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Changing Aging in the Granite State | Living Well

  • Aired: 12/28/2011
  • 26:46
  • Rating: NR
Being healthy allows us to enjoy retirement, remain mobile and make contributions to the communities where we live. Joining Allison McNair to talk about staying healthy is Terry Johnson, director of HEAL (healthy eating and active living), also Dain LaRoche from the University of New Hampshire, who studies the importance of strength and mobility in preventing falls.
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