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Join us on The Longest Day to Honor the Alzheimer’s Association

Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive, debilitating disease that causes problems with memory, thinking and behavior.  More than 5.4 million Americans are currently living with the disease. There is no cure, no prevention and no way to slow down the disease. … Continue reading

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Fitness Isn’t Just Physical

Since May is National Senior Fitness Month — and May is almost over! — it seemed appropriate to remind readers that being fit doesn’t just refer to physical fitness. It’s just as important for seniors to be spiritually and emotionally … Continue reading

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As Winter Weather Worsens, Seniors Are Especially at Risk

Cold weather and icy conditions are risky for everyone. But seniors are especially at risk for hypothermia, exposure, and slips and falls, often due to poor circulation, frail bones and the onset of age-related disease. Wintry weather is a concern … Continue reading

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