Nurses inducted into the Hall of Fame have demonstrated excellence in patient care, leadership, education, public service, advocacy or clinical practice

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Do Genetics or Physical Activity Play a Bigger Role in Longevity?

Is it our our lifestyle or the genes we’ve inherited that play a bigger role in whether or not we live longer?

Flu Vaccines That Are Recommended for Older Adults

"I just turned 65 and would like to learn more about the stronger flu shots I see advertised for older adults"

Positive Updates on the Fight Against COVID

The vaccine was found to be 90% effective


Electrical Brain Stimulation Improves Memory

Research is pointing the way to a new method of improving your short-term memory

Hearing Loss & Dementia

Another risk factor that can be treated is hearing loss


What Mayo Clinic Experts Want You to Know about Over-the-Counter Hearing Aids

The FDA has cleared the way for sale of over-the-counter hearing aids without medical exams


The Alzheimer's Association International Conference

Researchers from all over the world recently convened at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC) to catch up and share novel and important insights

September is Healthy Aging Month

It's never too soon (or too late) to start


Eating on the Floor

This habit means that people from that region tend to sit on the floor and stand back up many times every single day

Fitness & Health Goals for Older Adults

Older adults can make fitness resolutions that they can keep

Covid News Updates

Here is some good news on COVID research

Ultra-Processed Foods and Dementia Risk

Researchers from all over the world convened at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC) from July 31 through August 4 in San Diego

New Advice for Preventing Monkeypox in Adults 50 and Older

Adults age 50 and older now are being called upon to keep track of the spread of monkeypox and to make sure their kids and grandkids know the facts


Strengthening Leg Muscles

Research studies show that leg strength and the ability to stand on one’s own can be a predictor of longevity