Monthly Archive: September 2016

Sep 20

Can exercise protect the brain from Alzheimer’s?

Currently, there is no cure available for the nearly 5.5 million people in the United States diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. But it turns out exercise might be an excellent way to slow the progression, and even prevent the degenerative brain disease. According to a research analysis published by the School of Health and Exercise Sciences …

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Sep 02

6 Great Reasons to Have a Cup of Tea

  While many Americans tend to favor coffee as their hot beverage of choice, tea is the second most popular drink worldwide, preceded only by water.   Culturally engrained into the daily lives of people in Asia, Europe, and the Middle East, tea has been widely consumed and revered for over 2,000 years. So what’s so …

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French Pear Tart

    As the winter months begin to roll in, and the first snows are popping up, my mind dreams of sitting by the fire with a slice of apple or pear tart, and a cup of tea… Now pear aren’t what you’d think of as winter fruit, I know.  Like apples, though, late harvest varieties are around through December.  …

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