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Tips on Memory Retention

As we grow older, many of us find ourselves having those “senior moments” when we forget something. However, you can proactively prevent cognitive decline by following these good health habits:

Act F.A.S.T - Stroke Symptoms and Prevention

Quick thinking may help you lessen brain damage that may result from a stroke. Check out these F.A.S.T tips:

Osteoporosis Prevention

According to the National Osteoporosis Foundation, approximately 10 million Americans have osteoporosis. So what preventive steps can you take? Check out these 3 tips to help you prevent osteoporosis:

5 TIips for Preventing Falls in the Elderly

For seniors, a fall may lead to a serious, life-threatening injury. As we grow older, our bodies weaken and old age may result in a higher risk of being injured from falling. Check out these 5 tips to prevent falls.

The Importance of "Unsick Days"

Many companies are adopting the idea of “unsick” days to give employees a day to focus on their health. Check out our list of health-related things you can do on your “unsick” day: