Heart Disease Prevention for Seniors

Hardly a day goes by that there isn’t something on television, the radio or online about heart disease and associated health problems including stoke,...

Cooking for One: Tips and Recipes

Getting older brings about a lot of changes and one of the most frustrating is cooking for one. Finding ways to cook delicious, satisfying and...

Health Benefits of Laughter for Seniors

Humans have many things in common despite race, color, creed, or geographic origin. One of those is laughter. From infancy forward, we all laugh, and...

Avoiding Elder Dehydration: An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure

Everyone knows that water is essential to life, but many don’t understand how important hydration is as we age. Like infants and children, the elderly...

Tips for Teaching Technology to Seniors

Keeping up with technology is no easy task, even for those who use it all day every day. From laptops to tablets to smartphones, it can quickly become...

Caregiver Crisis Planning: What You Need

You’re at work, digging into your daily routine and the phone rings. It’s your mom’s neighbor calling to tell you your mom took a fall and is on the...

Eyes and Aging: Diseases and Disorders to Watch For

Time takes a toll on our bodies, and our eyes are no exception. Most people start experiencing eye changes as they reach middle age. You may need...

Diet and Dementia: Experts Agree, What You Eat Matters

Dementia is one of the most insidious conditions afflicting humanity — people of every race in every country around the world. As we age, dementia...

Senior Living: Medical Technology Trends

Today’s seniors grew up in a world of black-and-white television (if any), transistor radios, and wall-mounted telephones. Needless to say: Boy, have...

Inpatient Rehab: What to Expect

If inpatient rehab is on the calendar for you, you’re probably wondering what’s in store. A good place to begin is with the definition of...

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