Keeping in physical shape is one of the best ways to strengthen muscles and reduce the joint pain that comes from having arthritis.
Brain health is something that everyone should be working on. If you are a family caregiver for your elderly loved one, you can help them to improve their brain health.
Many people only think of a heart attack when they have severe chest pain. The problem is that when people wait until that symptom arises, it may be too late.
As the population is aging, the number of seniors with functional impairments is also increasing.
Having a strong, supportive social network improves your senior’s life in a variety of ways.
Having a plan on what to do or where you might go when it happens is a vital piece of the puzzle in helping keep seniors safe while they depend on care.
If your dad is overweight or diagnosed with a chronic health condition, diet and exercise are two of the most commonly recommended lifestyle changes.
Getting older isn’t always easy. The older you get, the higher the risk of chronic health conditions.
June is National Safety Month and when there is a senior in your life you are worried about, you need to take action. There is no time to waste.
Now that summer is just around the corner, there are more things for people to do outdoors. One problem with this is that many elderly people who are outdoors a lot get dehydrated or have immunity issues.