Healthy Aging

Benefits of Lifelong Learning for Seniors

May 4, 2021

Like any muscle, the brain requires ongoing exercise to keep it sharp and strong. Continuing to flex that muscle by learning throughout your life is o...
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Benefits of Lifelong Learning for Seniors

Like any muscle, the brain requires ongoing exercise to keep it sharp and strong. Continuing to flex that muscle by learning throughout your life is one way you can proactively work to reduce the natural cognitive decline that often accompanies aging. ...

The Importance of Socialization for Seniors

April 22, 2021

In your retirement years, your pace of life may slow, but that doesn’t mean your social schedule should, too. Maintaining strong social ties through...
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The Importance of Socialization for Seniors

In your retirement years, your pace of life may slow, but that doesn’t mean your social schedule should, too. Maintaining strong social ties throughout your life is good for your emotional and mental health, can play a role in your physical health, and can even result in a longer life span. ...

The Importance of Staying Socially Active for Seniors

March 4, 2021

Did you know that socializing can offer abundant health benefits? When you spend time with others, you reap the benefits improved mental and physical ...
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The Importance of Staying Socially Active for Seniors

Did you know that socializing can offer abundant health benefits? When you spend time with others, you reap the benefits improved mental and physical health as well as an extended lifespan....

Balance and Strength Exercises for Seniors

February 6, 2021

Nothing makes your heart skip a beat like losing your balance, slipping on the floor or stumbling while walking. You may be able to catch your balance...
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Balance and Strength Exercises for Seniors

Nothing makes your heart skip a beat like losing your balance, slipping on the floor or stumbling while walking. You may be able to catch your balance now, but it can become increasingly difficult as you age. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) tells us that more than one out of four older people falls each year, and one out of five...