1. Support for Senior Health & Fitness Needs

    Staying active in your senior years is an important part in preventing the risk for certain diseases or managing a pre-existing condition. Wednesday, May 30 is the 25th annual National Senior Health & Fitness Day®. The common goal for this day is to help keep older Americans healthy and fit. H…Read More

  2. Keeping Seniors Safe At Home

    The decision has been made to keep your aging parent at home a little while longer or they are living with you, but you cannot be there 24/7 and need to take a few safety precautions when you cannot be there. The chance of Falling is the premiere nemeses of aging men and women As 1 in 4 adults over…Read More

  3. 10 Healthy Lifestyle Tips for Seniors

    Today, there are more people who are living longer than in any time in history. This means the population of seniors has continued to soar over the past two decades and thanks to higher life expectancy, more people are expected to reach this age. This projection brings a health question in which se…Read More

  4. Digital Trends: Improving Senior Health Through Tech

    The information Highway can be bring beneficial Fitness/Wellness programs conveniently, into your home With the growing focus on health holidays such as National Senior Health & Fitness Day- an observance day that’s been held on May 30 for the last 25 years encouraging seniors to take contro…Read More

  5. How Much Water Do You Really Need?

    During the summer -- and even year-round -- our bodies crave water. There's no way to live without it. But just how much do we really need every day to stay healthy? The answer can get complicated. "It's hard to find an exact amount because it's variable based on your age, where you live, whether it…Read More

  6. “Slow But Steady” Wins the weight Loss Race

    A new study found that people whose weight fluctuates early in a weight loss program have worse long-term results. If losing weight feels more like being a yo-yo than a ball rolling down a gentle hill, then you might want to rethink your approach. A new study found that people whose weight fluctuate…Read More

  7. Physical Fitness and Healthy Aorta, Key to Brain Ageing

    The rate of decline in certain aspects of memory may be explained by a combination of overall physical fitness and the stiffness of the central arteries, researchers from Swinburne's Centre for Human Psychopharmacology have found. A study to be published in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease consi…Read More

  8. WHY HIP FRACTURES IN THE ELDERLY ARE OFTEN A DEATH SENTENCE

    The news an elderly relative has broken a hip tends to sound alarm bells, perhaps more than breaking another bone would. That’s because a hip fracture dramatically increases an older person’s risk of death. One in three adults aged 50 and over dies within 12 months of suffering a hip fracture.…Read More

  9. How to Stay Sharp As You Age

    Feeling forgetful? Preserving your mental abilities as you get older is easier than you think. By Krisha McCoy Medically Reviewed by Cynthia Haines, MD Keeping your brain active is a simple and fun way to fend off forgetfulness. So you've noticed some changes in your thinking; you often misplace y…Read More