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July 9, 2018
Heart Disease in Women is Still Under-diagnosed
Heart disease is the number one cause of death for both men and women in the United States and more men and women die from heart disease than all other cancers combined. For the past fifty years, more women than men have died in this country from heart disease. Once a woman gets diagnosed with heart disease she will do worse and be more likely to die from it than a man. Why is this? What is the reason for this large discrepancy?
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June 25, 2018
WHAT CAUSES MIDLIFE WEIGHT GAIN AND STRATEGIES TO CONTROL IT
These two questions: “Did menopause make me fat?” and “What can I do to lose weight now that I am in menopause?” are among the most frequently asked questions in my practice. The answer to both of these questions is “It’s Complicated.”.
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March 29, 2018
SPRING TRAINING FOR BODY RENOVATION
We often associate the term “spring training” with baseball. More than a few women look at spring training in a slightly different way. 
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February 13, 2018
The secret to living longer may be your social life

What is the secret to living longer? According to this recent TED Talks video, it seems a rich social life may be the answer. (All the more reason to make use of your TTN membership and get out there and attend events and meet new friends!) Thank you to Philadelphia TTN member, Marsha Yankelev, for making us aware of this great video!
 
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January 25, 2018
Retirement causes brain function to rapidly decline, warn scientists

You may be bemoaning the fact that your financial situation requires you to delay your retirement dreams. Well, perhaps that will be to your benefit, as there is now hard science behind what we all knew instinctively about our brain power: use it or lose it. Working or volunteering in lieu of full retirement may be the best possible way to maintain your cognitive abilities!
 
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