How To Prevent Falls in Older People

The leading cause of injuries in older adults is falling. Falls can lead to loss of independence, early admission into long-term care facilities, disability, and even death. Learn how to prevent them before they happen.

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Pesticides and Alzheimer’s Disease

Several studies have shown that individuals regularly exposed to pesticides and herbicides are more likely to develop Parkinson’s Disease (PD), which makes it difficult for people to control their movements and can cause emotional changes. Now, there is reason to believe that pesticide exposure can also increase a person’s chances of developing Alzheimer’s Disease.

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