10 000 steps | Longevity LIVE

Yes, you may be confined to your home for a period of time, but that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t be doing your best to get your steps in. Granted, you may not have the option of a large office space or an atypical, jam-packed weekday that has you constantly

geothermal | Longevity LIVE

Geothermal waters have a list of aliases that is as long as its history as an anti-aging treatment. People have sought out mineral baths and their health benefits for millennia. In certain areas of Europe and Japan, this is regarded as a natural health treatment to counter the effects of

nails | Longevity LIVE

Whether we opt for them bare, perfectly manicured or adorned in acrylic, everybody wants to have beautiful, healthy nails. But, as with our hair and skin, our nails can take a beating, and it’s not always easy to keep them in tip-top shape. Here’s what you need to know. The

Hygiene | Longevity LIVE

With the added emphasis on hygiene and cleanliness, especially with the COVID-19 pandemic, a lot of us are doing our best to keep the places we live as clean, hygienic, and safe as possible. As the concern around hygiene continues to grow, a lot of consumers are looking to the

With all of us being advised to adopt both social-distancing and even widespread lockdowns, we’re all going to be spending much more time at home.  This will help regulate the spread of the coronavirus,  allowing medical institutions and other public health facilities to deal with the number of patients over

collagen and skin

Collagen has a major role to play in skincare. It helps to maintain suppleness, as well as the elasticity, of our skin. But as we age, the amount of collagen in our body decreases. And this soon becomes evident in the appearance of our skin. Luckily, there are treatments that

mother and daughter embracing resilience

Thursday, 19 March 2020.   During this  time of a global health crisis, we’re all confronted with new realities in an uncertain environment. This requires all of us to work on building and strengthening our personal resilience. Being resilient means being psychologically flexible. To take hold of our minds in order


Thursday, March 19, 2020, CLEVELAND: Certain populations are more at risk of severe illness and there are extra precautions they should consider taking to protect themselves.  U.S.-based Cleveland Clinic’s infectious disease specialist Alan Taege, M.D provides answers to FAQ’s on COVID-19 and Chronic Medical Conditions. Serious complications from COVID-19 are

Vitamin C

The COVID-19 pandemic is causing shortages of important medical devices, foods and products. You may be hoping to boost your immunity with additional vitamin C.  It’s important to know that fruits and vegetables are still the best food sources of vitamin C.  Buy fresh (or even frozen) foods rich in

Chances are, you’re going to be housebound for the next 2 to 3 weeks, especially with both school and work shutdown. As a result of the coronavirus quarantine, you may be doing your best to limit your trips to the grocery store. Now with you spending so much time indoors,