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Not Just Bone Density Anymore: Genetics, Aging and Osteoporosis

New ways of studying osteoporosis may help better predict fracture

July 15, 2015

New ways of studying osteoporosis may help better predict fracture

One of the defining moments of my work in aging research was learning how dramatically age affects the deterioration of the skeleton. This realization motivated me to perform research focused on understanding age effects on the skeleton. Thus I have spent my career studying the impact of low bone density and working to characterize the contributors to age-related bone loss (osteoporosis).

Families Appreciate CNAs at Hebrew Rehabilitation Center in Boston

Highlighting the great work of one of HRC’s Certified Nursing Assistants

July 9, 2015

Families appreciate CNAs at Hebrew Rehabilitation Center in Boston

I saw Pat a few months ago on one of her many visits to Hebrew Rehabilitation Center. It was a beautiful spring day and she was visiting her mother so they could take in the sunshine together. I sought her out because I wanted to ask her to elaborate on feedback she sent in about Nomfundo Woods Mzamo, a certified nursing assistant at HRC, who she nominated for the “Hebrew SeniorLife ROCKS*” award.

Advanced Style comes to NewBridge on the Charles

Community members gather to celebrate senior women

July 8, 2015

Advanced Style comes to NewBridge on the Charles

Ari Seth Cohen shoots Orchard Cove resident Sylvia CarlWe were so fortunate a few weeks ago to have Ari Seth Cohen present his documentary, Advanced Style at NewBridge on the Charles in Dedham as a part of our “

Celebrating the 4th of July with Immigration Stories from HRC Residents

America is a melting pot and so is Hebrew Rehabilitation Center Boston

July 1, 2015

The Fourth of July holiday heralds the height of summer — the time to hit the beach and fire up the grill. But it also provides an opportunity to pause and reflect on what is means to be an American—who we really are. The United States is in large part a country of immigrants and the residents who live at Hebrew Rehabilitation Center in Boston reflect the rich diversity of the immigrant experience.

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