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Good eating habits typically decline with age, which can put seniors' health at risk.

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Good eating habits typically decline with age, which can put seniors' health at risk. 
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Depression is a common condition for the elderly, and the decreased light and increased cold of winter can exacerbate the ailment.

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Depression is a common condition for the elderly, and the decreased light and increased cold of winter can exacerbate the ailment.
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Doctors are warning of the potential for a widespread Zika outbreak in the United States, which could put elderly residents at risk.

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Doctors are warning of the potential for a widespread Zika outbreak in the United States, which could put elderly residents at risk. 
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The Best Foods for Arthritis

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While no diet is a cure for the disease, certain foods have been known to fight arthritis, boost immunity and strengthen bones. 
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Scientists have developed a Lifespan Machine to take a closer look at what causes aging.

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Scientists have developed a Lifespan Machine to take a closer look at what causes aging. 
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Robotic glove may give stroke survivors a new lease on life

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A team of researchers from the National University of Singapore have developed a unique robotic glove that may help significantly control the physical symptoms of nerve-related ailments.
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Seniors are more susceptible to the negative effects of winter weather.

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Seniors are more susceptible to the negative effects of winter weather. 
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Providing elderly loved ones with the resources to manage their early-stage dementia can help them have a better quality of life.

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Providing elderly loved ones with the resources to manage their early-stage dementia can help them have a better quality of life. 
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For the elderly fitness tracking technology can provide an important level of monitoring and care to improve their overall health.

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For the elderly fitness tracking technology can provide an important level of monitoring and care to improve their overall health.
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People living with Alzheimer’s Disease are more susceptible to disruptive sleep patterns, which means that they are missing out on much needed repairs for their brains.

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People living with Alzheimer's Disease are more susceptible to disruptive sleep patterns, which means that they are missing out on much needed repairs for their brains.
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Early detection is key to treating osteoarthritis, but a new study says that x-rays may not be showing it.

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Early detection is key to treating osteoarthritis, but a new study says that x-rays may not be showing it. 
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Researchers may have found a way to bring the success of COPD rehabilitation programs directly to patients' homes.
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Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh School of Health Sciences have discovered that the aging process may alter a person's circadian rhythms in ways that could contribute to development of chronic health problems. The study was published online in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
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A study from the American Psychological Society published in December 2015 has revealed the secret to success for elderly athletes.
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When choosing a type of hospice for a loved one, it is important to consider all of the factors that will go into his care. 
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A new study says that the standard flu vaccine may not be as effective for the elderly.
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Hospice provides significant benefits to an ailing loved one, but there are many programs in place to help the surviving family as well. 
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The holiday season is often one of joy and family togetherness, but for family members who have a loved one living with dementia, this time of year can be challenging.
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A new study from the University of Helsinki in Finland has found evidence indicating that older seniors may have a better chance of recovering from traumatic brain injury than initially thought.
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Researchers have found that a new blood test can better screen patients for rheumatoid arthritis, years before it even begins to affect them.
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