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29 05, 2020

June is ALZ and Brain Awareness Month


This month, you may notice that many people are wearing purple or shining a purple light. That’s because they’re raising awareness for Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month. Scientists are still working tirelessly on Alzheimer’s research to discover new treatment options for this brain disease and others like it, such as dementia, MS, Parkinson’s, and more. [...]

29 05, 2020

June Is Men’s Health Month


Did you know that June is Men’s Health Month? We’re celebrating by giving you some facts to raise awareness for men’s health and do our part to improve it! Studies have shown that women are often the health decision makers in the family and are more likely to go to the doctor. This could also [...]

29 05, 2020

COVID Prevention & Coping With Stress for Older Adults


In the current global pandemic, we’re being fed a lot of information from both the news media and the nation’s leading health experts such as the CDC (Centers for Disease Control) and the WHO (World Health Organization). While everyone is at risk of contracting COVID-19, senior citizens have been named as one of the most [...]

22 04, 2020

Games To Play Online for Seniors


While the world is stuck in quarantine, many have turned to virtual events and resources to keep their minds busy and maintain a sense of “normal". One thing that many people don’t realize is how many games are available to play online and that you can play interactively with family and friends to stay [...]

22 04, 2020

Staying Active At Home For Seniors 


Many seniors are involved in group fitness classes that help them stay active and spend time with friends. However, with our current stay-at-home orders, it may be difficult to maintain an exercise regimen without the support and encouragement from a group class or gym membership. We all know that there are many benefits to [...]

22 04, 2020

Beating Loneliness During Social Distancing


For the time being, it seems that social distancing is the best way to keep ourselves safe from COVID-19. That means many social gatherings have been canceled and many people are isolated on their own. If you don’t make a plan to fill up your time, this could result in feelings of loneliness, so [...]

22 04, 2020

May is National Stroke Awareness Month


May is Stroke Awareness Month. Many health and heart organizations come together every year during this month to raise awareness about the causes and effects of stroke. HISTORY In 1989, President George H. W. Bush proclaimed May as National Stroke Awareness Month, but it had already been observed for years before the official proclamation. The Centers [...]

23 03, 2020

The Importance of Social Activities for Seniors


As we age, our need for love, support, and companionship does not fade away. In fact, keeping these things a priority is especially important for seniors for several reasons. Maintaining a healthy social life is easier said than done, though. So how can you ensure that you’re getting in enough social activity? The suggestions below [...]

23 03, 2020

What All Seniors Need to Know about Flu Season & Prevention


It’s no secret that our immune systems begin to relax a bit as we age, which makes us more prone to infection. Risk for contracting the flu is at an all-time high every fall and winter. So what can you do to keep yourself protected and keep your immune system strong? 1. Get your flu [...]

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