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4 Tips For Senior Citizens Recovering From Knee Surgery

Over 70,000 citizens throughout the UK and Wales have knee replacement surgery each year

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Reducing the Risk of Heart Disease

According to new research published in the British Medical Journal, cardiovascular disease accounts for the highest number of deaths among women in the country and is the second-leading cause of death for men.

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Can Arthritis Be Prevented?

Arthritis is a debilitating group of conditions that affects millions of people throughout the UK.

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Study Finds Arthritis Patients Benefit From Regular Aerobic Exercise

A new study by the Norwegian University of Science and Technology suggests that aerobic training may work particularly well at lowering risk of heart disease and reducing joint pain for arthritis patients.

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The Dangers Of Hip Fractures And How To Prevent Them

As people grow older, their bones and joints become frailer and their risks of injury from falls increase. It's very common for senior citizens who fall to experience hip fractures.

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Understanding the Different Types of Arthritis

Senior citizens should know that arthritis isn't a single condition, but a term used to describe various forms of joint pain that impact millions of people.

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Moderate Chocolate Consumption Found to 'Lower Risk of Heart Disease'

A new study by researchers at Aberdeen University in Scotland found that consuming chocolate may lead to lower chances of developing heart disease and stroke.

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The Effects of Stress And How To Manage It

Stress can have many negative effects on the body for people of all ages. However, as we get older, the impact of stress can become even more severe, as our bodies become weaker and, in some cases, more vulnerable to illness.

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