Blog Posts in Senior Health Category
Three things you can do today to prevent chronic conditions.
Building healthcare partnerships. Today's blog post.
Need inspiration for being a lifelong learner? Four reasons with today's blog post.
It seems like everyone these days has a Fitbit, Jawbone or Garmin activity tracker. With data on daily movements tracked and compiled, they’re changing the way we move and keep track of our health. Besides our physical health and tracking those marathon-training miles, researchers and developers are working to create activity-tracking solutions for seniors!
The home office isn’t complete without an ink-jet printer, and soon, the operating room won’t be complete without the technology of a 3D printer. Medical professionals are revolutionizing the way surgeries are being performed with the help of a little technology.
Osteoporosis is definitely a hot topic in the world of aging. But is it a normal part of getting older? Discover three ways to build healthy bones in this week's blog post.
Whether planning for a vacation, the holidays or even your retirement, we all know the importance of thinking ahead. But have you ever thought about planning for your health future?
Mindfulness is a way of thinking that brings thoughts not to the future or to the past, but instead to the present moment. It encourages us to pay attention to the here and now instead of what might have been or what could be. Studies have shown that mindfulness for seniors has a variety of positive benefits including decrease in stress, reduced markers for inflammation (risk factors for cancer and heart disease), improved sleeping habits, reductions in memory and an overall decrease in loneliness. Try these simple ways to add mindfulness to your healthy aging lifestyle.
It’s not breaking news that what we eat plays a huge role on our health. Eating your fruits and veggies has been proven by doctors to prevent chronic conditions like heart disease and diabetes. But what about your memory?
Can exercise turn back the hands of time? Proper exercise has long been regarded as part of a healthy lifestyle. Doctors and experts say exercise can help prevent and ease the symptoms of heart disease, diabetes, arthritis and many other chronic diseases. But do those who exercise really look and feel younger?