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“Every year, countless people will suffer preventable vision loss. National glaucoma awareness month is your chance to tell your loved ones about the danger of glaucoma and help ensure they won’t join the ranks of the blind.”—Duncan Gumaer For more information on glaucoma, read our in-depth blog post here!
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a rare disease that damages motor neurons in both the brain and spinal cord, affecting muscle movement. This continual damage causes motor neurons to die, making it difficult for the brain to control muscle movement and eventually leading to paralysis. ALS, sometimes known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease, does not discriminate […]
Arthritis affects one out of every five Americans – an estimated 52.5 million people – and is the leading cause of disability in the nation. The condition itself can make it difficult and painful to conduct even the most mundane daily tasks such as walking, climbing stairs, using a computer, or brushing your teeth. The […]
Sleep apnea is a chronic condition that pauses the breath of a person while they are asleep. The soft tissue at the back of the throat reclines and obstructs a person’s airway while they sleep. It affects people of all ages, however, sleep apnea occurs most often in adults over the age of 60. In […]
The American Heart Association reports that the number of Americans with CHD has increased to an estimated 16.3 million, more than half of whom are 65 or older. Older adults face many barriers to preventing, recognizing, diagnosing, treating and managing heart disease. One common challenge is that older adults do not have access to heart […]