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Age Related Health Problems Explained

The best advice you’ll ever read about yucky age-related mysteries of the body: Why Have I Sprung a Leak? Yuck Factor: 4 Everybody loves to laugh, but what if a good joke makes you squirt a little? It’s called stress … Continue reading

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Therapy Success in the Patient’s Words

As Written by Patient, Clark J. Krystek, 68. I turned a corner.  And there she was.  Nose to nose with me!  Her eyes opened wide as she stared.  I smiled; I hadn’t seen her for a long time. “Wow! When … Continue reading

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Random Acts of Kindness

Although 94 % of us claim we are ‘giving’ people, 23 % confess we have never performed a “random act of kindness.” “People who engage in kind acts become happier over time,” says Sonja Lyubomirsky, Ph.D., a professor of psychology at the University of … Continue reading

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Create a Joyful Life with Less Stress

8 Tips for Creating a Life with More Joy and Less Stress Get your New Year started on the right foot. We’ve compiled a list of resolutions you can use to cultivate a life with more relaxation, happiness, purpose and … Continue reading

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Senior Depression

Seniors and Depression: Tips for Caregivers Everyone can get the blues from time to time, but real depression needs to be monitored and treated. The truth is, seniors can fall into depression for many reasons: losing a loved one, dealing … Continue reading

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Tips for Staying Active with Age

Physical activity is good for people of all ages. Staying active can help: Lower your risk of heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, and some types of cancer Improve your strength and balance so you can prevent injuries and stay … Continue reading

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Enhancing Your Senior Loved Ones Holidays

It’s very human to feel that holidays should be happy times, with generations of traditions coming to the forefront. After all, we say we celebrate holidays. Doesn’t that mean happiness? The reality, however, is that many people can feel isolated and … Continue reading

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Preventing Strokes

New research shows five healthy behaviors may prevent up to 80 percent of heart attacks in men. Researchers say only about one percent of men in the study did all five of these behaviors, but they had a far lower … Continue reading

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10 Tips for a Positively Healthy Life

10 Tips for Rein­vent­ing Your­self dur­ing Sep­tem­ber Is Healthy Aging Month:  Do not act your age or at least what you think your cur­rent age should act like. What was your best year so far? 28? 40? Now? Pic­ture your­self at … Continue reading

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Heart Failure Under 60

Congestive heart failure is the most common diagnosis in hospital patients 65 and older, but it may come as a surprise to learn that more than 1 million of the 5 million Americans suffering from congestive heart failure are under … Continue reading

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