Studies show that there are numerous ways we can enhance what we have, and even reverse some of the features of the aging brain.
When we start to age, care and thought now need to take place before we even think of placing our feet on our front porch! Welcome to the aging feet!
While aging eyes isn’t something we can control, there are things we can do to mitigate damage to senior eyes and help them age gracefully.
Kidneys are so important that nature decided that humans need TWO of them. Yes, kidney health is important but they don’t get the attention they deserve. March 10th is Kidney Health Day – this year’s theme is Kidney Health for All!
There are many interpretations of what elder abuse is. Most of us think of violence, but abuse of seniors can actually comprise many things.
Learn about the differences between Type-I Diabetes, Type II- Diabetes and Type III-Diabetes, some of the symptoms, and ways to manage your own condition or support those you love who are living with it.
The connected home, or the smart home, is popping up everywhere – including the residents of our seniors.
The winter season holds some special concerns for seniors. No one feels the Canadian freeze more than our elders.
Taking care of yourself leads to you taking care of others. Caring for your personal physical and mental health is the most unselfish thing you can do for yourself, for your family and your community.