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Research that examines the benefits of fitness found that even older individuals can reap the rewards of working out, regardless of what their actions were like in the past.
According to a recent study from Kaiser Permanente, patients who used a mail-order pharmacy to refill and receive their medications were less likely to visit the emergency room than those who traveled to a pharmacy in person.
Watching a loved one deal with any type of medical issue can be difficult, but by brushing up on some of the basics of care options, individuals can more confidently make decisions regarding treatment.
There are certain foods that can go a long way toward preventing certain diseases and illnesses that affect aging adults, and working these ingredients into a diet could improve an individual's quality of life and reduce the risk of certain health problems.
Not only is exercise essential for the treatment of type 2 diabetes, but it is also important for fighting off some of the effects of the disease, many of which are other medical ailments.
The Arthritis Foundation states that overall, about 1.5 million people living in the U.S. have the autoimmune disease rheumatoid arthritis.
Although being diagnosed with dementia or Alzheimer's disease is widely considered to be unavoidable, a recent research found that speaking multiple languages may delay the onset of these diseases.
Caring for a parent can be difficult when mom or dad live in a different city, state or even country. However, there are some steps that long-distance relatives can take to better ensure the health and care of a loved one.
It appears that there is something else to look out for: an early sign of Parkinson's disease. A recent study published in the journal Neurology found that experiencing depression may increase the risk of being diagnosed with this neurological disease.
A recent study suggests that during sleep, the brain rids itself of toxins built up over the course of the day, among them a protein associated with Alzheimer's disease.
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