Month: December 2018

Winterize to Prevent Falls

Originally published on the NCOA: Below are five simple steps that YOU can take today to reduce falls among older...

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National Senior Games Association Athlete of the Month

Originally published on NSGA: Betsy Hall is like many people who participate in Senior Games–she loves it so much, she...

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Say No to Raw Dough!

Originally published on the CDC: There are many special occasions through the year that are perfect to spend time with...

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When Answering the Phone Exposes You to Fraud

Originally published on The New York Times: These days, fewer frauds start with a knock on the front door or...

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Older Adults: Here's What Causes Hunchback – and How to Prevent It

Originally published on MSN: Kyphosis, a painful condition commonly known as "hunchback" is a physical deformation of the middle and...

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How Do You Know When It’s Time to Give Up the Keys?

Originally published on Administration on Aging: When it comes to safe driving, it’s not age but ability that matters. Be...

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20 Essential Exercises for Older Adults

Originally published on MSN: Exercise can keep seniors healthy, active, and enjoying life. Older adults who are physically active have...

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Measuring Your Fitness Progress

Originally published on Go4Life: How Can I Tell if I’m Getting More Fit? If you’ve been exercising regularly, you’ll soon...

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How Much Protein Do You Need After 50?

Originally published on AARP: Protein helps to keep our muscles strong, which is important for maintaining the balance and mobility needed to continue...

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