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Most people are focused on wellness these days. While measures to maintain your physical health are paramount, staying well as you age involves many factors and takes a multifaceted approach. Spiritual, emotional and mental, intellectual, social, occupational, financial, and environmental wellness are all important.

These make up what Mallory Durst, a certified physician assistant at The Hallmark who specializes in senior health, calls the “eight dimensions of wellness.”

Mallory advises residents at The Hallmark in Uptown Houston.

“We must care for the many sides of ourselves to be truly well,” she said. “We are more likely to stay well as we age when we have close and easy access to friends, activities, and support — like at The Hallmark.”

With so many resources, activities, and opportunities for self-exploration, seniors can take advantage of the many physical, spiritual, mental, and intellectual enrichment opportunities The Hallmark offers.

For additional details about The Hallmark, call

713-624-5576 or visit www.thehallmark.org.

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