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  • How to Sit Less and Move More How to Sit Less and Move More We all know that a lifestyle of a good diet and regular exercise is the prescription for better health as we age, but did you know that sitting too much can also be a problem? It’s true. Doctors are finding more and more that sitting for too many hours a day can be linked to ... Read More
  • What to Eat and Not to Eat with Parkinson's Disease What to Eat and Not to Eat with Parkinson's Disease You’ve probably heard of Parkinson’s Disease or know someone who suffers with it. It is a progressive disease that affects the central nervous system, making movement, balance and muscle control become very difficult. Over time, it can cause total loss of control over ... Read More
  • Helping Seniors Have Healthy Skin Helping Seniors Have Healthy Skin Aging takes its toll on all of us and is especially noticeable on our skin. As we age, our skin becomes thinner, less elastic and transparent, making bones and veins more visible. If you’ve had years of sun exposure, the aging process on your skin will be even more ... Read More
  • Lowering the Risk of Heart Disease Among Seniors Lowering the Risk of Heart Disease Among Seniors Did you know that heart disease kills more people than any other condition in the United States? While there can be genetic risk factors that increase your odds of developing heart disease, most often it is brought on by lifestyle choices that can be corrected. With one in ... Read More
  • Battling Diabetes with Diet and Exercise Battling Diabetes with Diet and Exercise Any diabetic can tell you what a full-time job it is to manage diabetes and all that it requires to stay healthy. Making sure your diet is under control, blood sugar levels are checked often and taking medications as needed is just a part of the process. Most people assume ... Read More
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