Even during COVID, Providence ElderPlace has grown to serve 976 participants.
These photos by Terry Rogers, M.D., celebrate the beauty of aging.
Can you get benefits if you are living outside the U.S. ?
Despite the trends that focus on eliminating entire food groups or severely restrict food choices, research confirms again and again that a balance of foods and inclusion of all macronutrients will bring the best nutrition – the more varied the diet, the better.
Ensure everything goes “according to plan.”
Maintaining strength and bone health are important to your overall health. Discover how you can help your bones through exercise and nutrition!
Here's what happens when you can't accept the changes that aging brings to your body: you may shun intimate relationships, you may shut down your sexuality, you may see yourself as ugly, and you may avoid activities you would otherwise enjoy.
"With a Little Help from Our Friends – Creating Community as We Grow Older" draws on experiences from seniors in special communities.
Use tricks and simple tips to improve your memory and to stop your memory from playing tricks on you. Medicare benefits will also pay for some memory improvement programs.
An overview of menopause symptoms and general treatment alternatives for couples. Going through menopause together is the best way to beat menopause and depression.
Determining whether you have hearing loss is now an iPhone away with a free app that will test for hearing loss.
Neuroscientists know that exercise is not only good for your muscles; it's also great for increasing brain growth, scoring better on tests and improving memory.
Learn some of the most prevalent myths about growing old and the true facts behind issues like senility, loss of hearing, and maintaining healthy body weight.
It’s possible to eat your way to improved memory. Find out what five of the most effective memory improving foods are.
Does your lexicon confuse your grandkids and leave you the butt of jokes? Consider dropping these 10 words from your vocabulary.