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Osteoporosis
Osteoporosis is a disease that makes the bones weak and prone to fracture. The most common fractures occur at the spine, wrist and hip. Spine and hip fractures in particular may lead to chronic pain, long-term disability and even death. read more
Boost Your Immunity
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Fitness for Adults with Asthma
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How to ease the symptoms of PMS
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Indoor Cycling 101
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Middle Ground
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Mindfulness Meditation
"I forgot to prepare what I'm going to wear tomorrow....red or blue tie?...I wasn't able... read more
Relaxing Martial Arts?
T’ai chi ch’uan, literally translated as “grand ultimate boxing,” or... read more
Senior in Motion
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The Bad High
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To 100 and Beyond!
I will be honest - I really do not have a lot of 100-ish-year-old patients... read more
Why Single-tasking is Good for You
We live in an age and time where multitasking is expected from you.... read more
Wind Down: 5 Easy and Simple Ways to Destress
Are you aware how much stress affects your health?... read more
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