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Sunrise Stories: Diana Iaccobucci

Diana Iaccobucci, Executive Director - Sunrise of Wilmette, IL

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Healthy Habits and Medication Can Help Heart Conditions

People who have had a heart attack or stroke, or have a high risk of experiencing one of these conditions, will benefit from the new joint guidelines from the American College of Cardiology Foundation and the American Heart Association.

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Alzheimer's Caregivers Need Support

In honor of National Alzheimer's Awareness Caregiver Month, many activists are pushing for a course of action that will help the nation and individuals meet the rising demands for Alzheimer's care, the Statesman Journal reports.

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Sunrise Stories: Cheryl Motzer

Cheryl Motzer, Daughter of Resident - Calusa Harbour, FL

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Organ Transplants May Increase Cancer Risk

A recent study found that organ transplant recipients in the United States are twice as likely to develop cancer than the general population, USA Today reports.

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Octogenarian Climbs Mount Kilimanjaro, Breaks Record

When Richard Byerley, 84, reached the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro in October, he became the oldest person to climb the mountain on foot, AARP reports.

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Sunrise Stories: Rhoda Sheer

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Scientists Discover How to Slow Aging

In researching a cure for a deadly childhood disease, scientists from Durham University in the United Kingdom made a breakthrough that may mean that they will be able to slow down the human body's process of aging, the UK Press Association reports.

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