Aging Well

Benefits of Reading: Getting Smart, Thin, Healthy, Happy
Benefits of Reading: Getting Smart, Thin, Healthy, Happy

A love of reading can protect your brain from Alzheimer’s disease, slash stress levels, encourage… >>

3 Ways to Attack Your Heart Risk
3 Ways to Attack Your Heart Risk

Cardiologist Joel K. Kahn, MD explains the smartest ways to approach heart disease prevention. >>

How to Reduce Puffy Eyes and Dark Circles: 6 Surefire Tricks
How to Reduce Puffy Eyes and Dark Circles: 6 Surefire Tricks

If the eyes are the mirror to the soul, some people’s souls look puffy, dark, tired, and… >>

How Nostalgic, Happy Thoughts Make You Healthier
How Nostalgic, Happy Thoughts Make You Healthier

Boost your mood, ward off loneliness, and strengthen family bonds—all by thinking about your… >>

5 Incredible Old Women Who Are Awesome at Life
5 Incredible Old Women Who Are Awesome at Life

Age is just a number, and for these inspiring older ladies, life is just an adventure. >>

Skilled-Nursing Facilities: Negotiating the Terrain
Skilled-Nursing Facilities: Negotiating the Terrain

Whether or not we plan to, many of us might need to spend time in a rehabilitation facility… >>

Aging Parents: How to Transition into At-Home Care
Aging Parents: How to Transition into At-Home Care

Health care services at home can be simplified with this guide to making a smooth transition. >>

Looking for an Easy Stretching Routine? Try This
Looking for an Easy Stretching Routine? Try This

You'll improve your flexibility, loosen up and lengthen your muscles, and feel more limber after… >>

7 Alzheimer’s Disease Stages: What Caregivers Can Expect
7 Alzheimer’s Disease Stages: What Caregivers Can Expect

What caregivers can expect from loved ones who are going through the seven Alzheimer's disease… >>

How to Remember Names
How to Remember Names

Recent studies shed light on why memory blips happen when you are trying to remember someone's… >>