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Living an Independent Life: Avoiding Amputation
Tuesday, December 15, 2009

With each passing year, millions of Baby Boomers join the ranks of senior citizens. Many of them live fulfilling lives, enjoying the greater freedom they have to spend time seeing the people and taking part in the activities that they love. For others, the so-called “golden years” are less than golden because they are dominated by difficult health problems.
Living an Independent Life: Preventing Stroke, Vascular Dementia
Monday, November 30, 2009
Methodist Medical Center is providing a series of articles to help people live more independent lives as they age. This article features information from David Stanley, M.D., a board-certified surgeon and wound treatment specialist on the Methodist staff.
Living an Independent Life: Cardiac Rehab
Monday, November 30, 2009
In this article, Sharon Ollis, manager of Methodist’s cardiopulmonary rehabilitation program, discusses the role of cardiac rehab in helping people with certain heart conditions enjoy a better quality of life.