Notes On Healthy Aging

MJH Official Blog
December 16, 2022

MIND Institute Renamed in Honor of Frank & Lynn Scaduto

The newly named Frank C. & Lynn Scaduto MIND Institute at Miami Jewish Health provides accessible programs for South Floridians with neurocognitive disorders.

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December 12, 2022

5 Arthritis Management Tips

Arthritis management is a necessity for many people. Read on to learn our top tips for managing arthritis pain in aging adults.

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December 7, 2022

We’re Now Accepting Donations of Cryptocurrency

Miami Jewish Health now accepts Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other types of cryptocurrency donations. For a limited time, learn how you can double your impact.

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December 5, 2022

Are Melatonin Supplements Safe for Seniors?

Melatonin is generally safe, but older adults should be mindful of how this supplement can affect them.

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November 29, 2022

Miami Jewish Health’s Board of Directors for 2022-2023

Miami Jewish Health recently announced its 2022-2023 Board of Directors. M. John Richard was elected Chairman of the Board (succeeding Jeffrey Rittenberg) and Ronald Fieldstone was named Vice Chairman. In addition, the Board also welcomes new Directors Dr. Susan Baker and Patrick Martin. Chairman Richard and the Board would also like to thank recent retirees […]

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November 14, 2022

Give Miami Day

Update on 12/13/22: Give Miami Day was an extraordinary event for Miami Jewish Health! Together, we successfully raised $248,553 for the programs, services and people of Miami Jewish Health and placed 15th out of 1,078 organizations in dollars raised during Give Miami Day.  This is an incredible reflection of our community’s continued commitment to supporting […]

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November 14, 2022

Activity Ideas When Visiting Your Loved Ones

After your loved one moves to an assisted living community, visiting regularly is an important way to stay connected and show how much you care. In fact, healthcare experts agree that frequent visitation and socialization can help keep your loved ones physically, mentally, and emotionally healthy as they age – even when you’re just popping […]

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November 7, 2022

How to Reduce your Loved One’s Risk of Falling

Strength, sight, reflexes, and mobility naturally decline as you get older. What these attributes have in common is that they all help to either avoid tripping hazards, or recover from a stumble and prevent a fall. Even for healthy individuals, the chances of falling only increase with age. In fact, falling is a seriously common […]

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October 17, 2022

Art Therapy in Memory Care

Art therapy provides many benefits for adults with dementia. Try out this paper flower-making crafting activity with your loved one.

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October 10, 2022

Benefits of Low-Impact Exercise

These low-impact exercises help seniors to improve their health with physical fitness while protecting their bones and joints.

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