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Heading for a Fall?

There is a right way and a wrong way to fall. As we get older, falls that result in broken bones, concussions or other injuries can be more serious.

The people who fall for a living – Hollywood’s stunt men and women, have some tips should you find yourself losing your balance:

  • Protect Your Head – If you’re falling backward, tuck your chin into your chest. If you’re falling forward, turn your face to the side.
  • Land Where the Bones Aren’t – Try to position yourself so you fall on muscle, not bone. The best place to absorb a fall is on your butt. Second best would be your back or thighs.
  • Stay Bent – Our natural instinct when we fall is to panic and stiffen up. This is the wrong move. Try to stay loose with your arms and legs bent. Do not try and stop your fall with an outstretched hand. That’s a good way to break your wrist.
  • Keep Falling – Don’t try and stop suddenly. The more you can roll and spread the stress out to a larger area of the body, the better your chances of minimizing injuries.s

3 Steps To Preventing Winter Colds

As we age, the dangers of a winter cold increase. For adults 65 and older, that nagging cough can turn into flu, pneumonia, kidney failure or more.

Medical pros remind you of 3 things you can do to keep winter bugs from going viral in your system:

  1. Get Your Flu Shot
  2. Wash Your Hands – Especially if you visit friends or family members in a hospital or nursing home
  3. Don’t Smoke – Studies show even 1 cigarette can lower your ability to fight off a virus for the up to 24 hours after you smoke it!

Walk Away from Diabetes

New research shows that you may reduce your risk of diabetes by taking 15-minute walk after meals.

Light Makes Right

New medical research indicates that light may be of significant help in treating a number of medical conditions.

Among those now be studied for the positive effects of light therapy are:

  • Depression
  • Alzheimer’s disease
  • Sleep Disorders
  • Skin Cancer

If you or someone you love is affected by these conditions, consult with your physician.

Hot Chocolate as Health Food (No, Really!)

Here's some good news at last!

A 2013 Harvard study indicates that drinking two cups of cocoa a day may help your brain stay healthy and improve critical thinking.

Where did we put the marshmallows?

"I'm not a doctor, but I play one on TV" was first said in a commercial for what product?

Vicks Formula 44
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