Lifestyle Diseases

antibiotic | Longevity LIVE

Despite numerous public health campaigns aimed at reducing unnecessary prescriptions for antibiotics, these medications continue to be prescribed at startlingly high rates and is set to surge again this winter as we enter the colds and flu season. In a national survey conducted by Pharma Dynamics – a responsible provider

money | Longevity LIVE

I am constantly reminded in my role as a Certified Financial Planner how challenging money stories can be. To fully understand yours takes some introspection – it is hard work try to make sense of the psychology and the personal drivers behind your particular relationship with finances. Bruce Lee expressed

dental | Longevity LIVE

How many of you are looking forward to your retirement? I bet for a lot of people, this is something that they dream of. Unfortunately, there are some things that are always overlooked when preparing for it. One of those things can be your dental health, which can be a bit

groopman | Longevity LIVE

Optimism is the belief that things are going to get better. Hope is the belief that we can make things better. In the face of often incredible suffering, it takes courage to hope. When the chips are down, and when we need a powerful shot of motivation to help us

Odyssey | Longevity LIVE

Sanofi and Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc. has announced the primary endpoint of their Odyssey Outcomes trial, which tested the long-term effects of early PCSK9 inhibition in high cardiovascular risk patients who had recently experienced an acute coronary syndrome (ACS) event, such as a heart attack. In this 18 924 patient, long-term

cholesterol | Longevity Live

The term cholesterol is regularly seen as a villain due to its association with cardiovascular issues such as heart disease and stroke. Thus we are regularly encouraged to keep our cholesterol levels low. However, this only refers to the bad kind as having adequate levels of good cholesterol can actually improve

prediabetes | Longevity LIVE

Making healthy choices is difficult when the consequences of your bad choices don’t show up right away. That’s one reason why it’s touch for some folks to recognize that they’re on a glide path to Type-2 diabetes. But we’re here to alert you to the signs and help you prevent

tattoo | Longevity LIVE

The sheer volume of consequences that arise if you choose to have a tattoo removed begs the question: Isn’t it easier to simply get a temporary one? Here are our list of the best ones that are natural, fade after a while, and offer the same effect without the permanency.

heart | Longevity LIVE

Laura Smith* – a sports equipment supplier in her mid-40’s – experienced a racing heart three years ago. She put it down to panic attacks caused by overwork or single parenting. When the attacks didn’t stop after trying to smell the roses, she went to her doctor, who diagnosed A-Fib.  Smith

non-communicable | Longevity LIVE

In recent years, non-communicable diseases (NCDs) have risen in prominence on the global public health agenda.NCDs are not passed from person to person but are typically the result of a combination of genetic, physiological, environmental ad behavioral factors, and they tend to progress slowly. The most common NCDs include cardiovascular