Senior Health

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Reduce the Risk of Flu for Older Adults

It is important to reduce the risk of flu for older adults. To reduce your risk of getting the flu the CDC recommendations state: Get a flu shot Try to avoid close contact with sick people. Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze. Throw […] Read more »

Successful Aging or How to Age Better

I once had a friend tell me “The secret to successful aging is the acceptance of letting go.” When she first said that to me, I thought the view rather defeatist and depressing, but I could not help but ponder on the idea. Not only did I eventually accept the […] Read more »

Is it Dementia or a silent UTI

Anyone who has experienced a UTI (urinary tract infection) in their youth will tell you that it has distinct physical symptoms, such as pain, burning, frequency, and pressure. In fact, given time, a UTI is too painful to endure without medical intervention. This is often not the case with an […] Read more »

Creative Exercise for the Elderly-Conductorcise

What pops into your head when you hear “Conductorcise”?  Have you heard of it before?  Volume III Rejuvenate is just plain fun!  Not only is the music beautiful, ADAM (Waltz from Giselle), Beethoven, Mozart, to name a few but Maestro David Dworkin is a true motivator.  Don’t know if you […] Read more »

Companionship and Senior Health

Companionship and senior health is often underrated in its importance, yet our need to interconnect with others has been documented in numerous studies, and some have claimed that companionship is a natural anti-depressant. Sister studies have shown that depression is often linked to social isolation or a feeling of loneliness. […] Read more »

Have you scheduled your Brown Bag review?

Brown bag medication reviews is a term used to describe the activity of putting all your medications into a bag and taking them to your pharmacist or doctor for review. It is an important activity to help people derive maximum benefit from their medicines and identify potential medication-related problems. To […] Read more »