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    5 Low-Impact Exercises for Joint Pain

    Build strength with activities that won't strain your joints

    Mixed Results ‘More Disappointing Than Not’ for Alzheimer’s Drug

    Drug targeting protein called tau worked no better than placebo

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    Finding the Humor in TV Captioning

    TV captions can be helpful, pointless or, in some cases, pretty funny

    The Day I Went Deaf

    Katherine Bouton recounts her personal story of gradual hearing loss

    Hearing Loss and Vertigo: Is It Ménière's?

    How to deal with a difficult-to-diagnose condition

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    12 Medical Mistakes That Can Harm You

    Here's a list of the top 12 hospital medical mistakes to watch out for

    6 Memory Boosters for Your Mate

    Stealth strategies can help improve memory and increase your brain health

    What Having Pneumonia Really Means

    Here are the facts to know about Hillary Clinton’s illness

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    With More Patients in ICU, Delirium Is a Growing Problem

    There are ways family and hospital staff can help alleviate the risk

    Where Are the Doctors You'll Need?

    A geriatrician is a medical doctor or physician who is trained to meet the special health issues of older people.


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