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A Pandemic Upshot : Seniors Are Having Second Thoughts About Where to Live Where do we want to live in the years ahead? Older adults are asking this question anew in light of the ongoing toll of the coronavirus pandemic…

Lifetime Experiences Help Older Adults Build Resilience to Pandemic Trauma   Older adults are especially vulnerable physically during the coronavirus pandemic. But they’re also notably resilient psychologically, calling upon a lifetime of experience and perspective to help them through difficult…

Vitamins Worth Taking for Healthy Aging   The best vitamins to take for healthy aging can be easily incorporated into your lifelong diet. Knowing the most important vitamins for common health concerns like bone density, immune system strength, metabolism, and…

With today’s advancements in technology and healthcare, people can expect to live longer than ever before. The older population is becoming greater than the younger populations. In the U.S. alone, individuals who are 85 years and older make up one…

Where Did My Leg Muscles Go? “Use it or lose it” is a common prescription for older athletes. But many longtime runners find that, despite regularly using, they’re nonetheless losing, at least when it comes to their leg muscles. These…

  How to Choose a Doctor You Can Talk To Decide What You Are Looking for in a Doctor Make a List of Several Possible Doctors Collect Information About the Doctors You Are Considering Choose a Doctor     Finding…

Goal Improve the health, function, and quality of life of older adults. Overview As Americans live longer, growth in the number of older adults is unprecedented. In 2014, 14.5% (46.3 million) of the US population was aged 65 or older…

    Staying Motivated to Exercise: Tips for Older Adults   4 Tips for Older Adults to Stay Motivated to Exercise Physical activity is a great way for older adults to gain substantial health benefits and maintain independence. Try to make…

Malnutrition in the Elderly: A Multifactorial Failure to Thrive Poor nutritional status and malnutrition in the elderly population are important areas of concern. Malnutrition and unintentional weight loss contribute to progressive decline in health, reduced physical and cognitive functional status,…

  8 Early Signs of Diabetes You Shouldn’t Ignore More than 30 million Americans have diabetes. It’s also estimated that 90-95 percent of those individuals have type 2 diabetes. That’s a staggering statistic. Diabetes often develops over time, and it…