Healthy joints are an important part of your life at any age, but the risks to your joints increase as you get older. By taking measures to stay active and healthy while you age, you improve your joint health and reduce the risks of complications.
Health & Wellness
A good night’s sleep may feel great, but it’s good medicine, as well. Especially as we age. Getting enough sleep is so important, in fact, that a blog post from the Mayo Clinic calls sleep one of the “12 habits of highly healthy people.”
Whether you are 6 or 60, a healthy mouth is important at any age. When your teeth and gums look and feel great, you can easily chew and digest nutritious foods, speak with ease, and smile with confidence.
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.
It’s no secret that guys love their cars, but are they more likely to always change the oil on time than to visit the doctor for their annual checkup? Almost 70 percent of men find it easier to care for their cars than for their personal health.
Men often see retirement as an end goal, a sort of “holy grail.” Once there, whether attained at a specified time, for example at age 65, or thrust upon them through forced termination at an earlier unplanned stage, the result is the same—“Now what?”
Many people assume osteoporosis only affects women—but did you know it can also impact men and their health? Approximately 2 million American men are affected by the disease, and few recognize it as a significant threat to their mobility and independence.
Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) is an emotional version of acupuncture. Properly done, this frequently reduces the therapeutic process from months or years down to hours or minutes.
Although triggers vary from one man to another, there are four key elements at the core of most men's problems: hormonal fluctuations, changes in brain chemistry, increasing stress, and loss of male identity and purpose.