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Healthy aging can be achieved many ways and learning how to implement simple changes in your life can be beneficial as a senior. Exercising more often, paying attention to your weight, eating healthy foods rich in micronutrients and engaging with others while enjoying your favourite hobby are all great ways to improve your quality of life during retirement.
lifestyle change, healthy aging, community engagement, active aging
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Rated on: 1/23/2019 1:00:13 PM
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