Everyone has health concerns at some point or another. Whether you are receiving regular care for a specific disease or illness, or you visit your doctor annually for checkups and prevention, here are a few suggestions for managing costs…
Just because we are getting older doesn’t mean that we should miss out on some of the fun activities in life! In fact, here are a few things we can all do to maintain good health and have high levels of energy during the later years of life.
In today’s highly digital world, many people turn to the internet to learn more about their symptoms, and there are even websites that offer professional medical advice. Are these virtual doctor visits right for you?
Many people look forward to the relaxation and slower lifestyle that they can enjoy during retirement, and it is essential that you have a clean, comfortable home to live in. After many years of raising kids and working hard, it is common for homes to become cluttered with random items that were collected over the years. Here’s what to do about it…
Many people slip into unhealthy habits during retirement, especially if they don’t have hobbies or interest that keep them active. It is important to take a proactive approach to include both physical and mental exercises in your regular schedule.
As we move into springtime, it is a great opportunity to look for ways to start fresh in your daily habits. The things that you do each day can add up over time, and these daily habits will impact your health as you get older.
Diabetes impacts an estimated 22 million people within the United States, and there are many people who are at risk for diabetes. As you age, it’s important to identify the factors and potential signs of the disease and contact your physician if you think you may be at risk.