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20 Essential Exercises for Older Adults

Originally published on MSN: Exercises To Remain Healthy for Older Adults Exercise can keep seniors healthy, active, and enjoying life....
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Measuring Your Fitness Progress

Originally published on Go4Life: How Can I Tell if I’m Getting More Fit? If you’ve been exercising regularly, you’ll soon...
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How Much Protein Do You Need After 50?

Originally published on AARP: Protein Intake For Older Adults Protein helps to keep our muscles strong, which is important for maintaining the balance...
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20 Joyful Holiday Activities For Seniors

So many studies point to the importance of staying mentally and physically active, as well as the difference socializing can...
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What would an age-friendly city look like?

What would it look like if you could design your ideal present or future and the way you lived? Some...
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Protecting Your Loved Ones from Food Illnesses This Holiday: 5 Dangerous Cooking Mistakes to Avoid

At Traditions communities, we take great care not only to ensure that food is nutritious and delicious, but also that...
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Aging Parents & the Holidays: Time for “The Talk?”

As the holiday season begins, many adult children are preparing for their annual trip home to visit their aging parents...
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Tips to Help Seniors With Seasonal Blues

Originally published on Huffington Post: Combatting Difficult Memories Visiting a senior living community last winter, I saw a resident sitting...
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‘This is what 70 looks like’: the new generation of beauty influencers

New Voices In The Beauty Industry Traditions preface: There's no need to buy into the myth that beauty fades and...
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Why Ruth Bader Ginsburg is the workout inspiration we all need

Traditions preface: For inspiration on staying strong and healthy well into your 80s and 90s, we turn to Supreme Court...
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Fostering Social Interaction for All Ages

Traditions preface: We were struck by the statistics on how detrimental social isolation and loneliness are to our health. One...
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