Author Archives: Mark Rosenberg, M.D.

Folic Acid Lowers Risk for Summer Heat Cardiac Events

Now that you’re older, you may be having a hard time tolerating summer heat, especially when the humidity is high. A new study shows that supplementing with a certain vitamin may be what you need to feel better in summer heat. Folic Acid Helps Older People Tolerate Summer Heat When you were a kid you […]

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4 Common Mental Health Issues That Go Undiagnosed

May is finally here and sunny days are occurring more often.  But, many people don’t enjoy sunny days due to a mental health issue.  Many of these issues go undiagnosed as they can become mistaken for other natural aging issues.  With May being mental health month, it’s a good time to assess your own mental […]

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These 3 Healthy Habits Fight Mental Decline

One of the biggest fears my patients have about getting older is losing their mental sharpness.  But, the truth is, mental decline is not a “given” of getting older.  Rather, it’s a consequence, or the end result, of not safeguarding your overall health.  That’s why I’d like to tell you about 3 simple ways you […]

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4 Power Seeds That Fight Diseases of Aging

Today’s complex techno-world is full of man-made processed foods, synthetic medicines, and artificial replicas of just about everything.  Yet, there are 4 of Nature’s superpower foods that you can still turn to for good health, especially as you get older.  Here’s what they are… Super Seeds:  4 of Nature’s Best Anti-Aging, Health Boosting Foods It’s […]

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Simple Ways To Fire Up Your Metabolism

If you’re over 40, I don’t have to tell you that you’ve probably gained some unwanted pounds.  You may also feel like you’re lacking in the energy department too.  But, you don’t have to resign yourself to weight gain and low energy just because you’re getting older.  There are several simple things you can do […]

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Is Your Rx Incompatible with the Sun?

When you were young, you did a lot of things without giving it a second thought.  Then, after you passed the age of 40, you noticed that each spring you seem to get a sunburn, or red, itchy rash, the first time you spend time in the sun. Although you never used to be, now […]

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Successful Weight Loss Depends on These 2 Things

Like many of my patients and readers at the start of this New Year,  you may have made a pledge to lose your extra weight.  Congratulations! And, because I want you to be successful, I’d like to tell you about 2 strategies that can give you the winning edge… Weight Loss Success Strategy #1:   Befriend […]

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Boost Brain Power, Mood and Good Health With This One Activity

If you’re over 50, your kids are likely grown and you’ve probably got the house to yourself again, at least part of the time.  Guess what fun thing you can do everyday in your newfound privacy that will make you both happier and healthier?  Read on and let me tell you about it… Dancing:  The […]

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Are You Suffering From This “Hidden” Epidemic?

As a doctor, it’s hard for me to believe that in a country of abundant food sources that anyone in the U.S. could suffer from malnutrition.  But, it’s true. In fact, there is an epidemic of “hidden” malnutrition amongst older people in the U.S. today.  Each week, I see at least a handful of them. […]

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This Ancient Spice Now Proven To Boost Memory

Have you noticed some “senior moments” occurring here and there?  You forgot what you came into a room for or you draw blanks on someone’s name.  These are all pretty common memory glitches that don’t mean much.  But, I’d like to tell you about a simple way to boost your “working memory” for at least […]

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To Live Longer, Science Says You’ll Need To Limit This

Would you stay on a calorie/carbohydrate-controlled diet if I told you it would add decades of youthful living to your life? Not only would you live longer, but you’d live in good health without the typical diseases and conditions of aging. Or would you say, to heck with it, I don’t care if I live […]

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Control This 1 Thing to Prevent Brain Cell Damage

Aging gracefully is part genetics and how well you take care of yourself through the years.  Anti-aging researchers now have a better understanding of just how important stress is in relation to how youthful you’ll stay as you get older.  That’s why I want to tell you about some new findings about how chronic stress […]

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