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Benefits of a Pet Friendly Senior Living Community

For seniors it is important for their mental and physical health to stay active and interact with others. Often times as people age their circle of friends and loved ones diminishes, they can begin to feel isolated and lonely. Caring for a pet has been shown to give a sense of purpose and help stimulate…
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Memory Loss, Dementia or Alzheimer’s?

If you struggle with memory loss, dementia, or Alzheimer’s – or if you have a loved one who does – you do not want to miss this informational session with Geriatric Psychology Expert Dr. Guerman Ermolenko on Thursday, May 11 at 5pm at the Marjorie Doyle Rockwell Center in Cohoes. Dr. Ermolenko is certified by…
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Healthy Hearing Means a Healthier You!

Did you know that your hearing has a direct impact on your overall health and well-being? In fact, studies have linked hearing loss to irritability, fatigue and impaired memory, as well as social withdrawal, isolation and other psychological problems. To learn more about hearing health and the role that hearing has in preventing other issues…
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Orthopedic Health

Do you have joint pain? Are you wondering how to keep your joints healthy as you age? Join Dr. Fletcher, the Medical Director of the Total Joint Replacement Center at St. Peter’s Hospital, for an informational session on orthopedic health on April 26 at Eddy Hawthorne Ridge. Dr. Fletcher will be discussing the newest advances…
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Diabetes: Prevention, Treatment, and You!

What is your risk for developing diabetes? As with many other diseases, our risk of developing diabetes increases as we age. Endocrinologist Dr. Jill Abelseth and Dietitian Lynn Sutton will be at Beverwyck on April 20th to discuss everything you need to know about diabetes. In addition to diabetes prevention and management, Dr. Abelseth and…
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