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    Don't Knock Knees: Protecting This Important Joint as a Senior

    Some knee and joint issues are expected with age, and it's helpful to understand the different conditions that can arise as well as what steps you can take to proactively preserve healthy knees. Once you know what to look for and how to prevent it, you'll have a leg up on how to achieve optimal knee health.

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    5 Quenching Refreshments to Enjoy in the Shade

    When the heat of the summer hits, there’s nothing like enjoying a bit of breeze in a nicely shaded area and sipping a refreshing drink. This July, get ready to celebrate National Refreshment Day — and share with friends and neighbors in your assisted living community — with these go-to treats that are healthy and delicious.

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    8 Timeless Television Favorites You Can Stream

    Older Americans who grew up watching television on a device that looked more like a grand piece of stationary furniture than a portable black mirror shouldn’t be timid about embracing current technology to meet their entertainment needs. Entertainment is a source of great joy, and sometimes it’s our favorite TV shows that bring us the most happiness. Good TV shows never get old, but through traditional television channels, they can be hard to find or only available during odd hours.Ad...

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    4 Signs of Depression and What to Do If You Experience Them

    Depression can be like thief in the night, creeping in when it’s dark and stealing something precious: your joy. Depression can begin at any time, including later in life, even if you’ve never experienced it before. Studies estimate that more than 2 million Americans over age 65 suffer from depression each year, often as a complication of another illness or after the death of a spouse or loved one.

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    6 Ways to Exercise Your Memory in Your Kearney Assisted Living Apartment

    Memory and other cognitive functions decline with age, which is just a fact of life. According to the Memory and Aging Center at The Regents University, some mental capabilities peak around age 30 and subtly decline as you grow older. That doesn’t mean your memory suddenly stops working at a certain age, and there’s a difference between normal age-related memory impairment and something like dementia.

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