Category Archives for Seniors

Fitness Over Fifty: More Important Than Ever

Fitness is important at any age, but even more so when we reach the half a century milestone. As your body changes, you need to adapt your lifestyle to accommodate the differences. Incorporating more exercise, stress-reduction and greater nutrition will go a long way in keeping you feeling young and energetic. Use the following article […]

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Slowing the Progression of Osteoporosis

[ad] Our skeletal system consists of bones of a variety of different shapes and sizes. It serves many different functions including providing a framework for the body in which to support the tissues and protect the vital organs. It acts as levers, working with the muscles to produce body movement. It also works to produce red […]

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Boost Bone Health With Boron And Other Minerals

[ad] About 44 million American men and women suffer from osteoporosis (severe bone loss) or osteopenia (mild bone loss), with women being affected twice as much as men. Each year, at least 1.5 million hip, vertebra, or wrist fractures occur in the United States because of osteoporosis. Although bone mass normally declines after age thirty-five, […]

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Is Your Financial Planner Going To Pay Your Long Term Care Bills?

[ad] I always like to ask my clients, “Will your financial planner be willing to pay your long term care bills, or will they have access to good quality Home Health Care Providers?” Many lawyers and advisers are now reluctant to recommend against Long Term Care Insurance for fear of law suits later on from […]

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Keeping Active As You Age

[ad] Probably the hardest part about staying healthy as you age is keeping active. We all have those days that we feel like doing nothing. We’d like to sit in front of the television and just watch, or sit on the computer all day. We might want to do nothing but stare out the window […]

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Osteoporosis-3D Medical Animation

[ad] This is an 3D medical animation video to show what is osteoporosis and how it cause weakness to bone and the effect of osteoblast and osteoclast cells in it.also it shows the later stage and diagnosis of osteoporosis Duration : 0:1:27

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