The Link Between Mobility and Exercise

Active older adults are likelier to be more mobile, and likelier to retain mobility, than those who are sedentary. Less than one hour of extra exercise (performed at a moderate intensity) every week can help to contribute to an older...

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A Stair Lift to Bolster Independence

Most any appliance made to assist a person with limited mobility will bolster independence. But for someone in a wheel chair, the options are limited. Limited mobility caused by tragic accident, old age, or disease is not something for which...

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Mobility Issues

In today’s world smartphones and other e-type devices and apps are connecting us to our health care. But for someone with mobility issues there is no app for the effort to ascend stairs to reach the bedroom/bathroom, to cross a...

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Mobility Problems with the Elderly

The body breaks down with age. And the breakdown eventually leads to mobility issues. the severity of mobility problems varies between people. The main issue for most is unsteadiness. Unsteadiness can happen while a person is walking, standing, or getting...

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