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5 Ways to Stay Mobile as You Age

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Seniors who have serious mobility challenges can sometimes lose their independence, as they may need family members or caregivers to help them get around. Being mobile and active can help seniors stay healthy and provide the freedom they need to maintain their independence and enjoy their golden years. Below are five things you can do to maintain your mobility. 1. Get Plenty of Exercise Getting regular exercise can help you maintain your weight, improve cardiovascular health, improve flexibility and balance, and improve muscle tone, which can make it possible to stay mobile. According to CDC guidelines, older adults should get...

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Health Alert: Study Finds Baby Boomer Health Worse

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National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys indicate that baby boomers health is lower than previous generations. Findings show that Baby Boomers reported 13.2 percent "excellent" health compared to 32 percent from previous generations. Read More: Overall Health Status of Baby Boomers Appears Lower Than Previous Generations - NurseZone

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