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Even without a cancer diagnosis, aging is no simple feat. Activities that were easy when the body was young now take more effort, and most older adults compensate with the help of reading glasses, hearing aids, maybe even walking support, and other common components of aging.

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Have you delayed retiring because of the financial crisis?

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A green apple in a woman's palm in front of green grass
September 16, 2014
In the midst of taste changes, lack of appetite, and nausea, helping patients with cancer stay hydrated can be a challenge. But more and more research reveals that although water is still the most hydrating fluid on the planet, other fluids and the water content in foods help avoid dehydration.
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