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Can an At-Home Test Detect Risk Factors for Senior Brain Fitness?

There’s a moment of stunned disbelief when a parent or spouse or other loved one is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. Though you struggle with the diagnosis, you you’ve already noticed a few red flags— obvious memory loss or other indicators of cognitive decline.

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3 Steps to Active and Independent Senior Living


An active senior lifestyle is about more than exercising regularly, though senior fitness is a part of active living. Being active means living well and enjoying good health in every area of life as an older adult.

We sponsor a lot of great activities and outings that keep our residents living well here at Marjorie P. Lee, and we’ve found that events that best help older adults stay active and independent have 3 key features in common:

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6 Strengthening Exercises for More Independent Senior Living


In honor of the 2013 National Senior Games—hosted in Cleveland, OH!—we’re challenging ourselves to start living well and get fit this summer.

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Dive into Senior Fitness with Water Aerobics


You know that regular exercise is an important step in total wellness— keeping you active and independent in your senior living— but you just can’t find the right activity. A senior fitness program that’s easy and fits into your daily routine. Yoga seems daunting, even when you’re sitting in a chair, and too much walking makes your joints ache.

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