Want to cut back on your drinking? See these tips.

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Do you think you or an older relative may be drinking too much alcohol? If so, here are some ways to cut back.

For more tips on cutting back, watch “How Can I Cut Back on My Drinking?”

 

The information on Alcohol Use and Older Adults was provided by NIHSeniorHealth and developed by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) at NIH.

 

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Are You Too Old to Start an Exercise Program?

“Even if you have had an inactive lifestyle, research suggests that you are never too old to benefit from exercise. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) report that even moderate physical activity can improve the health of older adults who are frail, or who have diseases that accompany age.”

http://www.nchpad.org/1023/5332/Senior~Corner


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Source of New Heart Cell Growth Discovered

http://www.nih.gov/researchmatters/december2012/12172012heart.htm


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The Road that Needs to be Built – Connecting Rehab to Physical Activity

http://www.nchpad.org/1005/5288/2012-12~Issue~~The~Road~that~Needs~to~be~Built~-~Connecting~Rehab~to~Physical~Activity


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How can you stay safe when you exercise? These tips can help

“Getting regular exercise is one of the healthiest things you can do, but it’s important to do it safely. Here are some tips to help you avoid injury when you exercise.

“For more information about exercise safety, check out “Staying Safe During Exercise and Physical Activity,” a tip sheet from Go4Life®, the exercise and physical activity campaign from the National Institute on Aging at NIH. 

The information on Exercise: How to Get Started was provided by NIHSeniorHealth and developed by the National Institute on Aging (NIA)

NIHSeniorHealth.gov – Built with you in mind.


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Walk Your Way to a Longer Life, Study Says

“Physical activity after age 40 can increase life expectancy by up to 7 years, researchers find”

http://m.medlineplus.gov/news/fullstory_131058.htm


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Telltale visible signs of aging may predict heart disease

“Study Highlights:

Visible signs of aging may predict your risk of heart disease.

A receding hairline, baldness, earlobe crease and yellow fatty deposits on the eyelids were among signs of aging associated with an increased risk of heart disease.”

http://newsroom.heart.org/pr/aha/telltale-visible-signs-of-aging-239569.aspx?utm_source=PCNA%3A+Email+List+2012&utm_campaign=737a6885f0-AHAPreventionTrials2012&utm_medium=email


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