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Health Information National Institute on Aging

Good communication among doctors, patients, and caregivers leads to better health outcomes. End of Life. End of life care can look different for each individual. Learn what to expect and how to help. A-Z Health Topics. Get …

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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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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 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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Advance Care Planning: Health Care Directives

Advance care planning involves learning about the types of decisions that might need to be made, considering those decisions ahead of time, and then letting others know—both your family and your health care providers—about your preferences. These preferences are often put into an advance directive, a legal document that goes into effect

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Home health care National Institute on Aging

Home health care Getting Help with Alzheimer's Caregiving. Looking for respite care or help with Alzheimer's caregiving? Learn about supportive resources like home care, adult day care, …

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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 between normal age-related memory loss and signs of a more serious problem like mild cognitive impairment or dementia. Sometimes, forgetfulness is caused by a

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Health, Well-Being, and Independence and Aging NIA

Improving the Health, Well-Being, and Independence of Adults as They Age New insights into lifestyle, psychological, and other environmental influences on health promise to have a …

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Heart Health and Aging National Institute on Aging

Look up the definitions of unfamiliar heart health terms in the Heart Health Glossary. The most common aging change is increased stiffness of the large arteries, called arteriosclerosis (ahr-teer-ee-o-skluh-roh-sis), or hardening of the arteries. This causes high blood pressure, or hypertension, which becomes more common as we age.

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Disaster Preparedness and Recovery for Older Adults

Many types of durable medical equipment can be challenging to replace during disruptions to the health care system and supply chain during a disaster. Research has shown …

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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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Osteoporosis National Institute on Aging

Osteoporosis. Osteoporosis weakens bones to the point that they can break easily. It is called a “silent disease” because people who develop it may not notice any changes until a bone breaks — usually a bone in the hip, spine, or wrist. Bones are made of living tissue. To keep them strong, a healthy human body breaks down old bone and

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Aging in place National Institute on Aging

Aging in Place: Tips on Making Home Safe and Accessible. Get tips about how to age in place in your home by making changes to increase safety. Read and share this infographic with family …

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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 20,000 Americans over the age of 50 every two years. Supported by the National Institute on Aging (NIA U01AG009740) and the Social Security Administration, the HRS explores the changes in labor force participation and the …

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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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Women’s health 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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Real-Life Benefits of Exercise and Physical Activity

Physical activity can help: Reduce feelings of depression and stress, while improving your mood and overall emotional well-being. Increase your energy level. Improve …

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Parkinson’s Disease: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatments

Parkinson’s disease is a brain disorder that causes unintended or uncontrollable movements, such as shaking, stiffness, and difficulty with balance and coordination. Symptoms usually begin gradually and worsen over time. As the disease progresses, people may have difficulty walking and talking. They may also have mental and behavioral changes

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Living wills and advance directives National Institute on Aging

Being a health care proxy and making end-of-life care decisions for someone you love can be challenging. Learn what to expect. Frequently Asked Questions About Organ Donation for …

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