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Lisa Gurgone 3h
“Thank you for your drive and commitment for healthy aging” presenting award to former Secretary Alice Bonner
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HealthyWomen.org Apr 16
These five habits could add up to 10 years or more to a person’s life.
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RejuvenateMuscle 4h
How to maintain a healthy lifestyle through the decades on CTV News Edmonton. Learn how & essential amino acids canhelp you stay stronger longer.
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Get Old Apr 24
Vaccinations are not just for kids. Even adults need them to help protect against certain diseases. This , learn why they are important for & talk to your doctor about what's recommended for you:
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Francesca Kotomski 4h
You've done so much! Keep moving, enjoying life, healthier choices. One good step at a time.
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Right At Home Barrie 23h
Research shows that diseases presenting in old age often take root much earlier. What steps can we take to put a stop to the diseases associated with later life?
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Good Food ~ Good Health Apr 24
🚶‍♀️🚶‍♀️🚶‍♀️🚶‍♀️🚶‍♀️🚶‍♀️🚶‍♀️🚶‍♀️🚶‍♀️🚶‍♀️🚶‍♀️🚶‍♀️🚶‍♀️ Springtime walking - I have decided to commit to a every day until the end of May - I will for at least one hour for 38 days & aim for 10,000 steps a day (minimum)
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Scott Hippeard, MD Apr 24
Collagen is the most common protein that occurs in the human body. It's in your bones, muscles, and tendons, but also helps your skin remain youthful, elastic, and wrinkle-free.
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Connie Assiff Apr 15
40% of illnesses in older adults begin in the mouth. Oral Care is vital to Ongoing Chronic Disease and Public Health collaborations were discussed as an intervention along w/ getting Dental added as a benefit to Medicare for all aging Americans!
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Neurohacker 7m
To achieve higher levels of performance we must optimize our mitochondria, the powerhouse of our cells, to produce energy. Here's how to do it.
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Alanna Z Solberg 7h
My fantastic team of "mentees" for Telenor Youth Forum are now on Instagram. Follow their journey and their concept to tackle the challenge of inequalities in health!
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Visiting Angels Apr 11
Ongoing research suggests that participating in the arts may improve the health, well-being, and independence of older adults.
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TFAH Apr 9
In partnership with the Florida Department of Health, TFAH is working to implement a public health framework to improve the health and well-being of an aging population.
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Jeremy Walston MD Apr 8
Art as Medication; it helps to open minds and access emotions and hidden reserves in everyone, including older adults
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Good Food ~ Good Health 8h
Springtime - more than 5km before 9am - going to into town later too Out early enough to see the course being watered
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Connie Assiff 2h
Team is at Active for Life Conference. 'Aging is something to be celebrated, and it's never too late to improve your health', Keynote by Percy Devine III on staying active and engaged: everyone, every age, everyday.
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Dr.Pranayurdiet Malandkar Apr 24
Many people are desperate to fight the signs of aging and some go to Extreme lengths to turn back the clock. 🌾 Here are some tips on how you can manage with style. 💚 🍃 #9067290682
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UTHealth Apr 24
A successful flu vaccination education project led by and Maureen Beck, DNP, RN, at a local senior living community is featured in this story:
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Bernadette Keefe MD 6h
Replying to @HealthTepi
More–––Lifelong ––– mrt -smoking: 15.5% -heavy alcohol consump: 5% 👀physical inactivity: aerobic+muscle: 80.7% ⚠️ Aerobic PA & muscle-strengthening activity -U.S. -where to target efforts
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Tom Leonard 15h
Physical Activity, mTOR Signaling, and Alzheimer's Disease
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