When moving into your senior years and beginning to plan for retirement, it’s important to consider how you will cover health care costs — especially if you won’t be eligible for Medicare before leaving your job. Let’s take a closer look at your options.
Health & Wellness
Yes, winter is here with all its festivities. The holidays are upon us. Friends and family are visiting. The landscape is touched by a softening blanket of snow. However, the winter season brings challenges as well as joys, especially for seniors.
If you think your days for achieving straighter teeth have long passed, then think again. Like children and teens, adults can also receive the same benefit of an improved smile and oral health from wearing orthodontic braces.
Hormones play a vital role throughout your life, from the angst-riddled urges of adolescence, to the miracle of reproduction, to how well body systems function as you age. Yes, hormones are even integral to how the human body handles the aging process. Wh
Entering your golden years doesn’t give you permission to forget about your teeth and gums. In fact, senior citizens are faced with many unique oral health concerns, and failure to maintain good dental health could lead to tooth loss, cavities and gum dis
Americans are obsessed with weight. We weigh too much, we’re told. Obesity will kill many of us. The truth is far more complicated. Part of that truth: a person’s weight is controlled by hundreds of different factors. And those are ones we know about.
Gargantuan, colossal, whopping multiplexes that offer “one stop shopping” also offer a unique fitness opportunity. The fact is, they’re so large that you can get a pretty good workout simply by never moving your car once you’ve parked it.
Chronic pain and illness can make any day a challenge, but throw in holiday stress and expectations, and it can push your already overburdened body to the limit. The good news is proper self-care can help you manage your pain and fatigue.
Thanksgiving kicks off the holiday season, and with it, festive times with friends and family. However, for those living with chronic illness, unrealistic expectations, travel difficulties, and busy schedules can add up to increased pain and fatigue.
We’re not built to sit for long periods of time. Our bones, our muscles, our nerves—every bodily system is improved by movement. If you move more frequently and sit less than you do during the day you’ll improve your health in a myriad of ways.