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Make Your Home Fall-Proof

One in four older adults fall each year, and falls are the leading cause of injury and death due to injury in people age 65 and older. However, falls are not inevitable once you get older—simple safety measures can substantially reduce their incidence.
Assess Your Fall Risk
The American Geriatrics Society recommends

Alternative Sources of Calcium: 7 Reliable Food Types

Alternative Sources of Calcium: 7 Reliable Food Types

Calcium is an important nutrient for healthy bones, heart, muscles, and nerves. It helps blood vessels expand and contract, it helps glands secrete hormones and enzymes, and it’s important for muscle contraction. Your body needs calcium to perform these and other vital functions, so if you don’t get enough in

2018 WHN Index

BODYWORKS/MOVES OF THE MONTH

Strengthen your core for better balance, stability (Jan., 7)
Reduce fracture risk with resistance exercises (Feb., 7)
Keep your hands flexible and functional (Mar., 7)
Ease the ache in your neck and shoulders (Apr., 7)
Get a leg up on chronic knee pain (May, 7)
Maintaining

High Calcium Foods for Non-Dairy Consumers

If you don’t like the taste of milk or your digestive system can’t tolerate it or other dairy products, you might be worried about getting enough calcium from your diet. You need calcium to build strong bones and prevent osteoporosis, as well as for muscle and blood-vessel functioning, nerve transmission,

7. Fats and Oils

Despite attention-grabbing headlines like “Is Butter Back?” there’s still a lot of fear about fat, a holdover from the low-fat era, which peaked in the 1980s and 1990s. But while butter is not back, other than in small amounts, fats (also called “fatty acids”) perform many essential functions in the

What Are Superfoods?

What Are Superfoods?

You’ve probably heard the term, but exactly what are “superfoods”? Broadly speaking, they’re foods considered to be especially beneficial for our health due to the nutrients and compounds they contain. Superfoods come in many forms, including protein from plant and animal sources, whole grains, vegetables, and fruits.

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2018 EN Topic Index

Month, page number are in parentheses

Beverages

Coffee Creamers, a Review (Dec, 5)
Coffee, Good for You? (Mar, 3)

DAIRY, EGGS, FISH, MEAT

Fishing for Good Health (Jan, 6)]
The Future of Protein (Sept, 6)

DIET AND DISEASE PREVENTION / MANAGEMENT

Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome and Diet (May, 3)
Antioxidants (Mar, 1)
Can Diet

Ease Anxiety and Your Bone Health May Benefit

Up to 14 percent of older adults meet the criteria for diagnosis with an anxiety disorder, according to the National Council on Aging. About 27 percent are thought to have anxiety symptoms that are not considered severe enough for an official diagnosis of anxiety, but which interfere with their quality

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