According to The National Institute on Aging, more than one in three people age 65 years old older falls each year. Studies show that if a person falls once, they are even more likely to fall again. Taking a tumble is not just ungraceful or embarrassing, it can result in broken bones, head injuries, hospital stays or permanent disability.
Falls are not inevitable, even with aging. Here are some ways to minimize the likelihood of falling.
Being independent is everyone's goal, and one way to keep this a reality is to avoid falls.
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