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Women: Stay Healthy At Any Age
Working With Your Older Client - A Clinician's Handbook
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Administration on Aging
Volunteer opportunities from the Administration on Aging.
 
America On the Move Foundation
America On the Move Foundation (AOM) is a national non-profit organization whose mission is to improve health and quality of life by promoting healthful eating and active living among individuals, families, communities and society.
 
International Council on Active Aging
Find a fitness facility right for you, from The International Council on Active Aging.
 
National Council on Aging
Volunteer and job resources from the National Council on Aging
 
SilverSneakers
SilverSneakers offers an innovative blend of physical activity, healthy lifestyle and socially oriented programming that allows older adults to take greater control of their health.
 
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention presents a physical activity study: Senior Center Exercise Program for Older Adults: Improves Health and Is Catching on Around the Country.
 
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
PALS physical activity for seniors program by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
 

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Caregiving, a healthy action minute
Caring for a loved one can take a toll on your body and mind. Dr. Josh shows you how to stay well while you care.
Diabetes in minority populations
This report features a conversation with AHRQ Director Dr. Carolyn Clancy about preventing and managing diabetes, especially in minority populations.
Importance of regular lab tests
Dr. Carolyn Clancy, Director of AHRQ, discusses the importance of having regular screening tests such as blood pressure, cholesterol and glucose since they can catch disease early when it is easier to treat.
The Gratitude Dance
Instead of focusing on what your life is missing, be grateful for what you DO have and do the Gratitude Dance!
Weight loss
Nearly two-thirds of U.S. adults are overweight or obese, with a higher risk of diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, arthritis and cancer. Even small, relatively short-term weight loss may have an important clinical effect.
Women’s health
Discussing research on women’s health
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