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Golden Age Archives - SALUD al dia magazine

Nutrition for Older Adults

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Nutrition for Older Adults SADM #94 Jan/Feb 2021 National Institute of Aging What is nutrition and why is it important for older adults? Nutrition is about eating a healthy and balanced diet so your body gets the nutrients that it … Read More

Hispanic Elderly, fastest growing segment in South Florida

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Hispanic Elderly, fastest growing segment in South Florida By: Latino Center on Aging, LCA LCA concerned with lack of information on existing services for the elderly. The Latino Center on Aging (LCA) expresses its concern on the limited information on … Read More

Older Adults : Double Your Protein to Build More Muscle

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Older Adults : Double Your Protein to Build More Muscle American Physiological Society You are what you eat, especially when it comes to how your body builds protein. It is well known that consuming protein stimulates the body’s cells to … Read More

Physical Activity in Older Adults

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Physical Activity in Older Adults American Heart Association In a 2010 CDC study, more than 30% of adults aged 65 or older report no leisure-time physical activity. But even older adults need regular exercise. The Benefits: It can help prevent bone … Read More

Aging and Your Eyes

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Aging and Your Eyes National Institute on Aging Are you holding the newspaper farther away from your eyes than you used to? Join the crowd—age can bring changes that affect your eyesight. Some changes are more serious than others, but … Read More

Third Age, Decline or Fullness?

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Third Age, Decline or Fullness? By Melita DeBellis, Midlife Unlimited Midlife marks the beginning of what is known as “Third Age”. Third Age is an emerging life stage, running roughly from ages 50 to 75, made possible by our longer life … Read More

Hearing Loss and Aging

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Hearing Loss and Aging National Institutes of Health, NIH About one-third of Americans between the ages of 65 and 74 have hearing problems. Age-related hearing loss (presbycusis) is the loss of hearing that gradually occurs in most of us as … Read More

Alzheimer Caregivers

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Alzheimer Caregivers By Alzheimer’s Association No two people experience Alzheimer’s disease in the same way. As a result, there’s no one approach to caregiving. Your caregiving responsibilities will change as the disease progresses. For Alzheimer Caregivers caring for a loved one … Read More

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