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Nutritional Intervention Key to Treating Chronic Conditions, Experts Say
   Nutrition related issues are among the leading risk factors for readmissions. Three out of five factors (diabetes, cardiovascular disease and renal disease -- all of which are prevalent among older Americans) are nutrition related.
11/5/13 1:15 PM  read complete story

Valentine's Day Nears: Tips for Fanning the Flame after 50
   Age is no reason to limit or end a healthy sex life.,
2/5/13 12:42 PM  read complete story

Holiday Visits Can Reveal Changes in Aging Parents
   Extended time together during the holidays gives you a better picture of changes that could affect you parents' health and safety.
1/7/13 11:06 AM  read complete story

Orthopedic Surgeon Shares Tips to Prevent Life-Changing Injury
   About half of patients who suffer a hip fracture have problems walking afterward, and about a fourth are unable to live independently afterwards. It's one of the No. 1 reasons older adults move into nursing homes.
1/2/13 7:48 PM  read complete story

More Community Efforts to Reduce Heart Attack Deaths
   The HeartRescue Project assembles the country's leading emergency and resuscitation experts and is designed to improve survival rates from sudden cardiac arrest across geographic regions served by the project partners.
9/27/12 1:51 PM  read complete story

Task Force Urges Implementation of 'Fracture Liaison Services'
   The task force is urging health care providers to routinely provide osteoporosis testing and initiate treatment with medication as needed for all men and women over the age of 50 who have suffered a fracture.
7/26/12 11:47 AM  read complete story

Hip Replacement Info Added to NIHSeniorHealth.gov
   This type of surgery occurs most often among people between 60 and 80 years of age.
7/10/12 12:18 PM  read complete story

Tips for Older Americans Caught in Summer Heat Waves
   Heat waves and high temperatures can be dangerous, especially for older adults. Every summer, nearly 200 Americans die of health problems caused by high heat and humidity -- and most of them are 50 or older.
6/21/12 12 PM  read complete story

Growing Industry Helps Diabetics Maintain Active Lifestyles
   A whole industry has grown up around freeing diabetics to lead less restricted lives. New on the market -- or on the verge of being introduced -- are three "firsts": tubeless insulin pumps, a needleless blood-glucose monitoring system, and diabetic-friendly frozen foods.
5/2/12 3:11 PM  read complete story

Study Suggests Need For More Education About Stroke Symptoms
   While the availability of effective stroke treatments has improved over the years, the number of stroke patients transported by ambulance has remained steady, suggesting a need for more education about stroke symptoms and the importance of early intervention.
3/19/12 4:45 PM  read complete story

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