Do you want to stay in your home as you grow older? If the answer is yes, follow these tips from a geriatric specialist to safely age in place.
Are you less confident about your balance as you age? Learn how you can conquer your fear of falling and maintain your independence.
It’s natural to worry about the people you care about. And as your loved ones get older, it can sometimes be difficult to tell whether they’re struggling or just getting older. But you can watch for signs of mental health issues and take steps to help your loved ones stay healthy.
Older adults are prone to experience shifts in their weight for many reasons, which makes nutrition and healthy eating all the more important as we age. Here are some tips for senior nutrition.
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People in the U.S. are living longer than ever. And we all want to spend those years living a full life, rather than just managing chronic disease. Check out these tips that can help ensure your older years are some of your healthiest.
Bodily changes that come with age put older adults at increased risk of dehydration. So, here’s the question: Are you drinking enough?
Your grip strength is an indication of your overall muscle strength. And low muscle mass is harmful for your immune system, cognition and more. Exercises can help.
Keeping your body and mind active with physical and mental exercise can help lower your risk of dementia. Try these tips to keep your brain in good health.
As our parents age, we become more worried about whether or not they should still be driving. Look for specific signs and learn how to approach the situation with your loved ones.
Improving balance is important as you begin to age. These exercises can help you improve your steadiness and prevent injuries from trips, slips and falls.