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If you’re a BA50, then you know (and perhaps loved) Carly Simon. What you don’t remember singing “You’re So Vain” about every boy crush you couldn’t land? From the New York Times: Carly and Lucy Simon on Music, Fame, Sibling Rivalry and Yes, James Taylor
The huge number of fans of Bikram “Hot” yoga make it seem almost cultlike, but is this intense overheating really good for our health? From The Atlantic: The Enduring Appeal of Being Hot
We’re not making any promises here, but according to a “study,” you’re span of happiest years are from 60 to 85. So, if you think you’re happy now, you REALLY have something to look forward to. From HuffingtonPost.com: This is the Age You’ll Know True Happiness, According to Science
“It isn’t hard to figure out why some banks and credit unions offer special checking accounts for customers they call “seniors.” Once they establish banking relationships this way, they can try to entice the new account holders with savings accounts, loans and retirement accounts.” From marketwatch.com: Should You Get a “Senior” Bank Account?
New startup PillPack prepackages pills by dosage so those who take large numbers of pills each day will never have to remember if they’ve taken too many or too few. From Forbes: Pharmacy Startup PillPack Could Change the Way America Takes It’s Medicine
No one will argue with the fact that working out is good for you, but doctors are warning that the tight-fitting workout wear can also do harm if worn way beyond the aerobics session. From Los Angeles Times: Shapewear Comes with Health Risks if Worn Too Long
“A study claims that eating fast food after exercise causes the same physiological effects as many sports supplements.” From takepart.com: Your Post-Workout Protein Shake Might as Well Be a Big Mac
“A growing number of states are requiring doctors to tell women when they have dense tissue, but some say the knowledge only causes unnecessary fear.” From The Atlantic: What Dense Breasts Mean for Cancer Risk
The bad news is that your migraines will probably worsen during perimenopause and menopause. the good news is that they will diminish once you’re through with menopause. From Yahoo.com: Is Menopause Causing Your Headache?