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While aging is inevitable, there is no reason why advancing years must be associated with pain, disability or mental decline. Discover the simple steps that lead to healthy, happy aging here.



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Aging Gracefully


While aging is inevitable, there is no reason why advancing years must be associated with pain, disability or mental decline. Discover the simple steps that lead to healthy, happy aging here.



Featured Article For: Aging Gracefully
How To Live To Be 100
Americans who reach 100 years of age share certain habits that we would probably all do well to emulate - including some that may surprise you.
 
RELATED ARTICLES
2 Ways to Protect the Brain
An estimated one in eight Americans over age 65 has Alzheimer's disease. Studies reveal two key strategies that may help keep the condition in check.
3 Foods That Promote Healthy Vision
Maintaining healthy vision takes more than getting regular checkups - what you eat can have a positive impact on your eyesight.
3 Ways to Prepare for Lifelong Health
Immunizations aren't just for kids. Learn about the shots older adults need, and other steps that can lower the risk of age-related medical conditions.
4 Changes For Life Satisfaction
By following the basic principles of a healthy lifestyle, you can substantially decrease your risk of disease and illness, and can greatly improve your quality of life.
8 Energy-Boosting Eating Tips
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8 Ways to Fight Memory Loss
Taking extracts of the ginkgo biloba leaf has been show to increase circulation to the brain. Learn seven other steps to slow memory loss.
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You cannot stop the changes of time, but you can modify lifestyle and activity as you age, and it is good to know that help is available to maintain the efficiency of your healing system. Health, financial and lifestyle choices can enhance the quality of your later years and create a life in balance.
Alzheimer's Disease Prevention
To help prevent the form of dementia known as Alzheimer's Disease, do the following four things.
Dementia
Dementia is a progressive decline in mental ability, affecting memory, thinking, judgment, attention span and learning. Although dementia usually develops after the age of 60, it is not a natural part of aging.
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Graceful aging and well being have the potential to bring greater worth to human life, much as wine, whiskey, and cheese can become more valuable with the passage of time.
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Americans who reach 100 years of age share certain habits that we would probably all do well to emulate - including some that may surprise you.
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Acupuncture For Hot Flashes?

Does acupuncture really relieve hot flashes? I'm at the end of my rope and would try anything that can put a stop to them or at least tone them down.  

Alzheimer's Alert?

I heard that Alzheimer's disease can now be diagnosed before symptoms develop. Can you tell me what the tests are and where to get them?

An Anti-Alzheimer's Plan?

I understand that a drug is under study for prevention of Alzheimer's in people who have a strong family history of the disease. What can you tell me about the drug and the study? Who is eligible?