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7 Health Guidelines For People Over 50

7 Health Guidelines For People Over 50

As we reach the age of 50, our bodies are undergoing significant changes, and people need to make some important adjustments in the way that they care for themselves. According to Becca Levy, the director of behavioral and social sciences at the Yale School of Public Health, making changes in how you care for your … Continued

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5 Simple Ways To Improve Your Balance

5 Simple Ways To Improve Your Balance

One of the more serious medical problems that the elderly face is the risk of falls. Beginning at age 30, the muscles used to stand will start to weaken, the pace of your steps slows, the length of your strides shortens, and vision starts to deteriorate. According to studies conducted at Winston-Salem State University, balance … Continued

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8 Signs You Are at Risk of Glaucoma

8 Signs You Are at Risk of Glaucoma

Glaucoma can cause progressive and permanent vision loss as a result of fluid buildup in the eye. The eye disease has two distinct forms: angle-closure and primary open-angle glaucoma. The symptoms for both types of glaucoma are subtly different. Primary open-angle glaucoma is by far the most common in patients suffering with vision loss. The … Continued

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8 Simple Things You Can Do to Prevent Hearing Loss

Hearing loss can be a result of exposure to dangerous noise levels, and it is fast becoming one of the more common occupational illnesses in America. Permanent hearing loss can occur from repeated exposure to anything from loud machinery to the blast of a single shotgun shell. According to studies conducted at the Mayo Clinic, … Continued

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11 Early Signs of Multiple Sclerosis

11 Early Signs of Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis, or MS, is a disease of the central nervous system (CNS), meaning it affects the brain as well as the spinal cord. The central nervous system controls all actions performed by the body. When MS alters the myelin coating on the nerves that relay messages to and from the brain, symptoms may start … Continued