While many places are reopening after record COVID diagnoses and deaths, seniors are still the highest risk group for complications
The short answer to this question is a resounding YES! Exercise is generally good for people of all ages. However, not all exercises should be undertaken
Caring for a loved one at the end of their lives can be stressful. You want to ensure that the patient can transition from this life as smoothly as possible.
Many adult children or family members of elderly loved ones ask this question every day. There are no definite answers as each person’s situation is different.
Dehydration is sometimes a forgotten challenge until one becomes ill. However, for elderly adults, dehydration can be a problem daily.
When you or a loved one reaches an advanced age, it is not as easy to care for yourself as you once did. Some people find that they need care from a nurse or helper around the clock.
We often hear stories of people, “putting mum in a home” or “hiring someone to care for dad.” It seems that we are taking the choices from the elderly
The Coronavirus pandemic has been hard on people worldwide. People are unable to get out as often as they like.
Dehydration may not seem like a big deal, but it can certainly be destructive if not treated appropriately.
Please keep in mind that those with underlying health conditions and elderly people are most at risk.
A proper diet can help us maintain more than our weight.
Urinary tract infections are no one’s ideas of fun, but almost everyone will have one at some time or another.