How To Garden Safely When You’re A Senior

Gardening is a great outdoor activity for people of all ages, especially seniors. Not only does it have lots of benefits for your physical health, it’s also great for improving your mental health. Practicing gardening regularly can maintain flexibility and mobility, stave off conditions like osteoporosis and relieve things like stress and depression, plus it can […]

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Healthy Living for the Elderly: Eat, Supplement, Exercise

As people age, their dietary, exercise, and supplement need change. Here is what you need to know about those changes, as well as some suggestions for how to best meet your bodies’ needs as you age. Caring for physical health is important at every age. We take care of our bodies through healthy diet, physical […]

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Fight for your sight: 5 tips to fight Age-related Macular Degeneration

(BPT) – The ability to see is one of our most precious gifts. Like most things in life, our vision may be impacted as we age. That’s why it’s important to learn about Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD). Prevalent among older Americans, it affects one in five adults age 65 and older and is the leading […]

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Tips for helping reduce the burden of Alzheimer’s caregiving

(BPT) – Caring for someone with Alzheimer’s or other dementias is exceptionally demanding, and especially challenging. The caregiving needs of people living with Alzheimer’s are not only often more extensive but are often needed over many years — even decades. A recent survey by the Alzheimer’s Association indicates many caregivers are not getting the help […]

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