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January 01, 2007

Don’t let gravity be your downfall.

One in three. That’s how many adults over 65 fall each year in the United States. Because older bones break more easily, falling injuries for seniors can be traumatic. And too often, life-threatening.

Staying active and strong with daily exercise is key — along with making home environments as safe as possible. Take steps now to learn how to keep yourself — or your loved one — from falling.

For more information on senior fitness and home safety, visit orthoinfo.org and nata.org.

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