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Breast Cancer Survivability for Men and Women

While breast cancer is predominately a woman’s disease – men also get it. The 5 to 10 year survival rate after breast cancer diagnosis for both men and women is ~90% to 80%. While serving in the active duty Air Force during the mid-80s, I was shocked and surprised when my good friend Walter at the ripe old age of 19 years old was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer and went through life changing surgery. (more…)

Clear up Yellowed, Thickened and Cracked Toenails Once and for all

Last Update: 6 June 2020 by Marc Woodard If you or someone you know has yellowed, thickened, cracked and/or swollen and inflamed toenails, it is caused from a fungus called onychomycosis [which literally means fungal infection of the nail]. Ageless MirrorAthlete also covers consumer safety connections relevant to illness and disease. And covers how those connections prevent too many of us from living the lifestyle we need, want and deserve. Learn how to live life (more…)

How did They Live Past 116

Healthy relationships contribute to long life spans Updated: 22 December 2018 How do average people live well past 100 years of age and significantly longer with a 95 year average lifespan? Does it have anything to do with genetics, environment, habit, diet, exercise or something more or absent thereof? First let’s examine some of the longest living centurion biographies on record. And after reviewing these biographies, we’ll connect the dots to make a correlation to their longevity lifestyle secrets. (more…)