Diabetes and Eye Health

Article by Barbara Stepko, AARP “Not paying attention to your blood sugar can lead to a lot more than some high digits on your bathroom scale. There’s a laundry list of health complications that come from lofty glucose levels — among them, nerve damage in your...

Keep Moving For Your Heart!

HTS Rehab News – January 2019 Research shows regular exercise can slow cardiovascular aging. As you age and become less active, your heart just like any other muscle in your body can weaken. Healthy blood vessels are flexible however with age blood vessels can become...

Peak Flu Season Is Here

by Sarah Elizabeth Adler, AARP Contributor “Flu season is well underway, and while the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is reporting “widespread” activity in 30 states, experts say this flu season is shaping up to be milder than last year’s. One...

Live Pain Free in 2019!

HTS Rehab News – January 2019 More people in America suffer from pain than diabetes, cancer and heart disease combined. When pain lasts for a long time (3 to 6 months or more), it is called chronic pain. The CDC recently released a report estimating that 50 million...

6 Ways to Get Your Finances Ready for 2019

Article by by Harriet Edleson, AARP “From last-minute contributions to your 401(k) retirement plan to getting a head start on saving for your summer vacation, the end of the year can be a particularly good time to think about the state of your finances. Whatever...