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6 ways to stay physically active in winter

Exercising during the winter months can be challenging as temperatures drop, roads and sidewalks are slippery, and storms prevent outdoor activities. Here are 6 resources to help you find ways to keep active this season.

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Interview: NCOA SCSEP Director Shares how his Military Service Impacts His Outlook on Aging

To honor and mark Veterans Day, NCOA Program Manager Randy Feliciano talked with NCOA National SCSEP Director Jim Seith about his Air Force service and how that training has impacted his outlook on aging.

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10 Questions to Better Understand Your Medication and Risk of Falling

Use this list of ten questions to ask your doctor or pharmacist to take an active role in managing your medication and falls risk.

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How Walking Can Ease Arthritis Symptoms

Osteoarthritis is common, expensive, and a leading cause of disability … but it also can be prevented and managed. Find out about one proven program.

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Never Alone: An Interview with Long-Term HIV Survivors

While HIV can now be a long-term, manageable chronic disease for many, it can present a unique set of challenges for those living and aging with the virus. Many people living with HIV describe feelings of loneliness and isolation. NCOA participates in the HIV: The Long View Coalition to share stories from long-term HIV survivors.

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See Me

As we recognize PRIDE Month, we must remember that LGBTQ/SGL people are not monolithic, that one person, one situation, does not define the entire group.

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It’s Time to Support Young Caregivers

While Alzheimer’s disease is most common among folks 65 and older, its effects are being felt more and more by young people. In fact, one in six millennial caregivers—at an average age of 27—is caring for someone living with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia, according to a recent report.

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