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Headaches affect about half of adults globally and preventive non-drug strategies can be effective in helping to relieve headache pain and improve quality of life. Low-impact exercise, meditation, and other relaxation techniques can prevent or ease headaches by reducing stress and unwinding tight muscles. Getting enough sleep, eating healthy meals, staying hydrated, and avoiding headache triggers can also help to prevent or reduce the frequency and intensity of headaches.
June is Brain Injury Awareness Month. Older adults are at the highest risk for traumatic brain injury (TBI) of all age groups, says the Can ...
Older adults have fewer headaches than younger adults – but they are still common in older adults. Headaches affect 64% of women and 53% of ...
February is National Therapeutic Recreation Month in Canada and internationally. As a profession, Therapeutic Recreation (TR) recognizes th ...
Fall prevention is one of the most important health considerations for adults over the age of 50. The British Columbia Ministry of Health re ...
Avoiding trips to the intensive care unit is undoubtedly a critical component of senior living, and results of a recent study suggest that t ...

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