Experiencing a heart attack can change your life. Along with the relief of surviving the event, it is normal to be worried about recurring problems or even another heart attack.
One of the best things you can do for your own mental health, and the mental health of your loved one, is to learn to embrace humor and laughter in your life.
For many who live in assisted living residences, there are distinct mental health benefits that allow seniors to stay active and fulfilled.
From nutritional battles to worries about wandering, taking care of dementia patient can consume all your time. There may come a time when it is best for the both the family and the senior to explore memory care or other long term care options.
It is never too late to begin saving again, and there are many ways that you can make, save and invest your retirement dollars to ease your mind.
Scam artists are smart and ahead of the game when it comes to tricking the innocent into their schemes. This is especially true of COVID-19 scams.
Sarcopenia can also cause weakened bones, an increased risk of falling, and loss of independence. Here is how you can identify the disease.
One of the most practical ways we can help our loved one with dementia is delivered through a common object - a clock. More specifically, a dementia clock.
Diabetes is a prevalent disease among elderly adults. Approximately 25% of seniors have been diagnosed with this chronic health condition.
Grief can show up in many different ways when someone loses a spouse – physically, mentally, and emotionally. This is how to help them deal with the loss.