With the dog days of summer at hand, proper hydration is a priority. Though older adults can become dehydrated quickly,
Did you know that skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States? And the main way of getting this disease is through ultraviolet rays from the sun. While a little Vitamin D from the sun is good for us, too much exposure can be extremely harmful to our bodies.
Are you looking for ways to enjoy the summer with your grandparent, parent or other older adult in your life? Here are 10 things to do this summer that you’ll both love.
Did you know May is Stroke Awareness & Prevention Month? The National Stroke Association describes a stroke as the occurrence of an artery in the brain either bursting or being blocked.
With summer right around the corner, it’s time to start looking forward to sunshine, baseball, and fruits and vegetables. If bushels and barrels of fresh, seasonal produce don’t get you excited, here are just a few reasons why they should.
What most of us are not aware of, is that summer heat claims more than 1,000 lives each year in the United States; more than the icy winters or the severe storms.