Keeping or restoring health in the later years often requires more effort and determination than when we are younger. It includes：
36 If your relative of friend has medical problems, you can ask the doctor if changes in diet should be made and whether you should go to an expert for additional information.
37 Always remember that more is not always better, that nothing takes the place of a healthy diet, and that some vitamins and herbs can be dangerous, if taken in excess(过量) or in the presence of certain medical conditions.
38 If your older relative or friend is reasonably healthy, he or she can begin a regular program of exercise including stretching, weight training, and low impact aerobics(有氧健身法), after discussing it with his or her doctor.
Exercise can help to avoid accidents, improve strength and mobility, lower blood pressure, and help to prevent or control some diseases. If your care receiver is weak or ill, you can ask the doctor about what exercises may be appropriate. 39 The expert can show you how to do range of motion, stretching, and strengthening exercises. Over time, these exercises can help to increase strength and mobility.
Staying involved with family and friends. 40 Keeping an active mind with activities ranging from reading to card and board games as well as using a computer. Learning about assistive devices that can enhance your older relative or friend's independence and safety.
A．A medical examination.
B．A healthy diet.
D．It is not necessary for old people to take supplements (补充) of vitamins and minerals.
E．Your older relative of friend may want to begin such an exercise program under the direction of an expert.
F．Taking part in community activities, such as going to senior center activities.
G．Supplements of certain vitamins and minerals, if advised by the doctor or expert.
答案 36-40 BGCEF