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Is A Good Attitude The Fountain of Youth?

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You probably get all kinds of advice about good lifestyle choice like eating right, exercising, and abstaining from bad habits in order to live longer. While nobody is suggesting that you shouldn’t try to fit in more servings of vegetables and some moderate exercise, the key to a longer

What to Know About Today’s Knee Replacement Surgery

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When knees get severely damaged because of arthritis, osteoporosis, or injuries, it can be tough to enjoy walking. Getting upstairs or downstairs might become impossible. Some people who suffer from knee problems even feel pain when they sit or lie down. Knee replacement therapy is usually not the first

Longer, Healthier Life With an Anti-Aging Diet

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A British study surveyed a representative study of several thousand people, and then it tracked them all for several years. People who reported eating seven or more servings of fruits and vegetables each day were over 40 percent less likely to die over a period of seven years. Even

Tips For Aging Well

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We can’t stop the clock, but maybe we can slow it down a bit. Plenty of healthy and active seniors, and even more and more doctors, are spreading the word that lifestyle choices can help seniors live longer and more productive lives while aging gracefully. If you don’t believe

What is a Skilled Nursing Facility?

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There comes a time in everyone’s life when they need help from someone who cares. For those who experience this change due to old age, disease, or injury, now is the best time to be seriously asking, “What is a skilled nursing facility?” There is no debate that I

What Do Active Seniors Look For In Senior Living Communities

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Not all senior citizens look for senior living communities because they need help or have serious medical issues. In fact, many of today’s active seniors enjoy living in communities that provide an active adult lifestyle. These older people kept themselves healthy and fit because of a combination of good