Five secrets for aging gracefully

September 19, 2019 Providence Seniors Health Team

If you comfortably call yourself a senior citizen, you’ve probably heard all the standard truisms more than once:

Age is just a number. You’re only as young as you feel. These are your golden years.

Just because they border on cliché doesn’t mean these familiar sayings aren’t true. More people are living longer and enjoying healthier, more productive senior years than ever before. At 103, Ruth Ehrlich is a prime example of staying active and living well. Hear her story.

September is Healthy Aging Month. To celebrate, we’ve compiled five secrets to help you age gracefully and enjoy your golden years.

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This information is not intended as a substitute for professional medical care. Always follow your healthcare professional's instructions.

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From how to identify and treat heart diseases to exercise tips to maintain an active lifestyle, the Providence Senior's Health team is committed to providing real-world advice that is hyper-relevant to helping those 65+ find ways stay young at heart

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