All Entries For senior health

Is Diet the Most Important Factor for Senior Health? Maybe Not.

According to a recent survey, there are consistent habits those seniors who consider themselves in "great" health have in common.
Posted 7/3/2012  2:00:00 PM By:   : 56 comments   49,779 views
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Regular Exercise Benefits a Senior's Mind and Body

When my grandma stopped walking, both her physical and mental health started to decline. Research validates that regular exercise for seniors has more than just physical benefits.
Posted 4/27/2012  6:00:00 AM By:   : 47 comments   41,586 views
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Life Lessons from Those Who Have Lived It

Every day I struggle with how to make my life as happy and fulfilling as possible. I try to make the most of the time I have, because I never want to look back with regret.
Posted 2/10/2012  2:00:00 PM By:   : 36 comments   19,792 views
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You Can Teach an Old Body Fit Tricks

I've assumed that as I age, fitness gains won't come as easily. But according to some new research, my logic might be a little faulty.
Posted 4/28/2011  2:17:35 PM By:   : 46 comments   36,749 views
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Lifting Weights Isn't Just For the Young

New research is showing that adults who start a regular strength training program can help minimize muscle loss and increase independence as they age.
Posted 2/22/2011  5:51:33 AM By:   : 63 comments   29,868 views
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In Memoriam: Jack LaLanne

Jack LaLanne, founding father of the fitness movement in the United States, died at home on Sunday at the age of 96, but his legacy lives on...
Posted 1/26/2011  3:00:00 PM By:   : 150 comments   33,574 views
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Celery Could Help Retain Your Memory

Celery could be an unsung hero for those of us with memory loss worries.
Posted 10/21/2010  10:40:32 AM By:   : 110 comments   25,951 views
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Diet and Exercise Influence Alzheimer's Disease Risk

The on-going question of how to prevent Alzheimer's disease continues to fuel new investigations. Some specific healthy habits can lower risk. See if your lifestyle measures up.
Posted 10/7/2010  10:55:18 AM By:   : 15 comments   18,603 views
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You Are Never Too Old to Boost Brain Power with Exercise

Numerous studies have shown the intellectual benefits of exercise for children. But kids arenít the only ones whose brain power gets a boost from exercise.
Posted 9/21/2010  5:03:44 PM By:   : 54 comments   21,484 views
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A Grand Opportunity for Alzheimer's Disease

Researchers are looking for older people with early complaints of memory problems to volunteer for a clinical study to examine subtle brain changes.
Posted 6/14/2010  5:28:43 AM By:   : 87 comments   21,330 views
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Senior Playgrounds Offer New Exercise Options

Who says that playgrounds should be just for kids? London's Hyde Park area is set to open a new outdoor playground specifically geared toward older adults.
Posted 3/5/2010  10:00:00 AM By:   : 115 comments   25,050 views
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A Younger Look May Mean Living Longer

Have you ever had someone ask your age, and then be shocked at your response? A new study reveals that looking younger may mean you live longer.
Posted 12/22/2009  1:42:33 PM By:   : 111 comments   25,405 views
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Obtaining Your Family's Medical History: Do You Know Yours?

Knowing your family's medical history may help your doctor be more aware of potential medical issues regarding your own health.
Posted 10/24/2009  5:38:31 AM By:   : 71 comments   34,470 views
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How Do You Feel about End-of-Life Nutrition and Hydration?

Have you ever thought about artificial hydration or nutrition and if it is right for you?
Posted 8/27/2009  6:24:04 AM By:   : 184 comments   37,973 views
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Improve Your Balance in 3 Simple Steps

How often do you exercise to improve your balance? Here are some easy ways to add balance training to your workouts without spending more time in the gym.
Posted 7/22/2009  11:15:30 AM By:   : 72 comments   50,457 views
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