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Take a Stand—Sitting, the Silent Killer
Sitting all day can be as dangerous for your health as smoking. Here are a few ways to improve your health by getting you up on your feet.
Top 5 Things to Keep You Traveling Comfortably
For people who travel frequently, plane rides can be uncomfortable and tiring to endure. These five items can help reduce discomfort while traveling.
Take a Stand: Sitting, the Silent Killer
Did you know that sitting all day can be as dangerous for your health as smoking? Here are a few ways to improve your health by getting you up on your feet.
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February 8, 2024
Winter Safety Tips for Seniors
Winter can be hazardous for anyone, but especially for senior citizens. They can be more at risk for a number of winter hazards, due to lower response times, more health issues, and more sensitivities. Follow these tips to stay safe during winter conditions.
February 7, 2024
Playing Sports and Wearing AFOs
Learn how professional athletes and kids can participate in sports while wearing AFO braces. Find out how to prevent leg irritation with the right socks for AFO braces.
January 16, 2024
What are orthotics? An orthotic brace is something that is worn to improve mobility, relieve pain, align joints, or treat injury or medical conditions. There are many different styles of braces for nearly every part of the body.
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