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David M. George, R.N., M.Div., recommends easy-to-implement habits for enhancing health and wellness in older adults.
Maintaining physical, emotional and spiritual wellness is always a challenge, but making the necessary lifestyle changes as we age can be overwhelming. Integrating simple, practical habits into everyday life around physical movement, healthy eating and spiritual practices can improve quality of life and longevity. David M. George, R.N., M.Div., recommends easy-to-implement habits for enhancing health and wellness in older adults.
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