Vitamin D for Seniors

Vitamin D for Seniors

Vitamin D is essential for young children to develop strong bones; but proper vitamin intake is vital for adults too, and especially the elderly. This nutrient helps your body absorb calcium and promote bone growth. A lack of Vitamin D in adults can lead to fragile,...
Loneliness and Social Distancing for Seniors

Loneliness and Social Distancing for Seniors

With the outbreak of COVID-19, millions of Americans are dealing with loneliness from Social Distancing. While many people of younger generations are coping with video chats and other ways to stay social from home; many of our nation’s elderly are really feeling the...
Signs of Issues with Immobilized Family Members

Signs of Issues with Immobilized Family Members

When a family member becomes immobile, either from a medical procedure or from old age; it is important to keep an eye on them in order to reduce the risk of serious health complications while they are bed-ridden. Knowing what to look for can help reduce the risks of...
4 Areas of Common Health Issues in the Elderly

4 Areas of Common Health Issues in the Elderly

The conditions surrounding your health are always shifting. Diet, exercise, habits, genetics, and simply the flow of time all play huge roles in how healthy we are. After about age 25, our cells begin dying faster than they are being produced. As we age, our bodies...
Summer Safety Tips for Seniors

Summer Safety Tips for Seniors

Summer can be an exciting time of the year for our senior family members. Between family outings, barbeques, gardening, and vacations; most seniors are more active in the summer than in any other months. But it is important that your loved ones are kept comfortable...