Collagen and Joint Health

Collagen and Joint Health

Joint pain can occur for various reasons, one of which comes with aging. As a person ages, their collagen levels start to decline by 1-2 percent per year beginning at about age 30. Also, with age, the risk of developing degenerative joint disorders like osteoarthritis...
How to Take Care of Your Skin During the Summer

How to Take Care of Your Skin During the Summer

The lazy days of summer don’t mean you should be lazy with your skin care regimen. In fact, you should be even more diligent. In the summer because your skin doesn’t feel as dry, it is tempting to ease up on moisturizing. It is also tempting to indulge in lying in the...
What Can You Do to Prevent Arthritis?

What Can You Do to Prevent Arthritis?

The rubbery cushion in your joints, called cartilage, absorbs shock for your bones and allows them to glide smoothly when you move. As you age, your cartilage wears away. Consequently, when there isn’t enough left in your joints to protect your bones from damaging...
Simple Exercises for Better Joint Health

Simple Exercises for Better Joint Health

Joint pain and stiffness might seem impossible to avoid, but with the right preparation we can give our joints some help. Resting your joints isn’t always the best for your joints as your joints need movement to improve overall joint health. Joint pain can be...
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