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What Type of Exercise is Best for the...

Exercise is just as good for the brain as it is for the body. “Back in the day, the majority of exercise studies focused on the parts of the body from the neck down, like the heart and lungs,” says Dr. Ozioma Okonkwo, assistant professor of medicine at the University […]
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5 Ways to Stay Healthy During the...

♫ Deck the halls with boughs of holly, Fa la la la la– la la la la! That’s right, soon we’ll be donning our gay apparel and getting ready for holiday fun, songs, and gifts.  And let us not forget the bountiful feast: pecan pie, honey-baked ham, sweet potato casserole […]
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Protecting Your Family from Hormone...

Obesity, Diabetes, Heart disease, Autoimmunity, Alzheimer’s, Breast and Prostate Cancer, Thyroid, Reproductive and Neuroendocrine Diseases are all on the rise in the United States.  The European Union estimates the financial burden in Europe to be $209 billion dollars annually for health care expenses related to IQ loss, intellectual disability, autism, […]
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3 Possible Causes of Persistent Brain...

Brain fog is a common complaint in our modern world.  At The Renewal Point, we often see patients with brain fog as their major complaint.  While brain fog is not considered a medical condition, it is a term for a specific group of symptoms that can affect your ability to […]
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Human Longevity – Is Aging Simply a...

As we all know, we live in a city dominated by senior citizens. Although the story that follows may sound commonplace, the point of this article is that it doesn’t have to be. A Cute Elderly Couple As I pulled my car into our local grocery store parking lot recently, […]
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Secrets of Living Longer

“Everyone wants to live longer and science is starting to make that happen. But ‘living better’ will be the real challenge and opportunity. In Time Magazine’s article on the science of aging well, Laura L. Carstensen explains: “We live in extraordinary times. And thanks to medical and scientific advances that […]
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Balance Your Hormones, Balance Your...

University of California scientists discover a unique program to reverse cognitive decline by balancing hormones: Known by many names: brain degeneration, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Multiple Sclerosis, and others, cognitive decline can slip in and steal our health, our feelings, our memories, and even our loved ones. Having spent billions of dollars […]
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Hormone Balancing and The Female Brain

Another article on Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus? Perhaps, but read on to learn how you can help yourself or your loved ones. Let’s explore the difference between the female and male brain by looking at the advantages of being female caused by the effect of one […]
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FEELING GOOD ABOUT AGING

Our age is more than just a number.  It is a combination of factors – some we can control and some we can’t. For example, we can’t control our determinant genetics or what accidents may befall us (that is, unless you knowingly participate in high-risk activities), but we can control […]
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2023 Dirty Dozen and Clean Fifteen

The Dirty Dozen Some big changes to the Dirty Dozen list this year ~ green beans and blueberries are now on the list as 2 of the fruits and vegetables to start buying organic whenever possible. The Dirty Dozen is a list of the 12 fruits and vegetables that have […]
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Sex and the Female Brain

     “He wants sex.  She wants romance.”  So says John Gray, PhD in ‘Mars and Venus in the Bedroom’.  Sometimes it seems as if our partners are from different planets.  In the bedroom, it is obvious that men and women are different, but we may not realize just how […]
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Three Little Hormones of Love

When it’s time for romance, these three little hormones of love are a BIG thing. And if they are not in balance, it can lead to a real problem. Take for instance the case of a recent patient… a 42-year-old, happily married, mother of two high school students, who appeared […]
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