Nearly half of Americans are deficient in vitamin D. Not having enough can lead to weaker bones, and studies have shown a correlation with both pneumonia and COVID-19. The simplest way to get enough vitamin D is to spend some time in the sun -- without sunscreen. 15 to 20 minutes a day should do it. But if even that would leave you sunburned, consider a supplement. It’s also present in fatty fish, egg yolks, cheese and mushrooms, and stuff like milk, OJ and cereal are fortified with it. (Axios)
Here’s an easy way to add years to your life … Just take a walk. And it doesn’t even have to be a long one. A study found that just a 10-minute power walk every day could lead to a longer, healthier life. Got more than 10 minutes? A 20- or 30-minute walk is even better, doubling the health benefits.