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Great tips to lower your salt intake

Infographic: Great Tips to Lower Your Salt Intake

Most of us consume too much salt because we have a taste for it! But experts say we can retrain our taste buds to crave substantially less dietary sodium. Check out these ways to do just that.

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Polypharmacy in the Elderly

Medications can protect health and lengthen life, but they also can create health hazards. Learn more about polypharmacy and its impact on older adults.

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Get Up and Get Out … Into Nature

Many older adults have been holing up indoors for almost a year now to avoid exposure to COVID-19. This has led to an epidemic of loneliness—and to what experts call “nature deprivation.” Fortunately, we needn’t take a trip to the wilderness to reap the benefits of spending time in greenery.

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How Valentines Affect Each Other’s Health

Intriguing studies show that while feeling happy and optimistic are good for our health, our spouse’s attitude can be more important than our own!

Finding Reliable Healthcare Information Online

Infographic: Finding Reliable Healthcare Information Online

When it comes to health and wellness, it seems as if everyone has an opinion. But it can be dangerous to listen to the wrong one! How can we tell reliable sources from misinformation? Here is a “cheat sheet” to help.

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Top Questions About Geriatric Mental Health Answered

As families help older loved ones manage physical health conditions, they shouldn’t overlook mental health changes. Here are common questions families ask about mental health.

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Should My Loved One Live With Me?

Have you wondered if your aging loved one should live with you? You are not alone! Here are seven questions to ask before making a move.

Avoiding Age-Related Weight Gain

Infographic: Avoiding Age-Related Weight Gain

Maintaining a healthy weight can help you remain active and independent in your later years. Check out this infographic for some tips to avoid “senior weight creep.”