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Baby Boomers Keep Cosmetic Surgeons Busy! - Dr. Kevin Sadati

galleryofcosmeticsurgery.com — “Baby boomers are now 50 and 60 years old, but they sure don’t act like the grandmas and grandpas of yesteryear, especially the playful bunch in, Dr. Kevin Sadati Board Certified Facial Plastic Surgeon and cosmetic surgeon specializing in aesthetic surgery of the face and body in Newport Beach, Orange County.View full resource at galleryofcosmeticsurgery.com

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Adult Gummie Vitamins Save the Day | Ask Mary RD

askmaryrd.com — “Adult Gummie Vitamins Save the Day | Ask Mary RDView full resource at askmaryrd.com

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maryhartleyRDservices and to schedule an appointment, visit my website AskMaryRD.com. I write a blog several days a week that will, hopefully, shape your ideas about what to eat and how to think about food and nutrition in America today. To view my actual job history, please visit my LinkedIn page.

When it comes to weight control and eating in general, I am committed to a flexible, realistic, and personal approach. I do not believe in fad diets or unnecessary diet pills. I do believe in making informed choices based on your values and preferences, with a clear understanding of the consequences, for better or for worse. Throughout my career, I have used a "Non-Diet Approach" to weight control, which emphasizes appetite regulation and learning to solve emotional problems without using food. For medical problems that require a therapeutic diet, I teach my patients how to choose specific foods in the correct amounts for their optimal health. I nutritious, well-prepared food and physical activity performed in the total health.

In addition to my clinical practice, I provide services as a brand ambassador, social marketing expert, speaker, writer, digital content adviser, and media personality. I focus on special projects, products and services in the areas of food and nutrition and related IT." /> Mary Hartley, RD, MPH Dietitian, Active Health Library, and Nutritionist

Discussion: Owners Upset Shelter DID NOT Kill Their Dog « YesBiscuit!

yesbiscuit.wordpress.com — “An Oregon couple took in an elderly stray Pomeranian about a year ago.  The dog reportedly has lung disease, bronchitis and emphysema as well as “lumps on her belly”.  They recently took her to The Willamette Humane Society and signed her over to the shelter, thinking she would most likely be euthanized.  The shelter found…View full resource at yesbiscuit.wordpress.com

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Discussion: Owners Upset Shelter DID NOT Kill Their Dog http://t.co/6Rq7yMsK via Yes Biscuit!

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Kaiser Health Tracking Poll: September 2012 - Kaiser Family Foundation

kff.org — “The September poll finds with the November election fast-approaching, Medicare trails only the economy and the federal budget deficit as key priorities for voters, and interest in the federal health program is even higher among seniors.View full resource at kff.org

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PattyGrace Patricia Grace Eldercare Expert

Medicare is extremely important to voters...it's sad that most voters are clueless to the deep cuts that are coming! http://t.co/twpl7gzk

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Keeping Fit: Exercise For Seniors - Assisted Living Facilities

assistedlivingfacilities.org — “Getting older doesn't mean you need to fall out of shape. You can stay health and strong well into your senior years.View full resource at assistedlivingfacilities.org

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Keeping Fit: Exercise Options For Seniors: Keeping a strong body is possible throughout adulthood and far into w... http://t.co/I2LfB9o2

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Free Bus Passes May Help Seniors Stay Healthy

medicalnewstoday.com — “A new study finds having free bus passes encourages older people to be more physically active, which is known to benefit health, adding weight to the argument that proposals to scrap the schemView full resource at medicalnewstoday.com

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Free Bus Passes May Help Seniors Stay Healthy - A new study finds having free bus passes encourages older people to ... http://t.co/9bPuY9hq

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Delirium Risks, Prevention, Treatment, Prognosis And Research: Study Provides Roadmap

medicalnewstoday.com — “Delirium, a common acute condition with significant short- and long-term effects on cognition and function, should be identified as an indicator of poor long-term prognosis, prompting immediate anView full resource at medicalnewstoday.com

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Delirium Risks, Prevention, Treatment, Prognosis And Research: Study Provides Roadmap http://t.co/3LujQXkW #seniors

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Blood Test Results and Their Meaning to Senior Health | Senior Care Corner

seniorcarecorner.com — “Blood Test Results and Their Meaning to Senior Health | Senior Care CornerView full resource at seniorcarecorner.com

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Long-Term Care Looms as Rising Medicaid Cost - NYTimes.com

nytimes.com — “The program is the only safety net for millions of middle-class people whose needs for long-term care, at home or in a nursing home, outlast their resources.View full resource at nytimes.com

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Parkinson's in the Media: With Medicaid, Long-Term Care of Elderly Looms as a Rising Cost http://t.co/VS9iQABA

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The Issue of Ageism in America Today

disabled-world.com — “Article examines Ageism in America today a process of systematic stereotyping of and discrimination against people because they are oldView full resource at disabled-world.com

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Magnesium Stabilizes Telomeres | Dr Carolyn Dean MD ND

drcarolyndean.com — “Magnesium Stabilizes Telomeres | Dr Carolyn Dean MD NDView full resource at drcarolyndean.com

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Long-Term Care Looms as Rising Medicaid Cost - NYTimes.com

nytimes.com — “The program is the only safety net for millions of middle-class people whose needs for long-term care, at home or in a nursing home, outlast their resources.View full resource at nytimes.com

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With Medicaid, Long-Term Care of Elderly Looms as a Rising Cost http://t.co/noOOj9gf

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Should Medicare’s Eligibility Age Be Raised? - Health Blog - WSJ

blogs.wsj.com — “With tens of millions of baby boomers heading into retirement, Medicare’s long-term financial prognosis is grim. One proposed solution is to raise the eligibility age gradually to 67 from 65. What do you think?View full resource at blogs.wsj.com

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Should Medicare’s Eligibility Age Be Raised? http://t.co/0RoD7J4y

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BBC News - Fish oils 'help slow age decline'

bbc.co.uk — “Moderate exercise, and a regular intake of oily fish fatty acids, keeps elderly immobility at bay.View full resource at bbc.co.uk

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Sleep Apnea: A Type 2 Diabetes Risk Factor?

huffingtonpost.com — “By Annie Hauser, Senior Reporter Fit and healthy 20-somethings are not the typical face of type 2 diabetes.View full resource at huffingtonpost.com

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It's not just your quality of sleep that's suffering. Sleep Apnea: A Type 2 #Diabetes Risk Factor? http://t.co/dszK4uye

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