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  • Just 45 Minutes of Weekly Activity for Seniors with Arthritis

    A new Northwestern University study found that seniors who suffer from arthritis need just 45 minutes per week of movement to help maintain functional independence. This is lower than the Federal guidelines which suggest 150 minutes of moderate activity per week.

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  • Honoring Black History Month: Percy Julian

    Acorn Stairlifts, Inc. celebrates #BlackHistoryMonth and today we honor the memory of Percy Julian, a researcher and chemist. 

    Did you Know? Percy Julian was the first African American known scientist. His major discovery was that of synthetic cortisone extracted from soybeans. Cortisone is used commonly today to help treat rheumatoid arthritis.

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  • 25 Years of Lifting Lives!

    Acorn Stairlifts has been serving you for 25 years! We celebrate a milestone that reminds us that we have become part of more than 500,000 lives and was able to reach out to communities around the globe. Our purpose stands stronger, and that is to keep enhancing the lives of everyone who needs help with their stairs.

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  • Honoring Black History Month: Dr. Daniel Hale Williams

    Acorn Stairlifts, Inc. celebrates Black History Month and today we honor the memory of Dr. Daniel Hale Williams, a surgeon.
    Did you Know? In 1893 Dr. Williams was the first African-American to perform open-heart surgery. Having a limited amount of surgical equipment and medicine, Dr. Williams successfully operated on a heart without infection.

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  • Overcome Your Struggles on the Stairs

    Your stairs can sometimes be hurdle that you have to deal with every day and it only becomes more challenging and risky as you advance in years.

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