Posted: 10/19/2013 12:00 AM by
Our bones remain fairly healthy and strong through young adulthood. The problem is that as we hit middle age, they start to thin out. For women, this process can even accelerate after menopause. Seniors in particular are at special risk when it comes to bone health, but the good news is that you can put the brakes on bone degeneration and one of the best lines of defense in this battle is your ...
Posted: 10/3/2013 12:00 AM by
According to AARP, one in four American adults help provide senior home care to an older parent, spouse, adult relative or loved one. Family support is critical for seniors to remain in their homes and in their communities, but it often comes at a substantial cost.