A Free Resource to Help Older Americans Stay Physically Active and Healthy

We know it can be hard to remain physically active as you age; fortunately, there are great resources on the Internet to help you get started and maintain, or begin, a active, healthy lifestyle.

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Tackling the Task of Downsizing the Home: Advice for Seniors and Family Caregivers

The Civil War sword. The vintage jewelry. Truckstop plates from all 50 states. Grandma’s china set. Heirlooms or have-to-go’s? It all depends on your point of view.

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Boosting Memory Power With Age

Exercising the brain throughout one's life is scientifically proving to preserve memory into older age.

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Baby Boomers’ Health Worsens

If you’re a U.S. baby boomer, the odds are in your favor for longevity, but against you on good health.

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Report Details New Advancements in Alzheimer's Care and Treatment

This week, the National Institute on Aging issued the 2014 Alzheimer's Disease Progress Report detailing recent research advancements related to Alzheimer's detection, treatment, and caregiving.

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Volunteering Lowers Blood Pressure

Besides the enjoyment of getting out and helping others, research shows that volunteerism can reduce the risk for hypertension, or high blood pressure, by up to 40 percent.

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Seniors Can Visit National Parks on the Cheap

For just $10, seniors can purchase a lifetime access pass to more than 2,000 federal recreation sites, national parks and national wildlife refuges.

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Spouse Caregivers Receive Less Help; Differences Between Home Care Agencies and Registries

These and other stories are in the July edition of the Caring Right at Home e-newsletter, providing information, advice and support for adult caregiving.

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Take a Trip! You’ll Live Longer

Vacations are not only relaxing and exciting, they are actually proven to boost your health and lengthen your life.

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Are Older Workers More Reliable Than Their Younger Colleagues?

Research shows that overall fluctuation in cognitive performance is lower in older adults compared to younger adults.

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