Supporting Seniors After The Loss of A Spouse
As we age, many things can change in our lives – our sight and hearing can go, we lose our dexterity, and we even might begin to lose a lot of our friends and loved ones. Making sure your loved one Continue Reading →
It is heart month, which is annually celebrated by the American Heart Association. A healthy heart relies on many factors, but diet and exercise play a vital role. These are two heart health things Continue Reading →
Falling among aging adults is the leading cause of injury and death. Falling can be something that can be prevented and less detrimental if precautionary steps are taken. First, here are some Continue Reading →
With seasonal changes quickly approaching, we must prepare ourselves for the inevitable: Cold, wind, rain, snow, and darkness. With this type of weather pattern emerging, we need to ensure Continue Reading →
What makes you happy?
To some, this is a simple question, but to others, it may be one of the most difficult questions to provide an answer to. Why is this? Why is it that we see others laughing and having a wonderful time, but Continue Reading →
What is it?
As defined by the National Osteoporosis Foundation: It is a disease of the bones that happens when you lose too much bone, make too little bone, or both. Osteoporosis means “porous bone” so the more porous one’s bones are Continue Reading →
Arthritis is caused by inflammation of the tissue lining the joints. With that being said, there are seven types of arthritis, but the two that most commonly occur are osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.
Osteoarthritis is the leading form and normally affects people that are aging. This condition tends to effect Continue Reading →