National diabetes month was created to spread awareness and help people who are at-risk to take the steps they need to live a healthier, safer life.
Nearly 16 million Americans have been diagnosed with COPD; however, it is believed that millions more have it and are unaware.
If you are an older person, you can celebrate your achievements and contributions to society, and perhaps change a little of the stigma surrounding aging, by taking small, actionable steps that reaffirm your value to the rest of society.
According to the National Fire Prevention Association, adults over 65 are twice as likely to be killed or injured by fires. In order to lessen these risks, there are several tips that you can use to improve the fire safety of your home.
With the proper daily lifestyle and medical treatment, arthritis doesn’t need to slow you down. Here are six ways that you can continue to remain active despite having arthritis.
As a caregiver, it’s important to care for yourself as well as for your loved one. Follow these five key tips to improve the quality of care.
Equipping yourself with a medical alert system offers great protection against falls or other mishaps. It’s up to you to choose which one works best for you and how you live.
If you have concerns about a loved one’s memory or cognitive abilities, then you will want to know the 10 warning signs and symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease.
Are you ready should an emergency occur? Few things can help older adults prepare for an emergency better than a medical alert system.
With a Medical Alert system, set-up is super easy—often taking a matter of minutes on your end. Once installed, the sense of security is instantaneous.