• 39%, I should of started to exercise earlier, but I can still maintain 32% if I start now. I like the website, it’s great

    From Lesley Sytsma
    January 14, 2010

  • They also have a site optimized for you cell phone http://m.medlineplus.gov/

    From Adam
    January 17, 2010

  • Lesley
    You are right. Thanks for taking the time to comment.Glad to hear that you think medline is a good resources. Hope you do get started now, it is never too late to get significant benefit.

    From Bob Wright
    January 20, 2010

Wright from the Source: Your Online Go-To Resource

When I have a question or need more information about virtually any health topic, my go to resource is www.medlineplus.gov.  It brings together authoritative information from the National Library of Medicine ( the world’s largest medical library), the National Institutes of Health, and other governmental agencies and health related organizations. Medline plus has extensive information about prescription and non prescription drugs, an illustrated medical encyclopedia, interactive patient tutorials, over 800 health topics and latest health news.  


So what you are probably saying to yourself now is, great, next time I have health related question, I’ll check medline plus out.  The problem is that by then you’ll forget about the H3 Daily Blog web site and even where you heard about it.  To encourage you to check it out now, the first 10 people to post a comment with the right answer to the question below will get a free week at H3.


JUST KIDDING, but you will be introduced to a valuable health resource and practice navigating your way around it. Once you see how useful it can be I am sure it will become one of your favorite websites as well.


So if you have a few minutes right now, go to www.medlineplus.gov, when you get to the home page, find the heading Current  Health News (top center of the page), click on More News, scroll down to January 11, 2010, and lastly click on the article.


Question:  What percent less likely were those who exercise moderately during midlife, to have mild cognitive impairment than those who didn’t exercise, how about those who exercised regularly in late life?  Check it out let me know what you think about it.

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