Nobody ever has it easy in the prelude to surgery, but there are definitely a few things you can do to make the journey easier mentally and psychologically and to even boost the process and outcome of the surgery.
The risk never goes away after your first heart attack, and you should therefore do your best to maintain a healthy lifestyle and reduce chances of having another heart attack.
Even with arthritic joints as the most common cause of disability, joint replacement surgery promises a full return to your normal activities once you’ve had it.
It is undeniable that memory and cognitive changes can be maddening but fortunately, research has determined that you can help maintain cognitive fitness with these useful tips.
No matter your age it’s never too late to protect your skin against the dangerous rays of the sun. Here are a few ways you can help to protect your skin.
Recognizing the physical manifestations of stress can take you a step closer to managing it. Here’s a look at the effect of chronic stress on your body.
You’ve finally received the long-awaited COVID-19 vaccine, but what summer activities are now safely available to you?
From expanded access to care to greater flexibility, telehealth can provide a tremendous number of benefits for seniors, their caregivers and healthcare providers.
As we age, we may not be able to eat or work out how we did when we were younger. But with these simple lifestyle changes, you can still feel great in your golden years.
Here are the top 5 traits that can peak during the senior years and ways to protect and bolster these traits.