It’s hard not to get excited about the much-awaited start of summer and the idea of spending more time outside in the sun with friends and family. With new research exposing the environmental harms of sunblock…
Don’t let a physical ailment or chronic condition keep you or a loved one you care for from getting health-boosting exercise! If you are unable to stand or walk for long periods of time…
If you’re looking for a new fitness mantra for your weekly workouts, you may want to consider “cross-training.”
What’s on your spring cleaning list? Organizing the pantry? Putting together a big donation of gently used clothes? When it comes to refreshing your environment (and life) this spring, don’t forget these important health and safety reminders:
While you never want to have to think about experiencing an attack, personal safety should always be top of mind, especially as you age.
So much attention gets paid to the stress and emotional toll caregiving can take, but what about the physical side?
Few body parts go about revealing your age quite like your hands, and while one glance at them can make you fondly reflect on all the hard work, family-raising, and adventuring you have done in your life, they can also be a source of regret or pain.
It’s essential for older adults to prioritize maintaining a healthy weight as they age but, clearly, many are struggling to comply with lifestyle changes that make this possible.
If you are running through your entire stock of cozy winter socks every week, you might be wondering if there is something more you can do to keep your feet warm.
In the season of holiday cheer, most of us want to relax, grab a book, and cuddle near the fireplace. This is the perfect occasion to put exercise on the backburner and instead devote our time to cooking or visiting family.