23Feb, 2018

Tips On How to Lower Your Risk of Heart Disease

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Heart disease, heart attacks and strokes are a leading cause of death in many Americans today. The good part about this is that any cardiovascular disease is  always preventable. A lot of the changes you need to make include in your regular diet and lifestyle. According to The New York Times,  Anahad O’Connor writes, “a committee of experts with the American Heart Association came up with a strategic plan to reduce cardiovascular disease in the United States.” Here are just a couple great and easy tips to get your started! […]
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15Feb, 2018

Learn How to Stay Active While Fighting Arthritis

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Arthritis effects every 1 and 5 adults in United States, and more women than men. Having joint pain day in and day out can affect your daily life and decrease the amount of physical activity that you are doing.  When dealing with Arthritis pain most suffers tend to avoid as much activity as they might feel moving those joints can cause more pain and make it worse. The opposite is actually true. Our joints need to move and when they move they are lubricated, which in time helps them benefit […]
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1Feb, 2018

Explore Innovative Medical Alert Systems

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In this day and age, we are always changing and creating new and improved ways of living out our daily lives. Such as tracking your health, keeping you safe at home and being connected to your loved ones every day. With there being so many different resources to feel connected and safe, as we age those resources can become lost in translations to seniors.Maybe not even feeling comfortable with using so many different devices to help you out, can be overwhelming.  A medical alert system is a valuable investment for any […]
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