A new online source of advice and help from the National Institute on Aging will help those dealing with terminal illness.
A new study published in JAMA Neurology found that individuals with heart disease are at an increased risk of developing dementia, according to HealthDay News.
The cat is out of the bag. Felines and canines are not only cute and cuddly companions, but they are also proven to improve the mental health, as well as decrease doctor visits, for seniors.
Stress isn't healthy for an individual of any age so it's important to stay away from it.
A new study by Rush University Medical Center in Chicago discovered that more people may die from Alzheimer's than previously thought.
Traveling after retirement is a goal for most people who never seized the opportunity while they were working.
Getting older doesn't mean you get to stop exercising.
Yoga can be a beneficial practice for individuals of all ages but can provide a little something extra for aging adults.
While martial arts are usually not a common recreational activity for seniors, researchers are now suggesting that mastering the moves of the ancient Chinese defense practice known as Tai chi will help foster a variety of health benefits.