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Healthy Choices Video Library
When it comes to your health, taking some simple steps can make a big difference. Learn more in just two minutes by visiting our Healthy Choices Video Library.
Living with Alzheimer's Disease
Alzheimer’s disease cannot be cured. Instead, doctors help patients control the disease. Your doctor will come up with a treatment plan to help you with symptoms. Here's what to expect and how to manage your condition.
Exercise as Part of Your Life
Almost anyone, at any age, can safely do some kind of exercise or physical activity. You can be active even if you have a long-term condition like heart disease, diabetes or arthritis. And almost nothing is more important to your health. Physical activity helps you feel good and look good, too. Here are some tips to help you get started.
4 Tips for Slowing Memory Loss
As we age, our cognitive skills may decline. Just as physical exercise helps to keep your body strong and flexible, activities that make the brain work are an important way to maintain mental agility. If your loved one has problems with memory, be sure to find activities he or she can manage. Here are some ways to build mental muscle.
Are You at Risk for Diabetes?
Type 2 diabetes results when your body does not properly convert the sugar from the foods you eat into energy and the sugar builds up in the blood. Learn the risks for developing diabetes, and improve your chances of preventing or delaying type 2 diabetes.
Urinary Tract Infections
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Care for Caregivers
Putting Yourself on the Priority List
When you’re responsible for someone else’s care, it can be far too easy to neglect your own health. But to do the best job as a caregiver, it’s important to put yourself on the priority list. Staying physically and emotionally healthy can help you reduce your stress level, better manage the responsibilities of caregiving and improve your quality of life.