|Exercise Increases Brain Volume and May Slow Memory Decline
The Washington Post
Exercising for 25 minutes a week, or less than four minutes a day, could help to bulk up our brains and improve our ability to think as we grow older.
|Telltale Signs You May Have Had COVID-19 Without Knowing It
The COVID-19 virus may have been around longer than we originally thought. So people may have had the virus and recovered from it without knowing. Some telltale signs could indicate that you’re one of those people.
|Exploring Health and Medical Insurance Options for Mexico
Learn about medical insurance options for short visits, extended stays and long-term residency in Mexico.
|Can This Viral Bedtime ‘Mocktail’ Actually Help You Fall Asleep?
The New York Times
We asked experts who study supplements and sleep about the effectiveness of the homemade ‘Sleepy Girl Mocktail’ that has gone viral on TikTok.
|If Interested in Magic Mushrooms in Mexico, Read This Book
Michelle Janikian’s guide "Your Psilocybin Mushroom Companion" is a journalistic dive into Mexico’s long history of traditional use, with tips and trips to microdosing and psychedelic therapy.
|Emerging AI Tools Could Help Detect Cancer in Its Earliest Stages
TED Immigrant Diaspora
Catching cancer at its earliest stages saves lives. But in a body made up of trillions of cells, how do you spot a small group of rogue cancer cells?
|Vallarta Gay+ Launches Health Initiative to Serve Diverse Community
Out & About PV
In a groundbreaking move aimed at bolstering support and fostering health within the LGBTQ+ community, the Vallarta Gay+ Community Center has announced the establishment of a new health organization.
|How Your Body Bounces Back When You’ve Strayed From Exercise
The New York Times
When it comes to cardiovascular fitness and muscle strength, the adage is true: Use it or lose it. While regular exercise can improve heart health and increase strength and mobility, taking weeks or months off can reverse many of those benefits.
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