Arthritis

Moving forward after hip replacement surgery

Every year there are more than 285,000 hip replacement surgeries conducted in the United States, according to the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons.

Natural remedies for arthritis pain

The degenerative condition that is arthritis causes inflammation of the joints and leads to stiffness and pain.

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The benefits of yoga for seniors

Yoga can be a beneficial practice for individuals of all ages but can provide a little something extra for aging adults.

Are syringes and needles covered under Medicare?

Around 9 million Americans use syringes and needles to help stabilize their medical conditions from home, amounting to over 3 billion total used each year. Injection devices are commonly used to administer insulin for diabetes patients, but can also be used for a variety of medical conditions such as allergies, hepatitis, arthritis, HIV/AIDS and cancer. These medical supplies typically range in sizes depending on the volumes and lengths needed to treat a diagnosed ailment. 6 millimeters, 8 millimeters and 12.7 millimeters are mainly used for at-home injections, however it's important to consult with your doctor regarding which variety is necessary for your condition.

6 health benefits of meditation

In our modern lives, it's not hard to find something that causes stress. No wonder so many seniors remind themselves to take a deep breath and relax - it actually might be the best advice for enhancing senior wellness.

Stabilizing stomach bacteria could lengthen lifespan

We all know what aging looks like - wrinkles, gray hair, arched back - but what's going on internally in the human body?

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Simple solutions that can help you avoid injuries cause by falls

As the body ages, it becomes much more susceptible to a variety of different medical conditions and ailments that can drastically effect the way an individual lives his or her life.

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Does wintry weather actually cause joint pain?

There are many reasons why senior wellness takes a turn for the worse during the winter season, and according to many, joint pain is one of them.

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Senior wellness and folic acid levels

We're currently in the midst of National Folic Acid Awareness Week.

The ins and outs of knee replacement surgery

Many elderly individuals find that as they grow older their bodies don't always work as well as they once did. New aches and pains pop up every day, eyesight begins to fade and cognitive function worsens, making it difficult for many older adults to continue to participate in the activities they love.