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  • Combining Social and Physical Fitness for Seniors

    May 4, 2018
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    Emotional isolation and physical inactivity are two of the biggest problems facing the growing senior citizen population. Fortunately, there are some way to address both these issues in a single program. It is ironic that in a society where instant communication is the norm, many of us feel very isolated. That’s especially true among seniors,



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  • What does Heart Health Month mean to those of us with “aging” hearts?

    February 8, 2016
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    Our heart is a fist-sized muscle that pumps blood and fresh oxygen to all parts of our body, then returns the blood to the heart for an oxygen refill. It seems simple but this small organ is vital to keeping us healthy. As we age our heart tends to become a little less efficient, meaning



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  • Older Americans Month

    May 29, 2015
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    We can’t stop the sands of time. But, do we really want to? I work with teenagers and I know I don’t want to go back there again. Too many life crises with too little life knowledge! So, back to stopping/slowing the sands of time. We are coming to the end of May, which is



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  • The Miracle of Music

    May 31, 2013
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    I love music! It brings me up if I’m feeling down, soothes me if I’m feeling anxious and, best of all, makes a party even more fun. If I’m cleaning the house, blasting that radio makes the time fly by. If I’m working on a tedious task, music helps me focus. Some songs bring back great



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