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ORTHO & PAIN: A New Hip for John

Pain. Slowly creeping, insidious pain. Over the course of at least a decade, nagging pain in my left hip managed to permeate every corner of my life until I finally slid into depression. I wanted to crawl off in a leafy hollow and hide like a wounded animal.

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Taking Care of Your Aging Spine

Thanks to the baby boom generation, there will be more Americans over age 65 in coming years than at any point in history. About 44.7 million Americans were age 65 or older in 2013, the latest year for which data is available, according to the U.S. Administration on Aging.

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Free Vision Services Available in Area

Did you know that by 2030, the National Eye Institute projects that more than 2 million Americans will be considered legally blind?

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Medicare Open Enrollment: 5 Things You Need to Do

Routines help keep us focused, organized, and even healthy. However, if your health routine doesn’t include preparing for Medicare’s Open Enrollment, now’s the time to kick-start a new, healthy habit.

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Do and Don’t Say These to People with Depression

Clinical depression is part of life for 16 million adults in the United States, according to the National Institute for Mental Health.

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Flu Shots Available

Flu shots are available in Lancaster, Chester, and Cumberland counties. See your county for details.

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Depression Treatable, Not Inevitable, in Elderly

Is depression a natural part of aging?

And how common is the condition among older people?

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80 Million Americans Suffer from Poor-Quality Sleep

In Tigers and Traitors, Jules Verne wrote: “Though sleep is called our best friend, it is a friend who often keeps us waiting!”

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Social Security News: The Medicare Age is Still 65

If you’re in your 60s, you probably know that the age to receive full retirement benefits has changed.

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