A recent article for AARP discusses five great immune-boosting foods to help the public, especially seniors, stay healthy this winter.
A recent article for AgingCare explains that there is no typical “older personality.”
Learn how to spot a health scam from an honest advertisement.
A study from the Journal of Medicinal Foods suggests one food could help prevent Alzheimer’s disease.
Though losing teeth and getting dentures as we aged was commonplace in the past, it should not be expected as we move into the future.
The National Institute on Aging says, “learning about your family health history may help you know if you are at increased risk for certain diseases or medical conditions, like Alzheimer's disease.”
An article by the Huffington Post details a recent study finding that pets improved the health of their owners “by lowering blood pressure and regulating the heart rate during stressful situations."
If increasing or improving your exercise routine is one of your New Year’s resolutions for 2017, the National Institute on Aging offers several different resources.
The National Institute on Aging offers some tips for seniors to help keep track of medications, not only during the holidays, but all of the time.
The Cleveland Clinic offers six practical tips to help you start exercising.
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