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Healthy habits every senior should know, blog, clinical research volunteers over 60

Healthy Habits Every Senior Should Have

A lot of changes come with getting older. To age healthily, there are habits every senior should have. Here are some ways you can maintain a healthy life over 60 and beyond. Diet Our digestive system slows down as we age. Understandably, high-fiber foods like whole-grain breads and cereals, beans, unsalted nuts and seeds, deeply …

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We’re Still Fighting COVID-19

A little over a year ago, COVID-19 came into our lives, forever changing the way we knew it. Since then, many advancements continue, leveling the playing field between us and the virus. Vaccine distribution is slow, but it’s still happening. The hope of normalcy is within our grasp after a long-fought wait. While we continue …

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Memory Loss: A Caregiver’s Guide

Caring for a loved one with memory loss can be very rewarding. You’ll provide the care that allows them to face their journey with love and dignity. Caregiving can also be all-consuming and stressful, and the weight of their life and yours bears down on your shoulders. Caregivers of loved ones with memory loss juggle …

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New Year, New Testosterone Levels

Testosterone is a hormone made in the testicles of males. It is responsible for helping boys develop those classic male features of hair, deeper voice, and muscle strength. Testosterone hormone levels decrease with age, but some men have low enough levels where they become deficient. While decreases in these levels are normal, the symptoms common …

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