Health & Wellness

Live well today so you can continue breaking the mold tomorrow. After all, your senior years can be the most fulfilling ones.

Can a nightly cocktail or glass of wine really help improve your health?

Forgetting things. Conversations and promises you don’t remember having or making. Talk to your doctor about memory lapses, and the proposed treatment may surprise you.

Have you noticed it’s easier to work out when you’re listening to your favorite tunes?

Everyone loses muscle mass as they age, but your genes could factor into how fast it occurs.

The season of barbecues, lazy days by the pool and tomatoes-straight-from-the-vine is upon us.

Do you know the best way to treat common injuries, such as cuts, scrapes and minor burns? How about knowing when to make a call to get medical help for a more serious wound?

We’re a generation of caregivers. According to the 2015 report Caregiving in the U.S., conducted by the National Alliance for Caregiving and AARP, more than 34 million Americans provide unpaid care to an adult age 50 or older.

Aging can pose challenges for anyone, and for the estimated 2.7 million people ages 50 and older who identify lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender/queer (LGBTQ) in the United States, there may be additional obstacles.

Would you believe that approximately two out of three adults who are 65 and older are active on the internet?

It's time to stop worrying about getting old and start enjoying it.
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