Yoga for Seniors: Restoring Flexibility and Strength

June 28, 2017

  Yoga Most people believe yoga is something young flexible people do but they are wrong. Yoga has so many benefits for everyone ranging in age from toddler to seniors. Yoga for seniors can reduce symptoms and pain; it can improve overall wellness for someone with a serious or chronic illnesses. [Read More...]

Healthy eating starts with you!

June 23, 2017

Healthy It is helpful to give your body a well-balanced diet to maintain a healthy lifestyle as you as age. As you age your metabolism begins to slow down, so you need fewer calories than before. But that also means that your body needs nutrients that are going to give you the best nutritional value. [Read More...]

Determined to Declutter? These Tips Can Help!

May 31, 2017

declutter Most of us have at least one area of the house that’s designated as the catch-all for everything from our high school yearbooks and stacks of photo albums to boxes of clothes, tools, and assorted memorabilia that we may have a use for “someday”. [Read More...]

Barriers to Dental Health Care for Older Adults, and How to Overcome Them

May 25, 2017

dental health care Inherent with aging are a variety of potential physical changes and challenges with which we’re all familiar, but one lesser known condition is dental degradation. With good hygiene habits and enhancements to oral care such as fluoridation, older adults are often now able to keep their own teeth later in life, rather than automatically deferring to dentures. [Read More...]

Multiple sclerosis: Causes, diagnosis, and treatment

May 18, 2017

What Is Multiple Sclerosis? Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic disease that affects the central nervous system. MS is thought to be an autoimmune disease. In MS, the body’s immune system produces cells and proteins (antibodies) that attack myelin, a fatty substance that protects nerve fibers. [Read More...]