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Making Healthy Choices for Adults Ages 60+: Five ways to LOVE your veggies

When eaten regularly, vegetables can help adults ages 60 and over achieve and maintain good health and weight control, while reducing risk of health problems like heart disease, type 2 diabetes, some…

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Making Healthy Choices for Adults Ages 60+: How to vary your protein routine

By choosing from a variety of protein sources, adults ages 60 and over can get a better range of nutrients to help maintain strong bone and muscle health. Funded by the USDA's Supplemental…

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Making Healthy Choices for Adults Ages 60+: What's a healthy food choice?

Adults ages 60 and over can stay active and healthy by enjoying a variety of foods from each of five food groups. Funded by the USDA's Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program - SNAP.…

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Making Healthy Choices for Adults Ages 60+: How to WIN with whole grains

Grains are a food group to include in a healthy diet every day. Adults ages 60 and over can optimize vitamins, minerals, and fiber by choosing whole grains more often than refined grains. Funded by…

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Making Healthy Choices for Adults Ages 60+: Fabulous fruit five ways

Fruit is packed with good nutrition! Adults ages 60 and over can maximize their budget and keep their taste buds interested by choosing from a variety of fruit sources. Funded by the USDA's…

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Making Healthy Choices for Adults Ages 60+: Think about your drink

When making healthy choices, it's important to consider what we drink. Adults ages 60 and over can maintain optimal hydration, and keep excess calories and added sugar in check, by choosing from…

From  Amy Shovels 4 plays

Making Healthy Choices for Adults Ages 60+: Where to get your calcium

To maintain strong bone health as we age, it’s important to eat and drink foods that supply calcium. Thankfully there are a number of great sources for adults ages 60 and over to choose from! …

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Adult Caregivers Employee Resource Group: Brain Functioning and Cognitive Impairment/Alzheimer’s Disease

In this session, participants gain a deeper understanding of basic brain functioning of the client with Cognitive Impairment/Alzheimer’s Disease. How to successfully navigate the journey of…

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Adult Caregivers Employee Resource Group: Navigating Safety, Risk, and Independence while Caring for our Elders

WorkLife Office Presents: Adult Caregivers Employee Resource Group - Navigating Safety, Risk, and Independence while Caring for our Elders It is a delicate balance to maintain the safety and the…

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Family Employee Resource Group: How to Support Your Children’s Learning from Technology

Young children learning from screens – what works and what doesn’t?In the spring of 2020, children and caregivers had to quickly adapt to learning from screens. This felt like a new and…

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Bioethics for Breakfast: Social Determinants of Elders’ Health

Recorded December 2, 2021. Captions are auto-generated. Featuring presentations from: Anne K. Hughes, PhD, MSW, Director and Associate Professor, School of Social Work, Michigan State University…

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Classifying Child Resistant Designs and Lessons from the Trenches

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2021 MSU AgeAlive Annual Forum: Aging-Related Research Gems Panel

This panel of researchers showcases exciting aging-related research being conducted by MSU faculty and graduate students. Topics include college student caregivers, understanding risks of dementia,…

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KIN 355 - 004 Increasing PA levels part 1

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Mary Frances LaHood: Medical Social Worker

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