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Black bag and Blackberry in hand, this doc makes house calls

July 10, 2015/Blogs/No Comments

Black bag and Blackberry in hand, this doc makes house calls Story Highlights In 1930s, 40 percent of physician encounters were house calls; 1 percent by 1980 Financial disincentives and patient preference for clinics contributed to decline 10 years ago, Medicare made it easier for physicians to get paid for house calls Bill before Congress… Read more »

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Why House Calls Save Money

July 10, 2015/Blogs/No Comments

Dr. Jack Resnick, an internist in New York, believes that if the frail elderly are treated at home by doctors making house calls, as they did in the good old days, then medical outcomes will improve and Medicare costs can be reduced. Dr. Resnick hosted one of the community health care forums arranged by the… Read more »

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Healthy Aging Health Center

July 10, 2015/Blogs/No Comments

Some People Do Age Faster Than Others At 38, the biology of some adults was 20 years older, study finds MONDAY, July 6, 2015 (HealthDay News) — Adults who look older than their years may be aging at an accelerated pace, new research suggests. A study of 38-year-olds in New Zealand found their “biological age”… Read more »

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The joy of eating well and aging well

July 10, 2015/Blogs/No Comments

Eating Well as You Age For adults over 50, the benefits of healthy eating include increased mental acuteness, resistance to illness and disease, higher energy levels, faster recuperation times, and better management of chronic health problems. As we age, eating well can also be the key to a positive outlook and staying emotionally balanced. But… Read more »

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Learn Not To Fall

July 10, 2015/Blogs/No Comments

Millions of Seniors Fall Each Year One bad fall can mean a lengthy hospital stay, painful rehabilitation, a loss of independent life, or worse. The good news is that there are things you can learn to lower the risk of falling, either for yourself or someone you care for. This website is your online course… Read more »

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Seniors (Adults 65 Years and Older)

July 10, 2015/Blogs/No Comments

Seniors Because your immune system weakens as you age, adults age 65 years and older are more susceptible to the flu. It is important all seniors get the flu vaccine. You have two options for vaccination: the regular dose flu shot and the high-dose shot that results in a stronger immune response. Talk to your… Read more »

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