Amyloid plaque deposits are regarded as some of the earliest signs of Alzheimer’s disease, and new research suggests that adults with higher cholesterol levels tend to have a greater amount of these troublesome . . .
Physical activity has long been recognized as a cornerstone of healthy aging, but some seniors may find it difficult to find an exercise they enjoy. Luckily, there are many options to choose from, with everything from walking . . .
It’s not unusual for adult children to help their elderly parents with their finances. In addition to providing children with some peace of mind that their loved ones are financially stable, it can help remove stress from the lives . . .
Depression can be one of the most overlooked health conditions facing the elderly population. This is due to a number of reasons, but one of the largest is that it can be difficult for caregivers to recognize the symptoms.
Today, older adults are helping redefine aging. In years past, it may have seemed unusual for adults to remain active in their communities well into their 80s and 90s, but that is becoming more and more common.
Few senior health issues are as prevalent as Alzheimer’s disease, and the significant focus placed on the condition by the medical community is certainly a testament to that.
The common perception of aging has changed considerably in recent years, and a new study will certainly help fuel this growing trend. Researchers from the London School of Economics analyzed data from the 2010 American . . .
Getting involved in the community is something for people of all ages to enjoy, and residents at one retirement living community in Dorval are certainly testaments to that.
Of all the components of healthy senior living, few are more important than social interaction. Having a group of like-minded individuals to spend time with has shown to have a positive impact on quality of life.
Most seniors recognize the importance of staying physically active, but it can sometimes be difficult for them to do so. A variety of different obstacles may be in the way, from poor weather to a lack of available facilities, but a . . .