Exercise for Older Adults Key to Reducing Falls

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Incorporating exercise for older adults can significantly reduce falls. Reducing the chance of falling is essential because falls are a major threat to an older person’s ability to live independently. Falls are the main cause of serious injuries and accidental deaths in older people. They are also the top cause […] Read more »

Dangers From Cooking Fires for Older Adults

dangers from cooking fires for older adults

There are serious dangers from cooking fires for older adults, including injury and death. According to US FEMA fire statics, older adults have the greatest risk of dying in a fire, Ages 65 and over have a risk that is 2.5 times greater than the population as a whole. If […] Read more »

Distracted Driving Among the Elderly

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Most seniors fear losing their driving privileges. One of the ways to reduce that risk is dealing with distracted driving among the elderly. Your first thought may be cell phones and texting equals distracted driving, but it’s bigger than that. It’s true that cell phones and texting are a huge […] Read more »