Senior Living Blog - Health & Wellness

All About Good Posture

Published April 30, 2019 by Donna Mae Scheib

Good posture is important no matter how old you are, but there are added benefits for the senior population. This article addressed the topic of good posture and answers several key questions: What are these benefits? What exactly is good posture? and What can be done to improve your posture? In addition, several general tips about exercising are included. read more

5 Ways to Keep an Active Mind

Published April 25, 2019 by Donna Mae Scheib

As we age, our bodies and minds tend to slow down more than they did in our younger years. Luckily, there are many ways to keep our minds active and healthy so that they retain information longer and stay sharp. read more

Around the ripe old age of 55 years old, impending seniors start forgetting little things like names and where we put the mortgage statement. This can cause us great alarm and start us wondering if full-blown dementia is around the corner. read more

With the natural aging process, the skin becomes thinner and does not look as smooth as it once did. It loses vital components like collagen and elastin. Bones and veins may be more visible. read more

When you first hear the term "care management", you probably think that it generally describes communicating with medical professionals about your healthcare and planning future courses of action. This assumption is right, but a closer look shows that care management has very particular advantages and limitations for patient populations. read more

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