Category Archives: Health & Wellness

How to Embrace Aging: 5 Tips for Living Your Best Life Every Day

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We’re all getting older every day, but that doesn’t mean we can’t still wake up every morning feeling our best and go to sleep every night happy with the choices we made. Feeling your best isn’t just about being physically healthy. True wellbeing is a combination of our physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health. When you’re living your best life, you’re caring for each of these aspects of your being in equal measure.

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Springtime Activities for Seniors to Enjoy Outside

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After a long winter of being cooped up indoors, the start of spring is like a breath of fresh air. Spending time outside is good for the body and soul alike. That first afternoon spent in the warm spring sunshine can lift your spirits like almost nothing else can. We’ll take any and every excuse to get outside and enjoy the beautiful spring weather, but here are a few of our favorite springtime activities for seniors.

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National Nutrition Month: How to Recognize and Prevent Senior Malnutrition

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Nutrition has far-reaching effects on our wellbeing, influencing everything from physical health to mood to energy levels and even cognitive function. As we age, nutrition has an even greater impact on our quality of life. Unfortunately, due to the myriad physiologic and lifestyle changes that accompany aging, many seniors don’t maintain a sufficiently healthy diet or consume the quality of nutrition they need to feel their best.

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Glaucoma Awareness Month: Prevent Vision Loss With Regular Eye Exams

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January is National Glaucoma Awareness Month. While glaucoma is the leading cause of preventable blindness, many people don’t realize they have the disease until it is too late because glaucoma doesn’t show symptoms. Spreading awareness about the importance of regular vision will help more people receive treatment while the disease is still in its early stages.

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6 Falls Prevention Tips

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Today is the 9th annual Falls Prevention Awareness Day. Did you know that falls are the leading cause of fatal and non-fatal injuries for seniors? Falls aren’t just a concern during the slippery winter months. According to the National Council on Aging (NCOA), 1 in 3 Americans over age 65 falls every year and a senior visits the ER for a fall-related injury every 13 seconds. Preventing falls is a critical element of healthy aging. Falls are not an inevitable fact of life for older adults—in fact, most falls are preventable! Through lifestyle adjustments, environmental precautions, and community support the incidence of falls can be reduced significantly.

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