Did you guess hearing loss? You’re correct. Age-related hearing loss, also called presbycusis, is the gradual loss of hearing in both ears. It’s a common problem linked to aging. About 30 percent of adults over age 65 have hearing loss. What are the causes? Can it be prevented? How is it treated? How do you live with it? Learn more about this common issue.
Watch this video before your next trip to the grocery store. Sticking to a healthy breakfast doesn’t mean you have to give up those morning favorites entirely. In this video, Narmin Virani, RD, LDN, Clinical Dietitian, UMass Memorial Weight Center, shares some smart alternatives. This is part one of our smart grocery shopping clips.
Do you have a rosy outlook and see the glass as half full rather than half empty? If so, your good attitude may have even more benefits than you think as you’ll discover in this blog post. A growing number of scientific studies suggest optimistic people tend to live longer and have better physical and mental health than pessimistic people.
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Guest Blogger: Deanna Richmond, MD, South County Pediatrics, Webster, MA
As with many things in life, mom groups on social media have both an upside and a downside. On the positive side, these online communities are a great forum for moms to communicate with one another and get support on a wide range of everyday issues. Being a new or stay-at-home mom can be isolating so to virtually connect with a group of women who “get” you can be a real sanity-saver!
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