Brain Training for Seniors

“Use it or lose it” commonly refers to the importance of exercising your body and staying fit. Exercising your brain is just as important. Your brain needs a regular workout, especially as you age. After the age of 65, your risk of developing dementia doubles approximately every five years. D... Read More
Brain Training for Seniors

Tips and Tricks for the Senior Gardner

Gardening is America’s favorite leisure outdoor activity, enjoyed by more than 78 million people, according to the National Gardening Association. For most of us, gardening provides a welcome sojourn in the natural world, a sanctuary that promises relief from the challenges of life. Yet many feel ... Read More
Tips and Tricks for the Senior Gardner

Senior Exercise Routines and Their Benefits

The benefits of physical activity for people of all ages are often touted, but is it safe for seniors to exercise? According to the American Academy of Family Physicians, almost all older people can benefit from more physical activity. In fact, regular exercise prevents chronic disease, improves moo... Read More
Senior Exercise Routines and Their Benefits

Joint Replacement an Option for Elderly

Study Shows Hip, Knee Replacement May Help Elderly Patients with Osteoarthritis Knee or hip replacement surgery may be a viable option for relieving the pain and disability caused by osteoarthritis among the elderly. A new study shows older adults who have hip or knee replacement surgery for sev... Read More
Joint Replacement an Option for Elderly