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AARP Nebraska hosts series about popular diets
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With the economic downturn and the temporary closure of many places that serve group meals to older adults, the coronavirus pandemic is making food even harder to access for many.
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Well, it’s time to put summer behind us and shift gears to fall and winter activities!  AARP is offering several learning opportunities in collaboration with the Center for Health Promotion this October and November.
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Want to live your best possible life? Sure we are living longer but there are steps we can all take to make sure that we are living the healthiest lives possible. Regardless of our age, there are proven benefits from regular exercise, good nutrition and staying sharp mentally.
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AARP and the YMCA have partnered to increase community health and wellness through diabetes education and prevention. The effort aligns with the mission and vision of both organizations to enhance the quality of life for Delawareans and ensure that people can age with dignity and independence. Access to health information is one part of making successful aging happen.
Workshops
Thanks for attending the AARP Virginia Academy! As promised, below are the presentations that were presented on Saturday.
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It’s hard to plan meals when money is tight and it may be even harder to spend limited cash on perishables. In an effort to improve nutrition, a new program will offer incentives for low-income people to buy fresh fruits and vegetables.
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