Limit the Red
5 Reasons to Limit Red Meat in Your Diet
5 Reasons to Limit Red Meat in Your Diet
Senior-Friendly Ways to Be More Active
Add These 6 Foods to Your Diet
5 Ways to Stay Cool this Summer
4 Ways to Keep Your Bones Healthy As You Age
How to Keep Your Brain Healthy as You Age
Facts & Tips for Preventing Falls
Staying Healthy in Your Home as You Age
7 Habits of Healthy Seniors to Enjoy Life
'Now' is Always the Best Time to Be More Active
The Five Tips You Need to Work Out Right as You Age
5 Signs of Aging to Watch For
10 Resolutions for Bone and Joint Health in 2019
9 Healthy Eating Habits for the Golden Years
Smart Lifestyle Choices Will Help
Does getting older mean you have to accept the fact that you're going to fall? No.
Eat This, Not That for a Healthy Senior Summer
Common Senior Health Issues That Can Prevent You from Getting Healthy Sleep
Diet and Exercise Strengthens Muscles at Any Age
Broccoli and sprouts linked to healthier arteries for older women
Seniors Being Hungry is a Nationwide Epidemic
Mediterranean diet appears to be good for postmenopausal women's bones and muscles
Is there anything you can do to live longer and stay healthy as you age?
What can you do to avoid a fall, especially during the winter months?
Can the Mediterranean diet help to prevent frailty?
Strength Training Helps Seniors with Weight Management
When the Taste and Smell of Food Changes
The Science of Living Longer
8 Tips for Safe Travel This Summer
Nine lifestyle changes may reduce risk of dementia
Seniors - Eat More Fiber to Keep Your Bones Healthy
Researchers Say Tiny Waves of Electricity Can Improve Memory
Study provides evidence that virtual reality could help prevent falls in elderly people.
Whether you're in your senior years or care for someone who is, healthy eating habits can make a big difference as you age.
Tips for Seniors
Eating the right foods may help prevent the progress of age-related memory loss & more.
Seniors can get more than enough exercise at home.
Baby Boomer population is living longer, and wants to do a lot more than sit around.
Get exercise regularly.
New research could help explain why healthy living isn't always enough
Hunger hormone and inflammation linked to aging
While getting older might have a downside, there are some perks to growing older.
Study found a better diet was associated with less physical disability among women.
Exercise might provide some measure of protection from Alzheimer's & other dementias.
New research suggests that as we age, we may all become more sensitive to pain.
Something as simple as walking a couple minutes every hour lowers the risk.
In popular lyrics, negative representations predominate.
This superfood may have a part to play in the fight against Alzheimer's disease.
Social isolation and loneliness have a detrimental effect on health and wellbeing.
Why do so many seniors struggle with eating healthy and getting enough calories?
As you age, you lose more lean muscle tissue and your metabolism slows. Here are some things you can do.
Here's what's interesting about the transition of growing older. As people age, they tend to become more trusting of others, which can increase overall happiness.
Keeping your eyes healthy as you age means you be able to continue to enjoy catching up on news ¤t events.
Some memory loss is a normal part of aging. A healthy dose of humor and laughter helps.
Each year, millions of people aged 65 and over suffer a fall of some kind.
Plant proteins, healthy fats and more
Before you leave the hospital, figure out what help you'll need at home.
Scientists claim the limit to human life span has been reached.
What's Best for the Middle-Aged Heart
Alzheimer's-causing proteins could be reduced with a healthy diet, exercise
Think getting old means you have to hang up your running shoes? Think again.
Seniors – walk the dog to improve your health
If you're feeling down, see your doctor.
Healthy adults who work after retirement age may be at lower risk of death, study shows.
An implantable capsule that can turn the patient's immune system against the disease.
A recent study found proton pump inhibitors could be dangerous for seniors.
Older adults with impaired senses of smell and taste are at risk.
If you're a senior, or know someone who is, preventing falls is important for overall health.
Researchers recently took a closer look at drinking wine and its heart-protective benefits.
You may not be planning to run a marathon. But seniors who are active get more out of life.
Would you like to live longer? Then eat more nuts!
Are your bones strong enough to withstand an impact like falling out of bed or tripping on a crack in the sidewalk?