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Actively Aging: Maintaining the Mind

November's “Actively Aging” segment focused on how seniors can maintain a healthy mind. 

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Actively Aging: Socialization

October's “Actively Aging” segment focused on socialization for seniors. 

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WI Attorney General warns seniors about opioid abuse

Attorney General Brad Schimel is telling senior citizens to be aware of the dangers of abusing opioid medication.

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Elders falling becoming a major concern in Wisconsin Video included

Wisconsin is second in the nation for fall-related deaths among people 65 or older, according to the Wisconsin Institute for Healthy Aging. Here in Eau Claire, fire department Deputy Chief, Jon Schultz, said falls make up a majority of the calls the department responds to. 

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Actively Aging: Volunteering

August's “Actively Aging” segment focused on volunteering and how it is beneficial for seniors and the community as a whole. 

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Actively Aging: Nutrition

Keeping our bodies sizzlin' isn't as easy as cooking chicken, but chicken is a good place to start. 

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Actively Aging: Staying Strong

News 18 is introducing a monthly "Actively Aging" segment that focuses on the people who've helped shape the very community we live in today. July's segment was geared toward exercise. 

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