Edgeworth Park at New Town


Fatigue in Older Adults

Fatigue is a feeling of weariness, tiredness, or lack of energy. It can be a normal response to physical activity, emotional stress, boredom, or lack of sleep, ...
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How Is Alzheimer’s Disease Diagnosed?

Doctor looking at CT scan (shot in 2007 hence the old version of model release) Doctors use several methods and tools to help determine if a person ...
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Sober Curious? 10 Expert Tips to Cut Back on Alcohol

“I don’t like the way alcohol makes me feel anymore,” says Ellen Albertson, a 61-year-old psychologist and registered dietitian in North Hero, Vermont. She’s currently in breast ...
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1-Minute Workouts to Make You Stronger

Though you know you need to exercise, you may feel like you don’t have the resolve, interest or time to get physically fit. You aren’t alone. Almost ...
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Tips for Caregivers and Families of People With Dementia

A caregiver, sometimes referred to as a caretaker, refers to anyone who provides care for another person. Millions of people living in the United States take care ...
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7 Ways to Conquer Loneliness Without Technology

If you’re feeling lonely these days, you’re not alone. Isolation is a big concern for older adults.  ​According to a University of Michigan National Poll on Healthy ...
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