Buying into generic drugs

Generic versions of drugs are just as effective as their name-brand counterparts, and they cost less than the brand names.

Your resting heart rate can reflect your current — and future — health

How many times your heart beats per minute when you’re resting — also known as your resting heart rate (RHR) — can provide important clues to your current overall health and even predict possible future health problems.

What men can gain from therapy

Men are often reluctant to seek therapy. After all, it involves asking for help and talking candidly about one’s emotions, two things that many men are eager to avoid. But men should know that there’s no need to “tough out” whatever they’re going through.

Back to school: Learning a new skill can slow cognitive aging

You probably know that it’s important to stay physically active as you get older. But it’s just as important to “exercise” your brain.
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