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70s+: Staying Active, Sharp, and Happy—And Living Life to the Fullest


You have the wisdom of age—put it to good use to live a long, happy, and healthy life! Simple things like exercising and eating well help your heart, brain, bones, spirit, and more. Connect with the care that helps you feel your best.

Connecting You to Better Health In Your 70s and Beyond

Your Annual Physical and Why It’s Important - Virtua Article

5 Reasons Why Annual Physical Exams Are Important

No matter your age or stage of life, annual physical exams are essential to your lifelong health. Here are five reasons why you should schedule your annual physical today.

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In Sickness and in Health: Couples Often Share Heart Disease Risks

Couples share a lot more than romance. They often have the same behaviors and risk factors that can lead to heart disease. Cardiologist Michael Horwitz, DO, offers three ways to team up for your health.

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What You Need to Know About Stroke Treatment

What You Need to Know About Stroke Treatment

A stroke requires emergency medical attention. But did you know there's more than one type of stroke, and the one you have may determine your treatment?

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The Top 10 Foods that Boost Your Brain Health - Virtua Article

The Top 10 Foods That Boost Your Brain Health

Some super foods have brain-protective nutrients that help prevent the negative effects of aging. Try these 10 super foods to boost your brain health.

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4 ways to prevent memory loss

4 Ways to Prevent Memory Loss

You can prevent—and sometimes even reverse—the effects of aging on memory and overall brain health. Here’s how to stay mentally sharp as you get older.

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Don’t Let Urinary Incontinence Disrupt Your Life - Virtua Article

Put Aside Embarrassment and Put an End to Urinary Incontinence

More than 18 million women in the U.S. have urinary incontinence, and, on average, wait 6 years to seek care. Learn about the types and treatments for this CURABLE condition.

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When to See Your Doctor for Knee Pain

Knee pain can make everyday tasks difficult. While not all knee pain is serious, Virtua orthopedic surgeon Scott Schoifet, MD, says some conditions do require attention from a health care provider.

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Healthy Bones: Simple Tips to Prevent Osteoporosis

Bone density declines as we age, increasing risk for osteoporosis, causing weak and brittle bones, and increasing risk for age-related fractures later in life. Take steps now to prevent osteoporosis.

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Are Your Cracking, Painful Joints Telling You Something?

Are Your Cracking, Painful Joints Telling You Something?

Over time, your muscles, bones, and joints wear down. Creaky knees and difficulty or pain when doing daily tasks are signs that might be the early symptoms of osteoarthritis.

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8 Stretching and Balancing Exercises for Older Adults

As you get older, it’s important to make time for stretching and balancing exercises. Here are 8 simple moves to try today.

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Reduce Concussion Risk During Everyday Activities

Reduce Concussion Risk During Everyday Activities

Many concussions occur during everyday activities. While it’s impossible to prevent concussions completely, you can lower your risk by following general safety guidelines.

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Is Age-Related Hearing Loss Affecting Your Daily Life? - Virtua Article

Is Hearing Loss Affecting Your Daily Life?

Are you struggling to hear the TV across the room or to hear in crowded spaces? These gradual changes often are caused by a common condition called age-related hearing loss.

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