Asthma in Older Adults

Asthma in Older Adults

While asthma is often associated with young children, it is not uncommon for it to affect older individuals as well. People often believe that children “outgrow” their asthma, but it generally is just in remission. Many of those children will face lung problems...
Strong Muscles are Important For Seniors

Strong Muscles are Important For Seniors

Let’s face it. The vast majority of us don’t work out as often as we should. But for senior citizens, a lack of activity can create a lot of added problems. As you age, your muscle mass will decrease. This is especially true when you don’t train those muscles. Having...
Heart Failure in Seniors

Heart Failure in Seniors

If your elderly loved one has a history of heart-related health issues, you should learn the signs and symptoms of heart failure. Despite the absoluteness of the name, it doesn’t mean that their heart ceases working completely, or even all at once. Recognizing signs...
Food for Post-Surgery Recovery

Food for Post-Surgery Recovery

The human body works in amazing ways. The right nutrients can help your body recover and repair itself. And while a trip to the farmer’s market is no replacement for a doctor, some food can help your surgery recovery a little easier. This article will discuss some of...
Heart Disease Prevention and Care Tips

Heart Disease Prevention and Care Tips

Heart Disease is a chronic illness, and the number one cause of death in America, according to the CDC. One person in America dies from cardiovascular disease every 36 seconds. This article will discuss care tips for preventing heart disease, and maintaining a healthy...
Moving an Aging Parent In

Moving an Aging Parent In

While moving your aging parent into your home could seem like the best way to provide care to them, there are a few questions you should ask. Taking over your aging parent’s care can be a daunting, and full-time, task. Overall, it is important to make sure that you,...