Healthy Aging

By Laura Childers


Hearing Health

Most Americans suffering from hearing loss never seek treatment. Could you be one of them?
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Women’s Health

The older a woman is, the more likely she is to get breast cancer. But you can protect yourself with routine screenings.
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Mental Health

One of the most common mental health problems in older adults, depression is a real and treatable medical condition.
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Oral Health

For older adults suffering from tooth loss and decay, dental implants
can restore a healthy, beautiful smile.
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Immune System Health

Allergy shots aren’t just for kids. They are effective for people of all ages – including those over 65.
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Vascular Health

One in every 20 Americans over the age of 50 has peripheral artery disease (PAD), a condition that raises your risk for heart attack, stroke, and even amputation. Learn more here.
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Brain Health

For those suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, scheduled, routine activities can bring comfort and reduce distress.
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Oral Health

While dry mouth can affect anyone, it’s common among older adults on medications.
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Rehabilitative Health

For older adults suffering from chronic pain, working with a physical therapist can bring long-term relief.
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Men’s Health

Though erectile dysfunction (ED) is increasingly common as men reach midlife and beyond, it should never be considered a “normal” part of aging.
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