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Roughly one-third of retirees experience some sort of depression. The reasons vary, but there are steps you can take to enjoy a happier, healthier retirement.
It’s important to remember that falling as you get older is not inevitable. Falls can be prevented with simple strategies.
Maintaining physical activity as you get older will help you keep your independence longer, prevent or manage any chronic illnesses and easily continue to do everyday tasks.
Did you know that if you receive Medicare, you are eligible for a no-cost annual wellness visit? Medicare annual wellness visits focus on health promotion and disease prevention, which is key to living a long, healthy life.
Ever given much thought about making your home more accessible and safe so you can age in place with fewer worries? Here are some simple changes you can make.
Medical alert devices and other technology can be useful for seniors to ensure they can get help in case of a fall.
A newly approved shingles vaccines is more than 90 percent effective at warding off shingles. Is it right for you?
Staying active and maintaining healthy habits are the key to living your best life as you get older.