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Maintaining a healthy brain is among the most talked about issues in elderly care.
Seniors with arthritis can dramatically improve their quality of life by taking advantage of home elder care services and daily living aids.
A recent study explains that the elderly can still maintain a high level of cognitive functioning and lucidity if they maintain proper brain health in their golden years.
Any form of assistance could be beneficial for those struggling to provide caregiving services, which is why many should look to technological advancements as possible solutions. One such technology is GPS safety technology.
Around the United States, local charities and nonprofits are looking to hire aging baby boomers to volunteer in schools, soup kitchens and senior care opportunities.
Today, many Americans have a lot on their plate, and it can be hard to juggle the multitude of responsibilities. Between working, family pressures and social demands, many boomers may find it hard to set aside time for themselves.
Many characteristics of the baby boomer population should serve them well throughout their golden years, leading to a healthier and more enjoyable retirement.
A recent article in Games for Health Journal suggests playing video games regularly could help people of all ages de-stress and improve their overall mental and physical health.
A recent study is suggesting a group of genes that are naturally turned off through epigenetic factors as we age may influence the healthy aging process.
Recent studies have examined the effectiveness of vitamin D on bone health and fracture prevention for seniors, and have found inconsistencies in the performance of the supplement.
A recent study has found it to be increasingly beneficial for aging couples to plan and discuss possibilities for lifestyle and health changes that could occur during retirement.
In New York City, more seniors are getting involved with free yoga and fitness classes offered in parks throughout the city.
The important thing for many seniors to keep in mind is that having a passion is key to giving purpose to one's day and the main factor that contributes to a satisfying retirement.
The aging baby boomer population is approaching retirement rapidly, and there are a variety of ways they can decide when it is the 'right time' to consider themselves officially off the clock for good.
As baby boomers continue into old age, many are concerned with certain health risks that come with getting older.
A new study published in the journal of Age and Aging reveals that women are 40 percent more likely to need home elderly care services than men.
A recent study has shown that single baby boomers generally have a deficit in terms of economic, health and social status when compared to their coupled counterparts.
The Ocular Nutrition Society (ONS) recently issued a statement suggesting a pressing need to educate the baby boomer generation about the role of nutrition in maintaining proper eye health.
A recent study published in the Journal of Palliative Medicine highlights the need to develop programs that can accurately measure and improve the quality care for those in the end of life stage.
Recently, the U.S House of Representatives repealed the Community Living Assistance Services and Supports Act, a program designed to provide employees a daily source of income if they were to require home based care due to illness or disability.
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