Falls Prevention
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Falls Prevention
Falls Prevention
Did you know that more than 33% of adults in the U.S., who are 65 or older fall each year? Falls are also the leading cause of accidental death in older adults. The good news is that we can do a lot to prevent falls.
Did you know that by making some simple changes you could prevent a nasty fall? Falls are a major cause of broken hips and other serious...
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More than a third of adults 65 and older fall each year in the United States. There are many causes of falls, including problems with...
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Check out this great infographic on simple changes around the house that may reduce risk of falling.
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