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Baby Boomers and Alternative Medicine

As every senior citizen knows, various aches and pains, along with chronic health problems are common issues that arise with age. Many Baby Boomers today are turning to alternative medicine for solutions. According to

Memory Loss and Vitamin Supplements: Do They Help?

The possibility of memory loss is one of the main causes of concern for seniors. Many older men and women are looking for ways to bolster memory with vitamin supplements. WebMD has provided a

Seniors Embracing Technology

Although the learning curve can be challenging and seniors may be late to adopt new technology, more older people are now embracing the digital age. According to Pew Research Center surveys, a clear majority

Does Alcohol Affect Memory?

Research in the past has documented the negative effects of alcohol on cognitive function. However, as reported in an article in Time, it may begin to affect memory sooner than was originally thought. In

Tips to Avoid Senior Identity Theft

Seniors who are worried about identity theft have good reason to be nervous. Millions of people across the nation fall victim every year. Senior identity theft is on the rise, placing older adults in

Lifestyle Changes Can Resolve Late-Life Anxiety

We all experience anxiety from time to time. However, older people have a higher risk of experiencing troublesome anxiety that becomes disruptive to life for several reasons: Seniors experience more losses. Older people suffer

Seniors on a Budget: Tips and Tricks to Stretch Your Dollars

Living within a tighter budget can be a challenge when you make the change from employee to retiree. This can be particularly tough for seniors with no 401k or pension plan who are getting

Are Seniors Over-Medicated?

Medications save lives and play an important role in managing various health conditions. However, they are often overprescribed, particularly for senior citizens. Polypharmacy – the simultaneous use of multiple drugs by a single patient

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,

Tips for Maintaining a Healthy Brain

Every part of the body changes as we grow older, including the brain. And as the brain changes, mental function changes along with it. Cognitive impairment because of declining mental function is one of

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