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May Is National Stroke Month

May Is National Stroke Month

Strokes are one of the leading health concerns facing American seniors today. The good news is that up to 80% of strokes are preventable, treatable and beatable! When it comes to our health, knowledge is power. According to the American Stroke Association, there are...
March is National Kidney Month

March is National Kidney Month

How much do you know about your kidneys? This month, the National Kidney Foundation encourages everyone to take note of these important organs, and what we can do to raise awareness for those suffering from kidney disfunction. What do your kidneys do? Every day, your...
Improving Your Posture At Any Age

Improving Your Posture At Any Age

Slouching: most of us (okay, maybe all of us!) do it. And as we grow older, the impact of bad posture can be more dramatic to our wellness, mood and mobility. Luckily, there are some simple fixes to improve your posture and help you feel great! Read on for some expert...
Flu Season 2018: What You Should Know

Flu Season 2018: What You Should Know

Winter is here—and that means flu season has also arrived in the Capital Region. We do our best to keep our residents informed when it comes to this dangerous virus. Here is the latest news from the AARP. Thankfully, this year’s flu season has been a mild one so far....
Natural Cleaners to Disinfect Your Home

Natural Cleaners to Disinfect Your Home

Keeping a tidy and clean home helps us to stay healthy and feel more relaxed. But harsh chemicals in many store-bought cleaners can irritate the skin and lungs, or pose other health hazards. Luckily, there are alternatives ways to get rid of germs, soap scum, and...