Washington, DC - CDC today issued new guidance and information to prevent Zika virus transmission and health effects:

Riverside, California (NAPS) - Osteoporosis "bone loss" is a serious condition that half of all women and many men can expect to develop at some time in their lives. Fortunately, it can be detected and treated. In fact, women who have a bone density scan have 35 percent fewer hip fractures than those who do not.

El Paso, Texas (NAPSI) - As it ages, skin can lose texture and radiance and the ability to properly reflect light due to fine lines, a reduction in hydration level, a lower cell turnover rate and less cohesion. You can’t stop time, but nature and human ingenuity can help you slow its effects.

Yuma, Arizona (NAPSI) - As you age, regular physical activity is one of the most important things you can do for your physical and emotional well-being. Older adults are recognizing the incredible impact of physical activity and fitness, and are becoming more active than any previous generation. For millions of active older adults, the path to improved well-being starts with SilverSneakers® Fitness. In fact, 66 percent of participants said they would exercise less or not at all if it weren’t for SilverSneakers.

Riverside, California (NAPSI) - If you or someone you care about is ever among the nearly 2 million Americans who have a heart attack, a stroke or are diagnosed with heart disease every year, the key to recovery could come from a surprising source.

Yuma, Arizona (NAPSI) A nationwide campaign is aimed at helping the millions of Americans who aren’t getting enough “shut-eye.” It’s a serious problem: Besides experiencing physical fatigue and emotional stress, sleep-deprived people face increased risks for heart and kidney disease, high blood pressure, obesity and diabetes.

Yuma, Arizona (NAPSI) - Danyelle’s first pregnancy was going extremely well, and she couldn’t wait for the arrival of her baby girl. At her 28-week checkup, her doctor knew that something wasn’t right. Danyelle’s feet and face were incredibly swollen. When Danyelle returned the next day for more tests, her blood pressure had skyrocketed. Within 24 hours, Danyelle found herself in the hospital at risk of delivering her baby prematurely.