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Christine Rosenbloom Sep 18
Meat eater or , don't overlook . It is a with all the essential amino acids needed for .
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CTAD Sep 14
Felipe Sierra from the Inspire Project at the Gerontopole Toulouse University (France) will give a keynote on "Translational research from Geroscience to Alzheimer's therapy"
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Lisa Madden Sep 19
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TrudyAger 11h
Up early with Mother Nature Sunday morning 20 minute HIIT session complete followed by static stretches. *4 rounds *30 secs per exercise *Resting 15 secs after each round.
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Dr. Roger & Friends (The Bright Side of Longevity) Sep 17
These are good foods to eat at any age, but particularly as we get older.
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ICAA 14h
Tuesday, October 06, 2020: Zumba Gold for at Meadowbrook Park, Garden Pavilion. 2808 S Race St, Urbana, IL 61802. 04:30 PM - 05:30 PM
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Boundless Care, Inc. Sep 17
Tips on Healthy Aging Here’s how you can still be active and healthy in your golden years: 1. Make sure to treat your skin with care 2. Exercise regularly 3. Be mindful of your diet 4. Stay stress-free and take care of your mental health
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Elder Services of Merrimack Valley & North Shore Sep 17
Falls prevention awareness is an integral part of preventing falls! Falls are not a normal part of aging. During Sept. 21-25, the National Council on Aging is debunking common myths!
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EngAGE 19h
A nonprofit social enterprise founded by two Harvard students, seeks to eradicate the loneliness epidemic by using technology to foster intergenerational relationships.
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GEFCC 19h
Tip: Avoid smoking tobacco. Doing this will reduce your risk of cancer, lung disease, heart attack, or stroke. If you need help, contact the Illinois Tobacco Quitline: 1-866-QUIT-YES
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MHCC Maryland Sep 18
Healthy Aging Tip 5: Are you a senior in need of transportation assistance? The Maryland Quality Reports site has a webpage dedicated to helping you know your options. Visit to find out more.
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NCAFP 22h
September is Healthy Aging Month--a great reminder that it's never too late to re-invent ourselves. Learn about with these 6 tips:
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BoomersLeadingChange 1h
The first step toward good health in your senior years is to eat right including blueberries, yogurt, nuts, broccoli
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Friedberg Eye Associates, P.A. Sep 16
Among seniors, vision problems are one of the most significant contributors to loss of independence. Maintain your freedom with these sight-saving habits:
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TAMU Healthy Aging Sep 17
Falls are not a normal part of aging, but they are the leading cause of fatal and non-fatal injuries for older Americans with 1 in 4 older adults falling each year. Read more about and in
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SPRC Sep 17
There is a lack of policy framework on healthy ageing aligned with WHO Guidelines, there is need for stakeholder coordination for development strategies and plan on continuation of essential healthcare services for older adults during COVID-19. (1/2)
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Nick Davis, MD Sep 17
It’s Healthy Aging Month! Created by editor-and-chief of “Healthy Aging” magazine Carolyn Worthington, this month is all about reinventing ourselves as we step into our prime. So tell us-- what is something you’ve always wanted to do? The time is now.
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RejuvenateMuscle Sep 17
Order on line. In convenient 30 packets boxes. Take 1 a day to as you get older or post workout or to recover from surgery. Learn more ->
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AgeUK H&F Sep 17
Head, shoulders, knees and toes; knees and toes! Lets get back to basics with Emily Robinson for our Knees, Joints, Ligaments class. Develop strength, balance and poise with gentle movement. Available online and in-person.
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Holistic Health 18h
What is and the Truth about Treatment
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