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Technology and optimal aging

Technology is constantly changing. Whether it is a television, phone, or computer; the technology within these devices is being improved continuously. Would it not be nice if the cells in our body behaved in the same manner of constant improvement? However, this is not the case. So why not use the two areas together to…
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Why am I dizzy?

What can you do if you are feeling dizzy? You are not alone Did you know 69 million Americans have problems with dizziness and balance? More than a third of adults in the U.S. 40 years and older have experienced some sort of vestibular dysfunction. Your balance system Your balance is controlled by your vestibular…
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Does your fitness tracker make you healthier?

Do you wear a Fitbit, Garmin, Apple Watch or other type of fitness tracker to help you get in shape? A new study suggests these wearable devices aren’t providing the benefits to your health that you may be expecting. According to a recent study published in The American Journal of Medicine, wearable devices don’t correlate…
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What is MS?

You may have noticed Multiple Sclerosis (MS) in the headlines over the past few months. Actress Selma Blair, has been on the cover of national magazines and on entertainment news stations talking about living with MS. Other celebrities such as Montel Williams, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, and Jack Osbourne have spoken out for years about life with…
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