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The speed of aging depends on things like lifestyle, diet, genetics, and general health. Knowledge of the aging process is the best way to slow it down and prevent future medical or physical ailments that can shorten life span.

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Senior Scams

demoHere are the Top Ten Scams Targeting Seniors. Get the facts, protect yourself from phone and internet predators.

 

CurrentNews:

Life Expectancy in U.S. Continues to Reach New Highs

demoThe CDC reports that younger Americans will have a life expectancy of 78.8 years. For older Americans women are expected to reach 81.2 years and men 76.4 years.

 

RecentEvents:

Possibility of Obesity Leading to Cancer in Older Adults

demoLosing weight can be benefiical but can also be harmful to some older adults. Click here to see the full report.

 

Healthy Living

Slowing the Aging Process

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Nutrition

Good Nutrition can slow aging.

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Publications and Links on Aging

A Variety of FREE publications to help you age more gracefully.

 

retirement couple agingThere are a few good places to start if you are looking for online health information.

An excellent source of reliable information is the National Institutes of Health (www.nih.gov).

You can start here to find information on almost every health topic, including:

In addition, you can visit the National Library of Medicine's Medline Plus (www.medlineplus.gov) for dependable information on more than 700 health-related topics.

You can also visit NIHSeniorHealth.gov (www.nihseniorhealth.gov)—a website with health information designed specifically for older people.

The White House Council on Aging will be held this year. To participate Click Here


More Helpful Publications of Aging

Below are links to some of the more common searches regarding aging.

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