Barber Study Trims Black Men's Blood Pressure — AARP
Trim your hair and your blood pressure? Black male customers at dozens of Los Angeles barbershops reduced one of their biggest medical risks through a novel project that shows the power of familiar faces and trusted places to improve health.
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Enter AARP’s Fit & Fun Health Challenge any time between May 3 and June 30. Walk for 30 minutes a day with a buddy and complete weekly mini challenges for a chance to win prizes! For more information, go to aarp.org/challenge. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY.
Danny Dreyer Shares his Expertise on Staying Healthy — AARP
Host Jay Stone Shih speaks with wellness expert Danny Dreyer.
Fight to Eliminate Trans Fats Goes Global
The World Health Organization is calling on all nations to rid foods of artificial trans fats in the next five years. In the U.S., the ban on added trans fats takes effect next month.
Peining Chang Offers Resources for Alzheimers Patients — AARP
Jay Stone Shih interviews Pening Chang of the Alzheimers Association on helpful resources for the disease and other forms of dementia.
THC May Affect Older Brains In A Surprising Way — AARP
Researchers found that doses of THC affected older and younger mice differently. Daily doses might even fend off aging.
Utilizing Telehealth for Caregiving in Rural Areas
AARP South Dakota Executive Council Member Karla Abbott discusses caregiving for her father while he lived on an Indian reservation 400 miles away from her. Telehealth offers caregivers and patients more options for health care through technology.