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Seven Surprising Benefits of Walking Everyday

Posted by Kim Salas

Going for a walk is one of the simplest exercises you can do, yet it has surprising benefits. If you want to get healthier but dread the idea of a gym workout adding a 30-minute walk to your daily routine will give you great results without putting a lot of strain on your body. Don't worry if you can't do a full half hour to start with because walking is something you can easily build up over a week or two. Here are seven amazing benefits of walking every day:

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Writing Every Day Can Help Improve Many Things

Posted by Kim Salas

You’ve probably heard the saying, “If you don’t use it, you lose it.” This adage is true of even the most basic skills such as writing. You may have noticed that your parents developed shaky handwriting that barely resembled the penmanship of their younger days. Now, you begin to worry that your handwriting won’t be legible when it’s most needed.

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How to Find the Perfect Medical Alert System for You or Your Loved One

Posted by Kim Salas

You worry about your loved one or even yourself. What would you do if you fell or started feeling bad and couldn’t get help? These can be concerns for anyone of any age, but they become even more of a worry as people get older and develop health problems. A medical alert system can be the answer for your peace of mind, but with so many options on the market, it can be difficult to choose.

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It's Osteoporosis Month! Here is what You need to know about Osteoporosis Prevention

Posted by Kim Salas

Bones are made from calcium and other minerals, and they are living tissue. When the bone tissue breaks down faster than your body can replace it, it's called osteoporosis. In time, this can lead to weaker, thinner bones that break easier than normal. While osteoporosis can affect any bone in your body the most common areas that are prone to break are the hips, spine, wrists, and ribs. Although age, medical conditions, and family history can play a part in developing osteoporosis there are also lifestyle factors, and that's where you can become proactive in preventing osteoporosis.

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Travel Tips for Seniors in Federal Way

Posted by Betsy Fradd

One of the best things about retirement is having the ability to travel and explore, and living in an assisted and independent living community doesn't change that fact. With that in mind, there are some things you should keep in mind to make traveling more safe and enjoyable.

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