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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.
Exercising with Limited Mobility
Someone who has trouble walking or is afraid of falling may think they can't exercise. What happens is they get weaker and even less mobile, and their fear and risk of injury increases. But you don't need to run or jog for an hour or lift heavy weights.
Relieve Arthritis With Exercise
Many people who have arthritis don’t want to exercise. They think it will make their joint pain worse. In fact, the opposite is true. Regular exercise can ease arthritis pain and improve other symptoms. These four types of exercise can help to reduce pain and help your joints move and work better.