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How To Keep The Immune System Strong As We Age

Posted by Joe Gilmore on Jun 20, 2019 11:00:00 AM
 

The immune system is used to help protect your body from foreign or harmful substances such as bacteria, viruses, toxins, cancer cells, and blood from other people. The immune system makes cells and antibodies that destroy these harmful intruders.

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Staying Hydrated As We Age

Posted by Joe Gilmore on Jun 18, 2019 11:00:00 AM
 

Inadequate hydration and not getting enough water is associated with increased morbidity and mortality in the senior population hence why staying hydrated is so important. There are even a number of hydration-related medication conditions in the geriatric population that are associated with either over-hydration or dehydration.

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How the Arts Can Assist Healthy Aging

Posted by Joe Gilmore on Mar 13, 2019 11:00:00 AM
 

Nearly everyone knows that eating a nutrient-rich diet, getting proper exercise, and getting enough sleep can help you stay healthy and reduce the physical and mental deterioration associated with aging. However, many don’t understand how impactful art therapy can have on our health.

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Skin Changes With Aging

Posted by Joe Gilmore on Jan 29, 2019 6:41:00 PM
 

There are a number of bodily changes as we age. Not only can our muscles lose strength, but our eyesight may worsen. For most people, skin becomes thinner, less fat, and no longer looks as plump and smooth as it once did. Similarly, the veins and bones can become more noticeable and prevalent. When you put enough miles on your body, the skin can start to wrinkle and dry out, blemishes like age spots may start to show as well. Cancer is even a risk for people who are used to being in the sunlight for a long time or have spent many years of their life sun tanning.

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How Seniors Can Stay Hydrated

Posted by Jackson Bentley on Aug 6, 2018 3:08:07 PM
 

Summer give us many chances to enjoy the sunshine and great weather. We can go on morning walks, hikes, hold picnics, and more. All of these activities in the sunshine and warm weather significantly lift your spirits and boost your mood. However, one risk to look out for seniors during the summer is staying hydrated. Seniors are susceptible to dehydration, so they need to take extra precautions while doing outdoor activities. This can be due to age-related changes in the body’s capacity for self-regulating and handling extreme temperatures.

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Healthy Aging In 2018

Posted by Conor Denton on Mar 15, 2018 10:00:00 AM
 

How is it that some older adults manage to make aging seem so smooth and effortless? We see them putting their grown children to shame on hiking trails and appear a decade younger than their actual age. What’s their secret? They do things that everyone should be doing, regardless of how old you are! Read about healthy aging in 2018 to learn what you can do to ease into late life with energy and purpose.

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Practicing Healthy Aging

Posted by Conor Denton on Jan 30, 2018 10:00:00 AM
 

While making your New Year resolutions, finding out what is healthy aging is essential to living a long, active life. Do you often start off every year with a “bang” but tucker out or lose enthusiasm after a few months? There are simple things that older adults can do every day that don’t take a lot of time, energy or effort. Want to know what they are? Keep reading to learn healthy aging tips for 2018 that will keep you vibrant, strong, and active.

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