Cold vs. Flu

Is it the Flu or Simply a Cold? Here’s How to Tell the Difference

This year’s influenza season is well underway, and it hasn’t even peaked yet. So, we’d be remiss if we didn’t suggest getting a vaccination...

Making Friends Across Generations: New Perspectives

Just because you’re fifty, sixty, seventy or eighty years old (or more!) doesn’t mean that all of your friends have to be. An...
Emotional Support Animal

Could You Benefit from an Emotional Support Animal?

These days emotional support animals (or ESAs) are becoming increasingly popular for people of all ages. Of course, there’s also been quite a bit...

Historically Long Flu Season: Fighting off the Flu

This flu season has been uncharacteristically long. According to the CDC, flu season started in the fall with a mild flu strain. However, a...
Sleeping

Simple Tips for Sleeping Better at Night

As we get older, it can get more difficult to do things we once found easy. An often-overlooked example of this is sleep....
Morning

How Your Morning Routine Can Affect Your Health

Whether you know it or not, having a good morning routine is absolutely essential to maintaining good health. More and more, we read about all...

Why You Should Get a Dog When You Retire

Retiring can be a big step in your life when it comes to your daily routine. You’ll go from waking up and going...

3 Amazingly Easy Scientifically Proven Ways to Improve Lasting Happiness

For many years happiness was a difficult term to scientifically quantify. Scientists were able to develop strong correlations but struggled with causations....
Fit Seniors

Being Physically Fit After 50 isn’t About How Much You Weigh

If you’re letting the bathroom scale affect your mentality when it comes to fitness and dieting, stop that. Seriously, while this is true for...

Is the Keto Diet Healthy for Older Americans?

Maybe you’ve heard of the Keto Diet. It’s a diet that focuses on getting the body into a state known as ketosis,...

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