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Senior Quality of Life: Try Music, Not TV

According to an article presented by NPR, Americans are watching more TV than ever. The average person in the U.S. watches more than five hours a day, and seniors are watching even more TV

Vitamin D and Senior Health

Vitamin D is known as the sunshine vitamin. It is unique among vitamins because it can be produced in the skin with exposure to sunlight. It can also be consumed in food and supplements.

Automatic Fall Detection for Seniors on the Go

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued a press release with facts revealing that falls are leading cause of death and injury for older adults in the U.S. According to CDC statistics,

Seniors Going Organic: Is it Worth the Cost?

Organically grown fruits, vegetables, grains, and meats are costlier than commercially produced foods, and are widely believed to be healthier for the body. Many seniors watch what they eat, and buy organic, but are

Natural Stress Relievers for Seniors

Stress is a part of life in the 21st Century and it does not go away with retirement. Seniors experience stress, just like everyone else. The difference is that coping with stress becomes more

The RV Gang: Seniors on the Road

Retiring Baby Boomers make up a new active generation of older Americans. These savvy seniors are embracing recreational vehicles as a convenient, comfortable, affordable way to enjoy the experience of being on the open

Senior Mentoring Programs

Seniors mentoring youth may be the perfect match. Senior mentoring programs tap the valuable resource of knowledgeable older adults with time and energy to contribute, and direct all they have to offer toward children

Walking the Senior Blues Away

It’s too easy to get the blues when you’re growing older. Major phases in life have already gone by. Chronic health conditions are common among seniors. Many older people are widowed or divorced and

5 Simple Diet Changes that Make a Difference for Seniors

Our bodies change as we grow older. Senior citizens have different nutritional needs than younger people, and the way they eat needs to change to meet those needs. This does not mean that you

Medication and Senior Falls – What’s the Story?

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), falls are the leading cause of injury and death among older people in the U.S. In a single recent year, older Americans suffered 29
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