You At Your Best

September 2020 • Come to Your Senses

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Our connection to the outside world is vital to our health and well-being, and for that we rely on our senses of sight, sound, smell, taste and touch. In this issue of You at Your Best, we explore the age-related loss of those senses and examine ways to protect them. We evaluate the best ways to clean our hands in this time of touchless contact. And we remind readers why counting on our sixth sense isn't always the best idea when it comes to symptoms of stroke and heart attack. 5 making "scents" Changes in smell & taste 7 the future's so bright… Why wearing shades is more than just cool 6 Seek treatment Don't ignore symptoms of heart attack or stroke during COVID-19 4 Heart attack symptoms require fast action 5 Let's talk: Hospice, palliative care and the logistics of dying 6 5 ways to protect against hearing loss 7 Vision greatly affects driving ability 8 Don't touch that! Hand hygiene in the time of COVID-19 Hearing allows us to look in all directions 9 Washington regional Committed to Senior Care Safeguard Your Senses September 2020 | COme tO YOur SenSeS ISSue features contents 2 | YOu At YOur beSt | nWADg.COm/YOuAtYOurbeSt September - COme tO YOur SenSeS | SunDAY, AuguSt 30, 2020

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