Getting older is unavoidable but the choices you make along the way are not. From the foods you eat and the ways you stay active to the relationships you form along the way, it all impacts the speed that you age.
With cooler weather comes flu season. And, like every year, there are things you can do to avoid this unpleasant “bug.”
Each year, Medicare health and drug plans can vary due to changes in legislature and overall healthcare guidelines. The variables that may differ are things like cost, coverage, and what providers and pharmacies are in your networks.
Did you know that one in four older Americans falls every year?
Falls are the leading cause of both fatal and nonfatal injuries for people over 65 years old.
Knee osteoarthritis has more than doubled in prevalence since the mid-20th century after occurring at low frequencies since prehistoric times, a study has found.
You’ve probably heard that you need to take probiotics for gut health, but do you know how to get them, or what they even do? Nor did we, so we created this guide to help.
We’ve all heard the saying, “age is just a number.” Nowhere is that more important than in the hospital setting.
No doubt they were wondering why I was sitting on my briefcase. I joked to no one in particular “My nuclear codes,” trying to deflect awkwardness. The case actually concealed an orthotic sitting cushion that muffled the pain in my lower back; without it, silent shrieking was all I heard.
Or maybe they had noticed I was the only one sweating. The air-conditioning tempered the tropical heat, but it was no match for the corset heat wrap that lay discreetly under my tailored suit…
What I wish I knew about caregiving early on is that the 24/7 ongoing responsibilities never let up. If you’re a caregiver, you’ve also learned a thing or two.
At the age of 60 and above, how tech savvy and social media active do you think you will still be?