Senior Health Center
Since muscle mass decreases as people age, it's important for older adults to exercise, since it keeps seniors strong, burns calories, maintains weight, improves flexibility, and builds balance and bone strength. Exercise helps cognitive function and improve mood in adults over 55 years of age.
Senior Health Pictures Slideshow
Watch this senior sex health slideshow on overcoming sexual problems as we age. Learn how to have a healthy and enjoyable sex life by overcoming obstacles such as certain diseases, conditions or medications that may change your body and affect your sex life.
What are the causes, symptoms, and risk factors of osteoporosis? Quiz yourself about vitamin deficiency, maintaining bone density, and preventing osteoporosis-related fractures.
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