Senior Living Blog

Hearing Health

Published February 17, 2019 by Donna Mae Scheib

According to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD), nearly 1/4 of seniors between the ages of 65 and 74 and 1/2 of those who are 75 years or older have a disabling hearing loss. To help you further understand the prevalence of hearing loss, medical research reveals that a hearing loss is the third most prevalent health condition in older adults, only after arthritis and heart disease. read more

Typical Changes as We Age

Published February 13, 2019 by Donna Mae Scheib

A cane…a walker…gray hair…wrinkled skin. These are some of the images that come to mind when we think of aging. read more

Taking care of your teeth and gums is important during all phases of your life as good dental health impacts your entire body. However, dental health is often overlooked by many seniors. read more

Did you know that there are thousands of articles written in various news, health, medical, and popular journals that talk about the benefits of a positive mental attitude? Likewise, there have been many professional studies conducted in the past several decades that show the power of PMA. read more

Getting enough fluids is important for everyone. Your body depends on water to function adequately. In fact, 60% of your body weight is made up of fluids that provide a moist environment for ear, nose, and throat tissues (preventing viruses from entering); carry nutrients to your cells, and flush toxins. read more

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