Healthy Aging

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Collaboration to Provide Patients Sensitive, Individualized Pelvic Health Care

Cheshire Medical Center can help if you are one of the 20 million Americans suffering from involuntary bladder control.

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Heart Attack or Sudden Cardiac Arrest—How They Differ and What to Do

Learn about the differences between a heart attack and cardiac arrest.

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Home Safety for Your Loved One With Alzheimer’s

Here's how to make your home safe for a family member with Alzheimer's.

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Stroke: Prevention, Reaction, and Recovery

Here's how to recognize a stroke and tips on preventing it from happening.

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Talking it Over—Conversations About Care

Talking with loved ones about their care can be tough. Get through it with these tips.

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Brain Workouts

People of all ages can benefit from activities that help keep your brain healthy to improve focus, memory, and overall mental sharpness.

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Graphic urging people born between 1945-1965 to be tested for hepatitis C

Boomers: Get Screened for Hepatitis C

60 percent of people infected with hepatitis C don't know they have the virus.

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9 Tips for Maintaining Healthy Eyes

Tips for keeping your eyes healthy throughout your life.

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When it comes to finding the best resources, options, and support, you don't have to go it alone.

Resources and Support For Caregivers of Aging Loved Ones

Finding information about services and resources can feel overwhelming, especially if you don’t quite know where to begin. Here are some great resources that can help you connect with local services and support.

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Leaning Into Retirement

For many of us, retirement may be filled with transitions that can be unsettling and often involves reevaluating and pondering a new approach to daily life.

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