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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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Dizziness Can Be a Drag

Originally published on NIH: Imagine reaching for something on a grocery shelf and suddenly feeling unsteady. Or looking over your...
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The Heart-Smart Menu Quiz

Originally published on AARP: What’s worse for your ticker: a hot dog or a hamburger? What’s healthier: a spinach salad...
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Heat-related health dangers for older adults soar during the summer

Originally published on NIH: As we age, our ability to adequately respond to summer heat can become a serious problem....
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Living Longer. Living Healthier? Tips for Better Aging Infographic

Originally published on National Institute on Aging: Americans are living longer than their grandparents, but not necessarily in better health....
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Dementia: eat better, exercise, and reduce smoking and drinking to cut risk

Originally published on The Guardian: Taking better care of ourselves could be the best long-term strategy to tackling the growing...
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Congratulations to Andy Wade

Congratulations to Andy Wade who was inducted as Chair today for the Ohio Associated Living Association Board.
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Aging In Place Inventory

Originally published on David Solie: This five-factor inventory is designed to help families and advisors better understand the sustainability issues...
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How do you start the conversation about finances with aging parents?

Originally published on David Solie: Care giving conversations can quickly turn threatening to older adults who are hypersensitive to losing...
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