In recent years, online shopping has only grown more popular, allowing anyone to access meals, clothing, medication, and a range of services right from their own home. Read More
The goal is to think of a balanced snack like a mini meal. It should contain a mix of carbs, proteins, and fat to keep you going all day long – for bonus points adding fiber will help fill you up and slow digestion leaving you feeling fuller longer. Read More
Foot pain is more common than you may think, affecting 19% of men and 25% of women
over 45 years old. The risks only increase with age, which is why taking care of your feet is so important.
If you’re providing unpaid care to another adult with health needs, you’re not alone. In fact, almost one in five
people serve as home caregivers in the United States, and the number is rising.
Is a cheeseburger, fries, and soda your idea of a gourmet meal? If so, you may need to rethink your choices when eating out. Read More
Some people see retirement as a chance to unwind after a full career, while others end up missing the work that used to fill their days. Read More
We all age differently, undergoing different physical and mental changes at different rates. While some 70-year-olds might still have the mental acuity they had when they were 20, others may be less lucky. Read More
While fatigue is sometimes the cause of a chronic illness, for most of us, it has more to do with lifestyle choices. Especially as we age, fatigue can have a big impact on how we live our lives. Read More
Doctors agree that adults need between 7 to 9 hours of sleep each night, though many older adults find it difficult to get their recommended shuteye. Read More
It always pays to think ahead when traveling, and that goes double for older adults. However, with the right preparation, travelers of any age can have a fun and safe trip. Read More
Running isn’t just for the young anymore. In fact, an increasing number of older adults are running into their 50s and 60s. Read More
Aging in place is about keeping older adults connected to their home and community while also catering to their health and safety needs. Read More