at 90 and Beyond How can you attain a long, robust life? Researchers are studying the habits of 90-year-olds… Continue reading

Famous People with Colon Cancer


Meet some famous people who’ve had colorectal cancer. 1/11 Charles M. Schulz Charles M. Schulz, the man behind the legendary comic strip “Peanuts,” brought Charlie Brown, Linus, Lucy, and Snoopy to readers in… Continue reading

15 Picks for Your Perfect Smoothie


1/17 Blended Bliss The perfect smoothie can satisfy your sweet tooth without a lot of calories — but with bunch of nutrients. Looking for cool ideas to throw in your blender? There are… Continue reading

How does your Diet affect your Skin?


Test your knowledge about how what you eat can affect the health of your skin. 1/8 If you eat too much sugar, you can get wrinkles It’s hard to stop the fine lines,… Continue reading