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Bone Health Basics

Bone diseases are especially common among older Americans for the simple reason that almost everyone loses bone during the aging process. Bone loss in women starts at age 45 and for men, around age 70. Resembling a building’s sturdy support beams, our bodies’ bones... read more

The Burden of High Blood Pressure

High blood pressure is often called ‘the silent killer’ because it can go unnoticed, without symptoms, until a frightening and often deadly first symptom happens. The symptoms can range from extreme headaches and shortness of breath, to stroke, heart attack or kidney... read more

Act on Allergies: 5 Ways to Find Relief

Spring is a favorite season for many of us. Even where snow lingers longer, there are signs of new life such as budding and blooming. Seasonal changes can bring allergies, too. Hopefully your allergies only act up in one season, but some people are triggered multiple... read more

Is My Memory Loss Alzheimer’s Disease?

Alzheimer’s disease may be among the most frightening medical conditions to imagine. None of us wants to think of a life in which our bodies are physically, but not mentally, capable. However, it is important to understand what Alzheimer’s disease really is and how it... read more

Five ways to boost your mental health

Our mental health should always be a top priority, especially as we resume a new normal. Here are five ways to boost your mental health. 1. Get moving Exercise is huge when it comes to your mental health. Movement releases endorphins that help improve your mood, ease... read more

Healthy Aging

We can all benefit from healthy aging advice. From improving our diet and levels of physical activity to getting health screenings and regular checkups, making healthy choices pays dividends in how we feel. In our later decades, focusing across areas of social, mental... read more