Monthly Archives: March 2013

15 Super Foods for People Over 50

There is no doubt a well-balanced diet is essential to a healthy and happy life. These delicious foods help protect eyes, lungs, heart and brain. Click here to view the article from AARP.

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March is Lymphedema Month

March is Lymphedema month!! Therapy and education is essential for management and recovery. Please click here to view a video on what to expect from your therapist.

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Expert Q & A: Adult Hearing Loss

Dr. DiSarno is chief staff officer for audiology at the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, please review the attached link in which Dr. Disarno answers readers’ questions from the NY Times on how to cope and what should be done about hearing loss. … Continue reading

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Making the Best Housing Choice for Seniors

By 2050 1 out of 5 people in the nation will be 65+! When it comes to living arrangements, senior citizens have lots of options to choose from. Check out the information below from Housing For Seniors to help you … Continue reading

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Checklist to Make Your Home Safe for Seniors

“There’s no place like home” For seniors however, home is where most injuries occur due to changes that are natural with aging. Please take a look at this checklist of multiple things you can do to make sure your home … Continue reading

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10 Most Popular Hobbies for Seniors

Seniors keep busy in all kinds of ways—from volunteering to pursuing their passions. Find a hobby that you enjoy, and your life will definitely get a lot more interesting.  Check out the link below to view the 10 most popular … Continue reading

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Aging Adults Need Exercise More Than Ever

A healthy lifestyle that contains an exercise program is important for anyone, but it becomes even more important as a person ages. Senior exercise has a positive effect on such things as arthritis, peripheral artery disease, the heart, diabetes and … Continue reading

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“How to Live in Assisted Living”

Journalist and MIT graduate, Martin Bayne, is considered by many to be the nation’s leading advocate for people in assisted living.  Judith Graham of the NY Times recently interviewed Martin on “How to Live in Assisted Living.” Click here to … Continue reading

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One in three elderly have dementia when they die

Deaths from Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia have increased 68% from 2000 to 2010, according to the report being released today by the Alzheimer’s Association, an advocacy group.  Meanwhile, deaths from heart disease, HIV/AIDS and stroke have declined. Click … Continue reading

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Surviving a Hip Fracture

When you’re older, a fall can have a debilitating effect. Approximately 300,000 people in America fracture a hip each year.  In addition, it can take a while to rehabilitate from a hip fracture—and that much time spent immobilized in a … Continue reading

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