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03 Sep 2019
How To Declutter A Home
Post by: Neil Appleby

Today, we’ll give you some actionable tips on how to declutter a home the easy way. As you go through life, you accumulate so many things like decorations for the various holidays, dusty old kids’ toys, boxes and albums packed with pictures, drawings and gifts from children and grandchildren, clothes that have gone out of […]

28 Aug 2019
The Pros & Cons Of Cataract Surgery
Post by: Neil Appleby

Many people over the age of 60 live with the reality of cataracts and cataract surgery. Cataracts is an eye condition that brings about cloudy or blurry vision which can be extremely uncomfortable. Thankfully, cataracts can be treated by an eye doctor. Why Do People Get Cataracts? As time passes, protein builds up on the […]

27 Aug 2019

Health is something that can deteriorate as we age, and as we age we are more susceptible to dangerous illnesses for seniors. In fact, many of the problems that seniors suffer from are not issues that they had to worry about at a younger age. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the […]

23 Aug 2019
5 Tips To Help Seniors Stay Active
Post by: Joe Gilmore

Everyone knows that exercise and staying active is good for you. It can make your more physically fit, make you less stressed out, and give you more self confidence. Most people understand these benefits but still don’t make the lifestyle change to exercise. This may be because they don’t know how to start. There are […]

22 Aug 2019
When Is It Time To Quit Driving
Post by: Neil Appleby

Americans are highly independent by nature so it should come as no surprise that of the 20% of US drivers over 65, few are showing much inclination to quit driving. With the rapidly aging boomer population, this number will continue to rise. Although staying mobile, being connected to friends and family as well as remaining […]

21 Aug 2019

Diabetes is a problem that affects millions of Americans across the country. In fact, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 100 million American adults are living with diabetes or prediabetes. The condition disproportionately affects older adults, with 25 percent of adults 65 years and older dealing with the problem. Older […]

20 Aug 2019
PTSD In Seniors
Post by: Joe Gilmore

Seniors suffer from a number of age-related issues, however, there are also problems that can crop up that have nothing to do with age. Post-traumatic stress disorder, is one problem that many people deal with. PTSD is a serious disorder that affects millions of people worldwide. The problem can be especially disruptive for senior citizens […]

16 Aug 2019

Alzheimer’s disease and dementia are serious issues that affect millions of Americans and is one of the leading causes of death in the United States. In fact, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Alzheimer’s disease, the most common form of dementia, is one of the top 10 leading causes of death in […]

There is a growing consensus among neurobiologists that says that treatment for Alzheimer’s needs to begin and be tested as soon as possible, even before symptoms arise. However, it can be hard to identify Alzheimer’s until it is too late. But, this could be changing. Researchers at one university in the country may have found […]

14 Aug 2019

As we age, our bodies become more and more susceptible to injury, sickness, and disease. Not only do we experience things like a reduction in bone density and loss of balance, both of which can lead to harmful falls, but we also deal with a loss of immune functioning. Unfortunately, as the immune system weakens, […]

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