Senior-friendly exercises and articles to improve well-being and understanding of common conditions seniors experience.
Can I Prevent Aneurysms or Ruptures?
Aneurysms can be life-threatening if they rupture, yet may also come with no warning symptoms. Are there ways you can prevent aneurysms or ruptures from occurring?
Why Do We Feel Fear?
We've all experienced fear at some point in our lives, but why? In both a physical and functional sense, what is fear?
Does Vitamin C Boost Your Immune System?
Overloading on Vitamin C at the outbreak of a cold is a common piece of advice, but is there any truth to it? What does science have to say about whether Vitamin C can prevent...
6 Ways to Boost Lung Health
You may not think about your lungs and how small lifestyle choices may be hurting them. But, with small tweaks, you can boost your lung health and prevent long-lasting damage.
Why Siblings are Good for Your Health
Whatever relationship you had with your sibling growing up, whether it was a friendly rivalry or two steps down from open warfare, it's one worth preserving for a number of reasons.
Common Behaviors That Can Lead to Cancer
Cancer is one of the leading causes of death in America, yet many of us make lifestyle choices that can increase our risks. Here are three that can make a big difference and potentially lead...
What Should I Know About Aneurysms?
Aneurysm can be a scary term, but an often also misunderstood one. While an aneurysm is by no means a good thing, knowing what they are and what to watch for can help to keep...
What is Sarcopenia?
As we get older, we tend to lose muscle mass and feel a bit weaker. Many consider it a natural part of aging, but did you know it has a medical name and can be...
Defining Constipation and Finding Relief
Constipation may be uncomfortable to talk about, but if you're dealing with it, finding relief is more important.
The Health Benefits of Volunteering
Volunteering is a great way to serve your community, but did you know that you can also get something out of it? Here's how volunteering can be great for your health!
FDA Approves First Alzheimer's Drug Since 2003
The Food & Drug Administration has approved the first Alzheimer's disease drug in almost twenty years, but with it has come controversy.
Dealing with Allergies
Allergies are very common and can be a real drain on your quality of life. In worst cases, they can even be deadly. How can you go about life dealing with allergies?
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