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 What Your Blood Type Says About Your Health

Do you know your blood type? There’s a good chance that you don’t. More Americans know their horoscope sign (66 percent) than their blood type (51 percent), according to a survey published this year ...
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6 Ways Kindness Is Good for You

Volunteering at a food bank, mentoring a younger person, treating a friend to a cup of coffee — acts of kindness like these not only can combat isolation and make you feel connected to others ...
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Do You Know the Warning Signs of A-Fib?

The nagging fatigue, shortness of breath and feelings of dizziness were all new for Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. The basketball legend had spent decades running up and down the court, not to mention running up ...
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Modena Reserve at Kensington Earns “Best CCRC Lite Design” Honors

Modena Reserve at Kensington was recently recognized by Senior Housing News as the "2022 Best CCRS Lite Design" award recipient for its modern design that meets local history. Here is ...
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7 Things Your Toes Could Say About Your Health

You probably don’t think of your toes much unless someone steps on them. But your toes and toenails can tell you a lot about your health. “The toes and toenails provide ...
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Five Things You Should Know About Dementia

1. Dementia is not just about memory loss Memory problems are a common early sign of dementia, but not for everyone. A person with early-stage dementia might ask for the same information repeatedly ...
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How to Navigate the Airport When You Have Accessibility Needs

Tarita Davenock suffers from multiple sclerosis and uses a wheelchair, which makes it tricky to navigate airports, where the distances between gates can be measured in football fields. Airports can be challenging for many other ...
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What is Mild Cognitive Impairment?

Some older adults have more memory or thinking problems than other adults their age. This condition is called mild cognitive impairment, or MCI. There is no single cause of MCI. The risk of developing MCI increases as someone ...
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6 Movement Mistakes You Don’t Know You’re Making

Humans were made to move (otherwise, we’d be statues), so we often walk, squat, bend and perform other movements on autopilot, doing what comes naturally to us. But over the years, bad movement habits ...
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