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Read about eating well as you get older. Find tips on grocery shopping, keeping a healthy weight, and managing health conditions like diabetes, heart disease, digestion and osteoporosis.
In this guide you will find tips and ideas to make healthy eating easy and enjoyable. You can download to your computer or print a copy for yourself.
There are many things that can change the way you taste food. Things like aging, smoking and certain prescription drugs may have an effect. Read on to learn more about aging, taste buds and how to keep the flavour in foods.
Osteoarthritis is the most common type of arthritis. Older adults often get osteoarthritis, especially if they are overweight. There are many helpful things you can do to ease the pain of osteoarthritis. Read on for some helpful advice.
Read on to learn about how much fluid you need to stay healthy and which fluids you should choose most often.
Being at a healthy weight as you age may lower your risk of chronic diseases like heart disease and diabetes and can help you live a long, healthy life.
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