Here's how to maintain your current active lifestyle.
Older adults want to enjoy their independent living as long as possible. Yet this can become a challenge as people face more health issues.
"Most life changes that cause older adults to lose some or all of their independence occur either gradually or suddenly," says Dr. Jennifer Rhodes-Kropf, a primary care geriatrician at Harvard-affiliated Hebrew SeniorLife's Center Communities of Brookline, Mass. "You need to stay on top of critical areas that can jeopardize your health and lifestyle."
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