The good news is that Thanksgiving is not ruined. There are still many safe ways to celebrate the holiday while giving thanks this year.
7 Tips to Be Proactive with Medication Management
Sticking to your medication routine is one big way to stay healthy in these uncertain times. Unfortunately, normal memory lapses, unsupervised drug interactions, and avoidance of the pharmacy due to social distancing can all play a role in disrupting your routine.
7 Socially Distanced Activities to do With Your Grandkids
Don’t let social distancing requirements shortchange your bonding time or the emotional enrichment of an experience. Here are some socially distant activities to try out.
5 Ways to Help Your Loved Ones Age in Place
Aging in place is something we all should be allowed to do. Remaining in one’s home for as long as possible is more comfortable for seniors and keeps them more active and in control of their lives.
How to Choose a Medical Alert System
The most important thing about a Medical Alert system is that it stays on your body, where it belongs, to do its job. Apart from that, you need to decide which system is right for you and your lifestyle. Here are the top five considerations when choosing a medical alert system.
This article will help you understand how you can tell the difference between cold, flu and COVID during the flu season.
The Great American Smokeout event provides seniors with a chance to join thousands of people who want to start a new chapter of a healthier cigarette-free life.
Diabetes care is essential and should be a priority for maintaining a healthy quality of life. Many lifestyle factors can play a role in the development of diabetes.
According to recent reports, if you’re following safety protocols like mask-wearing and frequent hand washing, you can participate in low-risk travel activities include camping, tennis, outdoor dining, walking, biking, golfing, going to a museum, and walking through a downtown.
As the aging population continues to soar in the U.S., so does the prevalence of obesity among these senior citizens. With the number of people aged 65 and above expected to double in 2050, the necessary interventions must be made to address obesity among seniors.