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Staying Healthy

Telehealth or In-Person Care?

Health care providers are using telehealth (or, as it is sometimes referred to, “telemedicine”) as an alternative to in-person visits to treat a variety of medical conditions and concerns. But for some appointments, an in-person office visit is still the right choice. How do you decide between t...

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Beef and Rice Casserole

This delicious beef and rice dish, made with cabbage and black-eyed peas, works as an easy dinner year-round Ingredients Servings  8  

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Stay Active: Exercise for Older Adults

Why exercise for older adults is so important Exercise benefits every area of your life and can help you: Maintain and improve physical strength Stay independent as you age Manage and prevent some diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis, breast and colon cancer Reduce feelings ...

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prevent heart disease

5 Ways To Prevent Heart Disease

What is Heart Disease? Heart disease is a term (often used interchangeably with cardiovascular disease) used to describe a variety of heart conditions. Some of the most common include heart attack, stroke, abnormal heart beats (heart arrhythmias), and heart defects (congenital heart defects). Heart...

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breast cancer awareness

Why breast cancer awareness is important for women—and men

Breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death among women. Each year it is estimated that over 246,660 women in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer and although it is rare in men, an estimated 2,600 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer each year. The good news is that the chance for successful treatment is greater when cancer is found early. Just a few preventive steps can make a big difference.

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easy ways to prevent falls

Four Easy Ways to Prevent Falls

Many people think falling is just a concern for the frail. But all adults need to take precautions to prevent falls. As you age balance decreases, making falls a major health risk—no matter how young or fit you feel.  According to the Centers for Disease Control, falling is the leading cause of both fatal and nonfatal injuries among older adults.

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