Seniors’ Health

Seniors’ Health

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Aging

Older adults can have problems with eyesight, bone strength, and organ function. They may also have problems with joint pain and cognitive function.

Medicine and healthy habits can help promote health. Natural therapies have also been used to help. They should not be used in place of standard care for health problems. See these articles for more information:

References

1. Health information. National Institute on Aging website. Available at: https://www.nia.nih.gov/health. Accessed February 20, 2020.

Last reviewed February 2020 by EBSCO NAT Review Board Eric Hurwitz, DC
Last Updated: 5/26/2020

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