All around the world, millions of people, including seniors, are benefiting from palliative care. If you have a serious illness and have not been introduced to palliative care, here are a few great reasons to consider looking into it.
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Seniors work most of their lives to build up a safety financial net to live stress-free the rest of their lives. Many physically can't go back to work if their money runs out, so it's smart to plan and protect their assets for themselves as well as future generations.
Increasing physical activity through regular exercise is great for people of many ages, including seniors. And the need to carry it out safely increases during the golden years. So here are a few tips on how seniors can enjoy exercising safely and effectively.
During the Fall and Winter, many people notice that they are a bit moody or lacking in energy. This could be signs of seasonal depression, or Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). SAD affects people of all ages, including seniors. Here are 3 ways for you to recognize and manage it.
Gone are the days when the family doctor treated you for everything from head to toe. We live in a time when there are specialists for just about every section of the human body. There is even a doctor that specializes in caring for seniors. They are called geriatricians and here are 5 good reasons to consider seeing one for your primary medical care.
It's that time of year again, time for changing weather, toasty nights by the fireplace, homemade pies, Black Friday, and Cyber Monday. Although these 2 shopping events don't seem to fit in with everything else, they have been highly anticipated by consumers every year. But what exactly do those terms mean? And why might Cyber Monday be a safer option for seniors who want to take advantage of all the good deals being offered? Here are a few basic facts.
Companies understand that every age group from young children to senior citizens have specific needs to make their lives easier. From baby proofing a kitchen and laptop for college to a recipe organizer and walk-in bathtub, there are essential must-have products. If you have an aging parent or senior loved one, you want to make sure that they have the newest and the best to make life easier and ensure their safety. Here's a quick look at some of the top must-have senior products.
For most people, they want to grow old in their own homes and not have to go to a nursing home. Staying at home even with a home healthcare worker provides seniors with a sense of purpose and independence that they can't get with long-term care. Some cities in the United States make this easier by providing a healthier lifestyle and cultural centers for seniors. Easy access to mass transit and top-notch healthcare make some cities more appealing. When looking for a place to raise a family and grow old, take a look at a few of the best cities for seniors to age in place.