Exercise, nutrition fend off age-related weakness The Philadelphia Tribune

When biopsies of men over 50 who did not exercise were compared with those of the same 20-year-old men their biopsies showed typical age-related changes. When muscle biopsies of men over 50 who lifted weights were compared with those of 20-year-old men the biopsies looked the same. There are other factors, which cause changes in muscle size and strength. Several studies show that resistance-training exercises help maintain and increase muscle strength and size as we age. Recent studies show that “if you don’t use it you will lose it. ”. Getting older does not mean that you have to become weak and suffer from age related changes that affect older people who are sedentary. These changes will have an affect on muscle size and strength and bone density. Ligaments connect bone to bone. In the past few years many researchers have turned their attention to the question, is muscle and strength loss a function of aging, or is it a result of disuse. Exercise and good nutrition can stimulate...

Underlying problems that are causing bad breath?

I brush my teeth twice a day, once in the morning and at night. I floss very well, and rinse with an alcohol-free mouth wash. Despite the fact that I have braces, my teether stay pretty clean throughout the day.

For as long as I can remember,


Try a Zinc supplement. Also, drink plenty of water. Dehydration can make your breath smell awful.


Could be a stomach problem. Indigestion, acid reflux, halatocis (can't spell it).

White Hairy Tongue / Bad breath?

So i've been having this white tongue for bout a year. I believe it gives me bad breath.

My tongue is white and hairy. I think papillae is what its called, overgrew and it traps wateva food i eat between them and cause bad breath. It looks


The white stuff on your tongue is Solobacterium moorei and is the primary cause of bad breath. The reason you still have bad breath is because you are not properly cleaning your tongue. Brush your teeth and then clean your tongue with a high quality


well try what the dentist says if it dosent work go back if they say the same thing go to someone else

How can I politely tell my fiance he suffers from severe bad breath? And it's ALL the TIME?

He doesn't drink coffee or alcohol...but he does take a lot of vitamins and supplements. WHAT could be causing this!?!?


The major cause of bad breath is the bacteria that collects on the back of the tongue and causes those bad smells. Mints, gum, mouwthwash, etc will cover up bad breath for a short time, however, to cure bad breath you must clean off the bacteria on the

Dentist or doctor for bad breath?

My young teenage daughter has had really bad breath for about 6 months or so. She brushes her teeth twice a day, flosses, uses mouthwash etc. She doesn't eat any foods which could be causing it, nor any vitamins or fish oil etc. I can't explain it. I


You are a very good mother to be so concerned about your daughter's bad breath. Recently, scientist have learned that the major cause of bad breath is from the bacteria that grow on the top of the tongue. Look on the tongue for some white stuff, especially