How to increase memory power is everyone's concern. These suggestions offer the opportunity to work on our memory while we shop, make telephone calls, use passwords and even sing a favorite song.
Using small things to decorate a nursing home room sounds doesn't sound like a big deal, but it can mean the world to a resident of one of these facilities. Here are some easy ways to make someone feel more at home when they are far from home.
Describes 5 common vision conditions in aging adults. Includes definitions, symptoms and causes for cataracts, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, retinal detachment and blindness.
Life at 50 can be beautiful, glamorous and meaningful, if you make certain changes in yourself, by reinventing and re-energizing. Discover the new you, by embracing your age gracefully. Follow a healthy lifestyle, be happy, help others and be positive.
I'm sure you still remember how you've been told again and again by your Mom and homeroom teacher to "stand up straight, or sit erect." Did you ever take that advice? Actually, proper posture is about training the body to stand, walk, and sit,...
The wisdom nuggets I teach best are those extracted from my personal situations. Some of them took years for me to understand. At 65, I begin to share them especially for those who walk behind me.
If you have Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA), there is hope. Although medical literature calls RA "incurable," that is far from the truth. Taking charge of our healing, we can live well, and even trigger remission. With my help, working with a combination of sunlight, healthy diet, healthy exercise, and...
New friendship is the answer for 65ers whose old friends have relocated or passed on. After 65, the emphasis is less on making a living, and more on enjoying life. Friends add to the celebration.
This article explains the scientific studies that have been done to compare types of arthrtiis to weather conditions. Low temperatures, high humidity and barometric pressure changes have all been studied in relation to joint pain of people with osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.
I just finished this short book called Two Old Women. It got me thinking about what we are and are not really capable of. As I grow older I'm more aware of my limitations and my importance.