Sepsis: Deadly Condition Requires Urgent Treatment

Despite the fact that sepsis affects more than 1.5 million Americans each year, it’s been called a silent epidemic and urgent public health issue.

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Exercise May Improve Cognitive Functions in Stroke Patients

Exercise is essential to good health for everyone. Now a recent study suggests that an exercise routine can have positive mental health benefits for stroke survivors.

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Savvy Senior: New Medicare Cards Debut Next Year

Dear Savvy Senior,

I just received my Medicare card in the mail and was surprised to see that the ID number is the same as my Social Security number.

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New Events Enliven 16th Annual Senior Games

Despite rain looming in the forecast, the first round of events for the 16th annual York County Senior Games kicked off dry and without a hitch.

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Dear Pharmacist: Dulse – Superfood of the Sea

Quick—what food is red, salty, chewy, and delicious? If you said bacon, you’re close … sort of!

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Nominate an Angel of Alzheimer’s

Help the Alzheimer’s Association celebrate the second annual Grand Purple Gala with a nomination for the Angel of Alzheimer’s Award.

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Senior Games Create New Friends, New Hobbies

May proved not only a prime time for exceptional weather, but for athletes as well.

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Office of Aging Offering Free Swim Classes

The Lancaster County Office of Aging will offer free aquatic exercise classes during the summer months at five local community pools.

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Hepatitis C Screening Recommended for Boomers — Are You at Risk?

The generation that tuned their transistor radios to listen to the Beatles, Led Zeppelin, or the Carpenters has something else in common: the potential for being infected with hepatitis C.

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