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The Benefits of Proactive Occupational Therapy for Seniors

According to the Census Bureau, by 2034, seniors (adults 65+ years) are expected to outnumber children for the first time in U.S. history. In aging...
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5 Lesser-Known Health Screenings that Women Over 65 Should be Receiving

Factors like genetics or one’s environment make it difficult to avoid the onset of chronic conditions as one ages and, when it comes to chronic con...
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Aging with MS: What to Expect and How to Be Proactive

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is an immune-mediated disease that affects the central nervous system. The exact cause of MS is still unknown, but it is be...
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Is It Dementia? What to Look For and When to Talk to your Primary Care Provider

Warning signs of dementia can be challenging to discern. After all, who hasn’t misplaced their keys from time to time or forgotten someone’s name? ...
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Five Senior-Friendly Activities to Boost Heart Health

Happy American Heart Month! Although it is important for everyone to keep up with their health every month, February provides a unique time to focu...
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What Seniors Should Look for in a Primary Care Provider (PCP)

Proactive primary care is an essential factor in the health of seniors. In fact, studies show that U.S. states with higher ratios of primary care p...
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Why Bathroom Safety Must Be a Team Effort in Senior Living Communities

Why is bathroom safety so important? According to a study by the Center for Disease Control (CDC), adults 65 and older account for 79% of bathroom ...
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Managing Painful Arthritis During the Winter with Exercise

Managing arthritis pain this winter? Check out these recommendations for simple ways to minimize discomfort and reduce inflammation.
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How Physical Therapy Can Get Seniors Moving

With a new year comes new resolutions, and often those resolutions involve increasing physical activity, improving health, and doing more of the th...
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