Poor vision may increase your risk of falls by preventing you from seeing obstructions in your path. The following are five common conditions that can affect your ability to see properly.
The flu can affect persons of any age. In fact, young children and adults over the age of 65 are at most risk for developing complications related to the flu.
Although the terms heart attack and cardiac arrest are often used interchangeably, the two medical terms actually reflect very different conditions with different causes and treatments.
The notion that men are at greater risk may be because some heart disease symptoms in women differ from those in men – making it difficult to diagnose.
There are many ways that technology can make life easier for senior citizens. Here are some of the daily benefits of modern technology for seniors.
Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) can affect anyone at any point in time. However, it’s most prevalent in those who don’t get regular exposure to sunlight and in winter months, which is why it’s often referred to as the winter blues.
Having a list of the things you want to achieve during the year can help you stay healthy, focused and safe. If you are a senior adult or a caregiver, here are five healthy New Year’s resolutions you should consider.
Here’s what you need to know to make your Thanksgiving healthy and safe for the older adults in your family.
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.