Monthly Archives: May 2013

Exercise Changes Lives

No matter your health and physical abilities, you can gain a lot by staying active. In fact, in most cases you have more to lose by not being active. Check out the story how exercise changed the lives of these … Continue reading

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Hospital Induced Delirium

When an older adult is hospitalized, family members are already upset and concerned.  Then often the patient falls into a state of agitation, delirium or even psychosis—making an already stressful event even more traumatic. Click here to view an article from … Continue reading

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Music Therapy

The power of music therapy is extremely healing and calms the nerves of those suffering from dementia to Parkinson’s. Please check out this article and video from AARP to learn more about the success music therapy has on one adorable … Continue reading

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Don’t Ignore These Health Conditions

9 health conditions that should never be ignored! Please click here for a list of conditions and what they may lead to.

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Lymphedema on the Rise

Lymphedema is on the rise according to a study done this month by Portsmouth Regional Hospital in New Hampshire. Valley-Bay offers a Lymphedema expert at each location! Click here to learn more about Lymphedema treatment.

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Brain Stimulation

Just as your body needs exercise to stay fit as you get older, your brain needs regular stimulation, too. Click here to view a video and learn more from AARP.

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Fight Stress with Healthy Habits

Healthy habits can protect you from the harmful effects of stress. Here are 10 positive healthy habits you may want to develop. Click here to view article.

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Fitness Deters Cancer for 20 Years

Fitness can protect you from cancer — even 20 or more years down the road, researchers report. And men who were the most fit in middle age were the least likely to die a quarter century later even if they … Continue reading

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Eye Disease in Aging Adults

Over age 40, an estimated 25 million people have cataracts and more than 2.5 million have glaucoma; more than 2 million men and women over age 50 have age-related macular degeneration. Click here for more information from AARP.

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Genetic Testing for Breast Cancer

1 out of 8 women will get breast cancer. . . Should you proceed with genetic testing and a possible mastectomy? Please view the video from the Mayo Clinic for further information.

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