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Healthy habits lead to a healthy life. Research shows they can delay disability by as much as 10 years. With help from national sponsors, we bring free health education programs to older adults in their community—empowering them to live better.

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Help is a two-way street

Kay Roberson is a lifelong volunteer. When she heard that Surrey Services for Seniors was looking for someone to provide manicures to members, she offered to help. Turns out, she got some help for herself as well.

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Innovative Program Offers People with Diabetes the Power to Improve their Own Health

Under a unique collaboration, NCOA with support from the Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation and WellPoint are—for the first time—bringing a proven and affordable face-to-face and online support program to help people manage their Type 2 diabetes.

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Diabetes Prevention at Your Local YMCA

NCOA is partnering with the YMCA to promote a program that helps those at high risk of developing type 2 diabetes to adopt and maintain healthy lifestyles.

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