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Falls Prevention: Keeping older adults safe and active

Originally published on National Council on Aging: Did you know that 1 in 4 Americans aged 65+ falls every year?...
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Growing movement uses power of music in Alzheimer’s treatment

Originally published on NBC News: Dozens of choirs have been founded nationwide for people with Alzheimer’s and their caregivers. The...
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Anger May Be Harming Your Health

Originally published on AARP: Everyone wrestles with anger now and then, and that’s not all bad. After all, the emotion...
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Work Your Way to Making Friends From Other Generations

Originally published on AARP: Work isn’t just a way to make money. It’s also a great place to make friends, especially...
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Want to keep your brain sharp in old age? Go back to school

Originally published on NBC News: New research shows the brain has the ability to function well — and even excel...
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Middle Age + Caregiving: Three Mind Maps

Originally published on David Solie: Middle age is daunting for everyone, especially caregivers.  There are so many moving and complicated...
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Independence Doesn’t Mean Going It Alone

Originally published on National Council on Aging: Doing things for ourselves makes us proud. For our whole lives, we’re told...
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Your Brain’s Best Day

Originally published on AARP: How to make your next 24 hours happy, healthy, and smart. Continue Reading > OUR COMMUNITIES...
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Protein shakes don’t count: Why older adults should eat real food

Originally published on NBC News: Older adults need to eat more protein-rich foods when they’re trying to lose weight, dealing...
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When I was diagnosed with dementia I thought it was the end of the world. It’s not

Originally published on The Guardian: It’s been almost a decade now since I was visiting my patients and was startled...
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