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Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Richard J. Kuehn

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  1. CHOMP, Holding A Class On Knee And Hip Replacement Surgery On August 18
    15 Aug, 2017
    CHOMP, Holding A Class On Knee And Hip Replacement Surgery On August 18
    CHOMP is having a number of classes and events happening in August including one for those considering Joint Replacement which will be held on Friday, August 18 from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m. in Conference Room A.  Find out what causes joints to wear out and how you decide if and when joint surgery is the right option for you.  This free class will also tell you what activities you can do after the surgery, as well as how long replacement joints last.  To register, call 1-888-452-4667 or go to
  2. Device Coming To Market To Enable You To Take E.K.G., Heart Readings And Upload It To Your Physician
    15 Aug, 2017
    Device Coming To Market To Enable You To Take E.K.G., Heart Readings And Upload It To Your Physician
    A group of U.C. Berkeley students have invented a digital stethoscope which transfers a patient’s heart rate and other vital signs to the company’s secure portal where the data can be shared with other physicians for a second opinion.  Over 700 hospitals now use the technology which was developed by the company Eko Devices.  Next up for the company is a device called the duo which is for home use.  Small enough to fit into the palm of your hand, it combines electrocardiogram, or E.K.G. readings
  3. Glen Campbell Passes Away After Battling Against Alzheimer’s Disease
    09 Aug, 2017
    Glen Campbell Passes Away After Battling Against Alzheimer’s Disease
    Glen Campbell passed away today at the age of 81 after fighting a brave battle against Alzheimer’s disease.  In 2011, Campbell and his wife announced that he was suffering from Alzheimer’s disease but would still release a new album and go on a Goodbye Tour while he could still perform.  Will Hermes of Rolling Stone reviewed the album and wrote “baroquely arranged drama that echoes his string-swelled seventies hit…Dude’s definitely not going out softly.”  Campbell played his final Nashville show
  4. Sedentary Women’s Body Cells Eight Years Older Than Active Women Of The Same Age
    02 Aug, 2017
    Sedentary Women’s Body Cells Eight Years Older Than Active Women Of The Same Age
    A recent study which was published in the American Journal of Epidemiology found that postmenopausal women who don’t exercise have body cells that are biologically about eight years older than those of women who exercise regularly.  For the study, 162K women between the ages of 50-79 wore an active measuring device and those who spent 10 or more hours a day sitting or lying down had shorter telomeres than did those with less than eight sedentary hours per day.  Telomeres are the caps at the tips
  5. Stick With Your Exercise Routine If You Have Arthritis, Even If It Seems Tedious
    29 Jul, 2017
    Stick With Your Exercise Routine If You Have Arthritis, Even If It Seems Tedious
    It can be tough exercising regularly when you have arthritis.  However, it’s imperative that you stick with it to keep your mobility.  A recent study which was published in the journal Arthritis Care & Research of 1,629 adults age 49 and older with joint pain, achiness and stiffness found that those who exercised for at least 45 minutes per week were able to walk faster and had better daily function than those who exercised less often.  Talk to your physician about what’s the best exercise plan
  6. Study Shows Anti-Inflammatory Foods Naturally Slow Bone Loss In Women
    26 Jul, 2017
    Study Shows Anti-Inflammatory Foods Naturally Slow Bone Loss In Women
    Eating healthy anti-inflammatory foods such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains, fish and nuts may help some women prevent weight loss, according to a study published in the Journal of Bone and Mineral Research.  Researchers analyzed the diets of more than 10,000 women ages 50-79 ranking the foods they ate by how much they cause inflammation, a process which damages the body over time.  Women with the more anti-inflammatory diets lost less bone over a six year study period than those who ate