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Fall and injury prevention

Injuries can have significant consequences for healthy aging. Falls are the leading cause of injury among older adults. More than 95 per cent of hip fractures are caused by falling. The good news? Falls can be prevented. Evaluate your risk factors and try strength and balance exercises. Find out more about the latest research below.f

Steady on your feet: New ways to improve balance and avoid falls
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Stop the spinning: Exercises and manoeuvers that help with vertigo
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Avoid falls with these 3 simple tips
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