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  1. Life Threatening Falls Can be Avoided

    Falls are all too common in older adults and they can lead to devastating complications like hip and pelvic fractures and even head trauma. In fact, falls are the most common cause of traumatic brain injuries. The statistics are sobering. According to the Center for Disease Control: One out of three adults age 65 and older falls each year. ยน Among those age 65 and older, …Read More

  2. Exercising Has Benefits Beyond Just Staying Fit

    We know that exercise is good for us so why are so many of us reluctant to do it? If we knew that it boosts cognitive and memory skills would we be any more inclined to follow an exercise regime? Maybe we would. In a recent study carried out by the University of Washington School of Medicine, researchers studied a group of men and women, approximately age 70 with mild memo…Read More

  3. Studies Show Connection Between Diabetes and Loss of Hearing and Vision

    There are a number of things we can expect as we get older and our bodies begin to change. For example, we may experience vision or hearing loss. As it turns out, these two conditions may have common factors. Although some loss can be attributed to natural, biological changes as we age, research has cast new light on the health and quality of life issues for seniors suffer…Read More

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