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Living Well with Arthritis

By Erin Hagan Each day, millions of people are faced with the challenges of living with arthritis — a debilitating condition that can make it difficult to perform daily activities, function at work, or simply move around. With nearly 1 out of 4 adults currently diagnosed, arthritis is a leading cause of disability across the United States. […] ... Read More

Our Hearts Are on the Line

By Susan Taplinger For decades, heart disease was considered a man’s concern—not something for women to worry about. This misunderstanding meant that women’s symptoms were sometimes overlooked, ignored, or undiagnosed. Today, we are gaining a better understanding that heart disease is a serious consideration for both genders. Now that it’s American Heart Month, let’s take the […] ... Read More

Senior Independence Month – Building Self-Reliance

 By Erin Hagan What does “independence” mean to you? For many, it means being able to make choices about lifestyle, place of dwelling, and individual pursuits. But maintaining independence and having a fulfilling life in later years takes preparation and planning. That’s why National Senior Independence Month is observed every February to share information about resources, tools, […] ... Read More

Spring into Action: The Power of Exercise for Stress Relief

By Erin Hagan April is Stress Awareness Month, a time to recognize the impact stress has on our lives and explore effective methods to manage it. Chronic stress has been linked to conditions such as headaches, gastric disorders, elevated blood pressure, and weakened immunity, to name just a few. The good news? Exercise is a […] ... Read More

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