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BOOM! Roast!! – Week 4: WHOMPIN!

Well… It was definitely a Saturday, eh? Six Top 25 teams lost, two from the Top 10 while a further three scored a ball game until the end (four if you count what we all had to watch). It was the closest thing to a Blood Saturday we’ve had in …

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Take Action Now to Protect Sight in Your Old Age |

Here’s some good news: With the average life expectancy in the United States increasing by almost 10 years over the past half-century, more of us are living longer. As a result, however, age-related health problems are also on the rise, including eye diseases that lead to poor vision. Most people …

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An overview of current and future eyewear trends

To share Tweeter To share To share E-mail The eyes are one of the most important sense organs and clear vision is essential because humans perceive up to 80 percent of all impressions through sight. Glasses therefore play an important role in human life, whether it is eyeglasses or fashionable …

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Tips to help older loved ones prevent falls

Falls Prevention Week is September 20-24. It is designed to increase awareness of falls, health and injury prevention. Image Metro Media Staff report VERSAILLES – During Falls Prevention Week, the Versailles Rehabilitation and Care Center, the 112-bed qualified nursing establishment, recommends that the elderly and their families carry out a …

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Fall into crisis | OHSU News

Falls from ground level are a common cause of traumatic injuries, and OHSU doctors encourage people to use proven fall prevention tips. (Getty Images) The leading cause of traumatic injuries treated at Oregon Health & Science University now involves people, usually older, falling over on flat ground. Known as falls …

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