Resolutions You Can Live With- Empowering Health and Wellness It is a New Year, and with it countless opportunities to renew, rethink and re-energize our commitments to take care of ourselves —and engage in wellness aging. After all, if you don’t do it, who will? In fact, The International Council on Active Aging (ICAA) provides
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The American Occupational Therapy Association has designated the week of December 4-8 as Older Driver Safety Awareness Week.  Why have a week dedicated to specifically to older drivers? Because adults over the age of 65 represent 40.1 million licensed drivers (National Highway Safety Administration).  According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, more than
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World Stroke Day is October 29. This very important day gives us an opportunity to remind —and re-educate– ourselves, our family and our friends about factors that increase the risk of suffering a stroke. This day also provides an opportunity to learn the warning signs, treatments after stroke care and best practices for prevention. What
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Thank you to our guest blogger, Health Coach Kailee, for sharing some Nutrition Tips for National Nutrition Month. Did you know that 68% of all diseases in the United States are diet related? This famous phrase “You are what you eat” has caught the attention of many people and made us start taking a look
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Heart Health February is recognized nationwide as Heart Health month. An important reminder to continue, refresh or start healthy habits for a life time, habits that will contribute to our wellbeing and healthy aging. Good heart health starts with eating less saturated fat, less processed foods and less salty snacks. February is a great month to replace
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