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Understanding Your Well-Being Screening: What Questions Doctors Ask Those Over the Age of 65 and Why

Americans live longer today than ever before. More than one in every seven adults in the U.S. is 65 or older—and the average person can now expect to celebrate their...

Traumatic Brain Injury: What to Know

Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) affect approximately 1.4 million Americans annually, and according to the Brain Trauma Foundation, TBIs are the leading cause of death and disability in children and adults...

Summit Health's 3 Tips for Fall Risk Prevention in Older Adults

While the fight against COVID-19 is still top of mind for most, we must also be mindful of other health concerns that plague people every day such as mental health...

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