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Making Household Adjustments for the Aging Spine (Guest Post) Catherine Reeson

May 12th, 2015 | 0

Aging Spine It’s no secret that as we age, our spine along with other body parts let us know that things have changed. Changes to our spine as we get older can result in discomfort, pain or additional complications. In order to accommodate these changes, you may want to make some adjustments to your household to provide comfort and relief from pain from an aging spine. Even if your aging spine is causing you discomfort or limited mobility, it’s important to participate in some type of exercise to prevent further damage or discomfort. You will want to check with your doctor to ensure that the activities you plan on participating in are safe for your condition.

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Keeping Seniors Active (INFOGRAPHIC) Lara Baez

June 18th, 2014 | 4

Keeping Seniors ActiveKeeping seniors active is often difficult. However, we can’t deny the fact that exercise is the key to healthy aging. Aside from preventing the side effects of being overweight, exercise can improve balance (preventing falls), and increase flexibility (keeping the body limber). Encourage any seniors you might know (no matter their age!) to stay active. Only 22% of seniors report regular physical activity and the average senior spends 17 minutes per day engaging in physical activity.

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How Senior Citizens Can Stay Healthy During the Summer (Guest Post) Marcela De Vivo

July 31st, 2013 | 0

Dance exercise group of senior women at beachAs we grow older, our bodies become more sensitive to environmental changes because our defenses are not as strong as they used to be when we were young. During the summertime especially, it is even easier for the heat and long days to take a toll on our physical and emotional health.

To stay healthy and safe in the midst of summer time fun, keep these tips in mind:

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