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getting older

Many people associate aging with the ongoing process of physical and cognitive decline. But it need not be the case. In fact, it looks like as we get...
under-nutrition
One of the consequences of aging is a loss of appetite — referred to by healthcare professionals as the anorexia of aging — which can result in under...
exercise benefits
Are you in the market for some motivation to get some exercise? Well, you've come to the right place. Exercise can lower the risk of cognitive...
electronic bike
When you think of an electronically powered bike, your initial reaction might be to think, "That's cheating." After all, the whole point of riding a...
free radicals and aging
It's long been known that the mechanism that produces free radicals in the body causes cell damage, aging and disease. Now a new study might have...
adherence
Until now, little has been done to see why older people need help with their medications. A new study tries to determine whether we can predict who...
adopt a dog and go for walks
If you're in your fifties, sixties and seventies and would rather eat glass than attempt a burpee, you don't have to! In fact, all you need to do is...
hearing loss
Efforts should be made to provide adults with easier access to and more affordable options for hearing-related health care.
pool exercises
Exercise is an important part of your life at any age, for maintaining both your physical and mental fortitude. As you get older, be extra mindful...
bifocals
Visual blurring — like that produced by bifocals or multifocal lenses — may cause errors in foot position when walking. And that could contribute to...

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