Here are a few news stories we found interesting this month that will help you alter your habits and diet so you stay healthy.
Seniors are more likely to experience malnutrition if their diets aren't full of vitamins and minerals, but with supplements and a healthy diet, they can avoid this.
While COPD may hold you back from some activities, it doesn't have to completely disrupt your lifestyle. Through taking precautions, you'll be able to avoid some of the risks that come with the disease.
Foods that people believe to be good for them may contribute to certain diseases. Recently, tomatoes have been a culprit in causing gout to flare up.
Seniors get the best sleep out of all the age groups, despite not getting long naps.
Trans and saturated fats can increase the risk of heart disease and other cardiovascular conditions.
New research has been brought to light that might explain why seniors' bodies are more prone to sickness.
Whether people have incurable diseases or they are planning for the future, they should discuss their end-of-life wishes with their loved ones.
Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis can be detrimental to your health if not caught. However, with a few lifestyle changes, you'll be able to manage the disease.
In a recent analysis, researchers reported that seniors may be receiving too many prescriptions, which calls for new methods for managing mental conditions.
Exercise offers countless health benefits, but when it comes to alleviating arthritis pain, high-intensity workouts may provide the best solution.
Coffee boosts alertness and gives you energy, but too much of a good thing can be detrimental to your health.