Dec 16

3 Fall Prevention Tips For Winter

By MD for Seniors

As people get older, their chances of falling drastically increase. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention explained that 1 in 3 adults over 65 years old falls every year. While many factors contribute to an increased risk of experiencing an incident, winter conditions like ice and snow make it more likely that seniors will fall if they aren’t exercising caution.

While you shouldn’t feel like you can’t go outside in the winter from fear of falling, it is important that you understand how to reduce your risk of falls. Everything from the shoes you wear to how well …read more

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