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Is It Normal Memory Loss or Dementia?

Recently, The National Institute on Aging estimated that as many as 5.1 million Americans might currently have Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia today. They also projected that there could be as many as 16 million cases by 2050.

Balancing Act: The Importance of Maintaining Your Equilibrium as You Age

To quote Denver Post columnist William Porter, “Life is all about attaining balance, we are told. That becomes literally true as we age.”

Preparing for Your Joint Surgery and Making a Successful Recovery

Marilyn Kerr, R.N., Director of Nursing, Saunders House, says, “Today, joint surgery is a very common and increasingly popular procedure, especially among mature adults who seek to maintain active lives despite the unavoidable effects of time and wear and tear on the body. Fortunately, with appropriate pre-surgery planning and skilled post-procedure rehabilitation, people achieve major improvements in their comfort, function and lifestyle.”

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