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Muscle Imbalance Syndromes in Older Adults (excerpt)

These conditions are usually related to a combination of biomechanical and neurological factors. Learn how to identify and address muscle imbalances in your clients read more
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NIH-Supported Study Seeks Volunteers for Alzheimer's Study

Volunteers are needed for a clinical study examining the subtle changes that may take place in the brains of older people many years before overt symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease appear. read more
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2010 Alzheimer's Association Report Says Disease is on the Rise

One in eight people older than 65 is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, according to the Alzheimer’s Association’s May 2010 report, Changing the Trajectory of Alzheimer’s Disease: A National Imperative. read more
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Country Dwellers Live Longer, Says UK Study

People living in rural areas can expect to live longer than their urban counterparts, says a UK study. read more
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Profile: South Africa (excerpt)

The public health sector is under pressure to deliver services to 80% of the population even though most resources are concentrated in the private health sector read more
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A Hard Lesson in Intervention Implementation (excerpt)

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In Balance Program Proven Effective in Preventing Falls (excerpt)

This intervention can result in a 61% fall reduction in older adults, says study. read more
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Big Apple, Big Plans (excerpt)

In New York, architects and urban planners are teaming up with public health officials to reshape the built environment to encourage more physical activity, and – they hope – reduce epidemic levels of obesity and related diseases. By Sharon Bermon. read more
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Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM (excerpt)

This busy exercise physiologist, professor, and researcher discusses programs he helped create and what compels him to initiate projects in Japan. read more
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Exercises for Fall Prevention (excerpt)

Programs that specifically target balance-control systems can increase strength and improve postural stability, thereby reducing fall risks. read more
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