End of Life Legal Information: Advance Directives

Four important documents you and your loved one need—before a crisis occurs.
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Managing Chronic Pain Without Medicine

Managing Chronic Pain Without Medicine

For reasons that range from expense to fear of dependency to simple ineffectiveness, many people don’t want to rely on traditional medications for managing chronic pain. What sort of options do they have? Read More
Preventing Elder Abuse and Fraud

Preventing Elder Abuse and Fraud

Do you know the warning signs of elder abuse? Find out how to identify danger and what to do if your loved one is a victim of abuse or fraud. Read More
Stronger Bones for Better Health

Stronger Bones for Better Health

Keeping your bones strong and healthy is an important factor in maintaining health, avoiding falls, and preventing osteoporosis. Read More
10 Tips for Reducing Asthma Attacks

10 Tips for Reducing Asthma Attacks

Some asthma attacks are unavoidable but you can minimize their effects and prevent hospitalizations by following some simple tips. Read More
Getting Outside for Your Health

Getting Outside for Your Health

Spending time outside is rejuvenating, mentally and physically. Take advantage of the health benefits one can experience from going outside. Read More
Substance Abuse and Seniors

Substance Abuse and Seniors

Substance abuse is a serious health problem among older adults, with serious consequences. Find out the risk factors, symptoms, and how to get help. Read More
Supplements vs. Healthy Diets: Which Is Better for You?

Supplements vs. Healthy Diets: Which Is Better for You?

Should you take vitamins? Start by asking yourself these 6 questions. Read More
Incredibly Easy Spinach Quiche

Incredibly Easy Spinach Quiche

This spinach quiche recipe is a great example of reducing high-fat ingredients (such as heavy cream) without compromising flavor or texture. Read More
Urinary Tract Infections

Urinary Tract Infections

It's the most common type of infection in older adults, affecting men and women, and the symptoms are different from what you might be familiar with. Read More
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