- Your Voice
(BPT) - With flu season in full swing, many adults are visiting their health care providers to discuss ways to stay healthy. Have you thought about other potentially serious diseases you may be at risk for as an adult?
(NAPSI)—While winter, with its cold temperatures and extreme weather, can be an isolating time for many, it can be particularly tough on seniors. When driving conditions deteriorate and roads are slippery, many seniors don’t feel safe enough to venture out of their homes. Others just don’t like the cold and often forgo regular activities and visits with family and friends that involve going outdoors.
I think we can all agree that life is one grand sweet song. It’s no wonder we’d do anything to make it last. But history tells us that many of us quit too soon. We disengage and engineer a premature old age.
In March 2002, Sun City resident Rita Edelstein had a liver transplant.
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