Kevin McLaughlin

Anti-Aging Advice

Finding a solution is always infinitely easier when you can clearly identify the problem. That’s the basis of aging well—the more you know about your mind and body as you age, the better equipped you’ll be to master the art of aging well. If you know what’s causing unsightly wrinkles, or why you’re not thinking as clearly as you were a few years ago, you’ll know what you can do to manage it, or even reverse it. Part of aging well also has to do with being able to spot the risks early, and it helps if you know what to look for.

Newest Articles in Anti-Aging Advice

5 Things You’re Doing That Are Making You Look Older

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5 Things You’re Doing That Are Making You Look OlderA recent study suggests that genes are not the only culprit for aging facial skin. Wrinkles, spots, and dilated blood vessels can also be the result of too much sun, smoking, unhealthy eating, and other environmental and lifestyle factors. You may not even realize that some of the things you’re doing are actually making you look older.

Having the right anti-aging secrets can make all the difference. It’s more possible than ever to be able to live to 100, and if you follow these anti-aging secrets, you will have a much better chance of aging … Read More

5 Exercises for a Firmer Face and Neck

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5 Exercises for a Firmer Face and NeckMost people don’t start taking care of their skin as early as they should, and they are eventually faced with the challenge of trying to look younger by getting rid of wrinkles, sun damaged skin, and age spots with the latest anti-aging skin care treatments. But applying expensive products is not the only anti-aging skin care regimen you should turn to. There are some facial exercises you can do to help you get firmer, younger looking skin on the face and neck.

There are dozens of facial muscles which, like the rest of the body, … Read More

5 Things Your Body’s Doing Right Now to Increase Your Risk for Breast Cancer

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5-Things-Your-Bodys-Doing-Right-Now-to-Increase-Your-Risk-for-Breast-CancerBreast cancer continues to be the most common cancer among women in North America. The American Cancer Society estimates that in 2013, there will be over 232,000 diagnosed cases of invasive breast cancer among women in the U.S, with just over 39,000 breast cancer cases being fatal. Breast cancer is the presence of a malignant tumor that initially appears in the breast’s cells. The tumor can eventually grow to invade surrounding tissues, or possibly to other areas of the body. Unfortunately, with age comes a higher risk of being diagnosed with breast cancer—the majority of … Read More

4 Skin Care Tricks for Healthier, Younger Looking Skin

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4-Skin-Care-Tricks-for-Healthier,-Younger-Looking-SkinChildren’s skin usually looks virtually flawless. That soft, supple feeling of youthful skin becomes harder and harder to maintain as we get older. Because the skin is the first point of contact to the outside world and to damaging environmental factors, age-related changes in our bodies are often reflected on its surface first. Certain skin conditions—like psoriasis, eczema, and even acne—also become more prevalent with aging, and can leave skin feeling dry, itchy, and swollen. It’s hard to look younger when your skin is so irritated.

Here’s what it comes down to: younger skin looks … Read More

How to Get the Most Out of Exercise at Home

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How-to-Get-the-Most-Out-Of-Exercise-At-HomeWhether you exercise at home or at the gym, some form of physical activity is essential for aging well. We know of the infinite benefits that exercise at home has on physical health, but more and more findings have been emerging as of late to support the idea that exercise at home is just as important for mental health.

A recent study by researchers at the University of Otago has discovered that aging adults can strengthen their mental function and help keep their minds disease-free just by doing regular exercise at home, specifically by doing … Read More

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