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Cognitive Health Learn how your brain changes as you age and what you can do to keep your cognitive function at its best. Exercise and Physical Activity Being active as you age can help maintain your independence. Healthy Eating Tips …

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Health Topics A-Z National Institute on Aging

M. Medicines and medication management. Memory loss and forgetfulness. Menopause. Mental and emotional health. Mild cognitive impairment. Mixed dementia. Mourning and grief. Movement disorders and problems.

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Healthy aging National Institute on Aging

Healthy Aging Tips for the Older Adults in Your Life. Find tips from NIA on how to help support healthy aging in older family members. Tips include preventing social isolation, promoting …

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Healthy Aging Tips for the Older Adults in Your Life

Poor health, the death of a partner, caring for a loved one, and other situations that are more likely as people age can all lead to being socially isolated or feeling lonely. Although they …

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What Do We Know About Healthy Aging

Taking care of your physical, mental, and cognitive health is important for healthy aging. Even making small changes in your daily life can help you live longer and better. In general, you can support your physical health by …

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Healthy Eating National Institute on Aging

Healthy Eating | National Institute on Aging. Home Health Information. Making a plan to eat healthy can keep you healthy and active for longer. Read these articles on how to make smart …

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Health care professionals information National Institute …

Alzheimer's Disease Diagnostic Guidelines. In 2011, clinical diagnostic criteria for Alzheimer’s disease dementia were revised, and research guidelines for earlier stages of the disease were …

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Aging National Institute on Aging

10 Myths About Aging. There are many misconceptions related to aging and older adults, but research has shown that you can help preserve your health and mobility as you age by …

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Infographics National Institute on Aging

All Health Information. A-Z Health Topics. Alzheimer's & Related Dementias. Caregiving. Clinical Trials. Cognitive Health. Doctor-Patient Communication. End of Life. Exercise and Physical …

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Aging in place National Institute on Aging

Aging in Place: Growing Older at Home. Many older adults want to stay in their homes as they age. Get tips on planning ahead to stay in your home and ways to find the services you need.

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Hospice National Institute on Aging

Diversity and Health Disparities. Staff Directory. Careers. Connect with NIA. Contact NIA. En Español Search. Search. Breadcrumb Home Health Information Health Topics A-Z Hospice. …

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Vitamins and supplements National Institute on Aging

Vitamins and Minerals for Older Adults. Older adults may have different vitamin and mineral needs than younger adults. Find recommended amounts and information on calcium, sodium, …

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Cognitive Health National Institute on Aging

Cognitive Health | National Institute on Aging. Home Health Information. Many older adults worry about memory loss and thinking abilities as they age. What causes it? Can memory loss …

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Health and Retirement Study (HRS) National Institute on Aging

The University of Michigan Health and Retirement Study (HRS) is a longitudinal panel study that surveys a representative sample of more than 26,000 Americans over the age of 50 every two …

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Brain health National Institute on Aging

See what steps you can take to help care for your brain, including physical and mental health. Do Memory Problems Always Mean Alzheimer's Disease? Learn how to tell the difference …

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Immunizations and shots National Institute on Aging

Vaccinations and Older Adults. Read about shots for COVID-19, flu (influenza), pneumonia, shingles, tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis (whooping cough). Learn how these vaccines can …

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Tips To Boost Your Health as You Age

Try these tips to get started. Get moving — try gardening, biking, or walking. Choose healthy foods rich in nutrients. Manage stress — try yoga or keep a journal. Learn something new — …

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Real-Life Benefits of Exercise and Physical Activity

Reduce feelings of depression and stress, while improving your mood and overall emotional well-being. Increase your energy level. Improve sleep. Empower you to feel more in …

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NIA Small Business Showcase: See Yourself Health

See Yourself Health’s competitive advantage is deep expertise engaging the Medicaid/Medicare population in chronic disease management, using immersive technology fused with data …

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