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Nov 11
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Tips for Senior Heart Health

Your overall senior heart health can be greatly improved with regular exercise to help control your blood pressure, strengthen your heart and bones, boost energy and even help reduce depression. You are never too old to exercise.

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Nov 04
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Navigating The Journey That Is Alzheimer's

Alzheimer's disease affects 5.2 million people in our country and, by 2050, the number could increase to 15 million. They call it "the long good-bye". Every 69 seconds someone receives a diagnosis of Alzheimer's or another type of dementia. One out of every 2 families in the U.S. has a member with the disease and the chance of developing it doubles every 5 years after the age of 65. Early onset Alzheimer's (affecting people in their 40s, 50s and early 60s) is also becoming more common. Over the average 8 to 10 year course of the disease the cost to the family can be devastating - physically, emotionally and financially. Before bringing a premature end to the lives of its victims it almost invariably robs them of memories, ability to function, relationships and dignity.

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