Eating a variety of foods from all food groups can help supply the nutrients a person needs as they age
Stay strong, be safe, and maintain your independence by integrating these top fitness options into your training plan
Staying vital and connected can help you ward off the depression that often comes with aging. Here are simple things you can do, even from your own home.
Medicare is a government program that provides health insurance coverage for senior citizens age 65 years and older, the disabled of any age, and to anyone suffering from end-stage renal disease.
Learn the ins and outs of enrolling in a Medicare plan
The tips and guidelines listed below will help you team up with your loved one and their doctor to yield the best possible outcome for their health care
As we age, our ability to care for ourselves begins to diminish. Learn what to watch out for to keep yourself out of harm’s way.
Many families consider moving their parent into an assisted living community during this period, but how do you recognize the signs that it’s time for assisted living?
The transition from a home you’ve lived in for many years to a new environment can trigger difficult emotions for everyone involved
Knowing your rights and having the tools to force or push nursing home staff and management to follow the law can make all the difference
Learn to spot signs of nursing home abuse and how to get fair compensation for your elderly loved one
Staying socially active and maintaining interpersonal relationships can help you maintain good physical and emotional health and cognitive function
Find endless and entertaining ways to pass [the] time, get involved, and discover new passions
You are never too old or wise for some frugal financial advice
Senior financial abuse is estimated to have cost victims at least $2.9 billion last year alone