Monthly Archives: July 2013

Prevent Knee Pain

The knee is especially vulnerable to injury. Think about it: The knee works hard as a hinge and a shock absorber. It lets us walk, run, slide, climb, bend, lift, kick and assume all sorts of positions. Despite this versatile … Continue reading

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Parkinson’s and Testosterone May Be Linked

Study shows Parkinson’s disease in men may be linked to a sudden decline in testosterone Click here to lean more.

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Early Alzheimer’s Diagnosis

Researchers in Germany have identified a new blood test that may in future provide much earlier diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease and other degenerative disorders. Alzheimer’s disease, the most common form of dementia, can currently only be diagnosed with certainty at … Continue reading

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Memory Loss Tools

Forgetfulness can be a normal part of aging. Here are a few tools to help you remember in times of everyday memory loss. Click here for memory loss tips.

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Budget Friendly Healthy Eating

Eating healthy on a budget can seem difficult; but it can be done! Being creative can help you stick to your budget and incorporate nutritious foods into your diet. Try to incorporate some of these healthy foods under $1 into your … Continue reading

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LSVT Big and Loud Success

We are beyond excited about offering LSVT Big & Loud! The success story of Charles taken from LSVT Global shows how amazing this program is! “My name is Charles William Hibler. We met in St Louis in October of last … Continue reading

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Delayed Retirement, Delayed Dementia

New research finds that workers who put off retirement face less risk of developing Alzheimer’s or other types of dementia. In the largest study of its kind, researchers in France found that workers who retired at age 65 had about a 15 … Continue reading

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Insomnia

Insomnia affects more than  half of all elders. Sleep is essential for good health; it helps improve memory, allows the body to repair itself from any cell damage, and refreshes the immune system, which in turn helps to prevent disease. … Continue reading

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Pushing Back Retirement

Many Americans are pushing back the date of retirement. Some say they feel they have no choice — they haven’t saved enough and aren’t eligible for much in the way of retirement benefits. For others, need takes a backseat to … Continue reading

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National Senior Olympians

Age of Champions is the award-winning PBS documentary following the National Senior Olympics. You’ll meet a 100-year-old tennis champion, 86-year-old pole vaulter, and rough-and-tumble basketball grandmothers! Click Here to view the video and meet the Olympians!

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