Jun 09

Tips for Preventing Falls

By MD for Seniors

While you can do your best to be extra careful throughout your day, sometimes, that’s not enough.

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one in three older adults aged 65 and above will fall every year. Unfortunately, two million individuals are taken to the emergency room for surgery. While falling is a serious issue in itself, it could actually cause further health concerns in the future, such as hip fractures, brain injury, and even a complete loss of independence.

If you are an older adult worried about taking a fall, don’t worry. There are plenty simple …read more

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