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Institute for Aging Research Director Discusses Fall Prevention in Video for Harvard Gazette

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Scientists at the Institute for Aging Research are hard at work investigating effective, applicable methods to lower the risk of falls among older adults. In this video for the Harvard Gazette, IFAR Director Dr. Lew Lipsitz discusses the benefits of tai chi practice and electrical stimulation. Tai chi has become a popular activity among the residents of our senior living communities. Find out why. 

 

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Former Media Relations Specialist

As Media Relations Specialist at Hebrew SeniorLife, Courtney was responsible for communicating HSL’s unique stories to the world. Courtney has a background in marketing communications with previous work experience from The New England Center for Children, Neiman Marcus, and The Washington Post. She earned an MBA with a marketing concentration from Bentley University (Waltham, MA) and a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from Trinity College (Hartford, CT)

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