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Taking Charge of Oral Health: 3 Ways to Prevent Dental Disease as We Age

Contrary to popular belief, dental disease is not as inevitable as grey hair and wrinkles. Learn 3 ways to maintain good oral health as you age.

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Top 10 Chronic Conditions in Adults 65+ and What You Can do to Prevent or Manage Them

80% of adults 65+ have one or more chronic diseases. Learn what the top ten conditions are now & how you or a loved one can prevent or manage them.

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Eating Well After 50: 5 Ways to Make Healthy Food Choices This Year

For adults 50+, it’s more important than ever to eat well. Here are 5 tips to help you make healthy food choices this year.

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Mental Health This Holiday and Beyond: 4 Steps to Combat Loneliness in Seniors

Loneliness can cause depression and other mental health declines. Ensure your older loved ones feel belonging this holiday.

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18 Steps to Fall Proofing Your Home

More than 75% of older adult falls happen in or near the home, but your home doesn’t have to be a falls hazard. Learn quick and easy changes you can make to your home today using this 18 step checklist.

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Healthy Aging In Winter and Beyond: 4 Important Vaccines for Seniors Covered by Medicare

Fall’s cooler temps means a respite from summer heat, but it also means a greater chance of getting sick. Learn what 4 vaccines you should talk to your doctor about today, and how Medicare will cover the costs.

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Importance of Annual Flu Vaccination for Adults 65 and Older

Did you know the flu can be very severe for older adults? Learn why it’s vital for adults 65+ to get vaccinated, and how actress, Judith Light, is working with NCOA to spread awareness and education about the flu vaccine.

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