According to research about 6% of the population could be sensitive to gluten. Many people, including seniors, may not even realize that they have a gluten sensitivity.
While smoking, overeating, and drug or alcohol abuse are plainly detrimental to your loved one’s health, the following activities may also have a life-shortening impact.
Around 15% of older adults have mental health issues. Of those, about 5% have serious mental illness.
September is National Self Improvement Month which makes it the perfect time for seniors that are struggling to figure out what comes next for them to set some new goals.
Across the country, many areas have been experiencing heat waves. Daily high-temperature records are being broken in many states.
Your dad’s shoulder pain keeps getting worse. It’s time to address the steps you can take to help him around the home.
When your senior mom or dad has healthy habits it can seem like the end of the world because of their elderly age.
You may notice that your older adult walks with their feet shuffled or dragging. If you are taking care of your parents, it’s important not to ignore this problem.
Medications can affect seniors in many different ways and getting extra care to watch for any bad interactions can keep your seniors safer.
Are you worried that your elderly loved one is going to get a fracture? Maybe you have read about bone loss and the increased risk of fractures in senior citizens.