As a caregiver, it’s important to care for yourself as well as for your loved one. Follow these six key tips to improve the quality of care.
This Mother’s Day, why not choose a theme oriented around your mother’s passion and run with it all day long?
There are ways that you can still celebrate with family without exposure and risk to your health.
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.
Here are tips on how to avoid common heat-related hazards, according to public health and National Institute on Aging (NIA) experts.
No matter your age, it is very important to take precautions against the sun. Here are a few ways you can keep yourself safe from the sun.
These devices help those living with Parkinson’s disease to navigate everyday living activities that pose challenges to them.
With some creativity (and these helpful tips) you can turn this time of uncertainty into an opportunity to nurture your physical and mental health.
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.