No one wants to think about becoming critically ill or injured. But what if you had a medical emergency and needed certain measures to keep you alive? Would your loved ones know what kind of treatment you do or don’t want?
As we wait for a COVID-19 vaccine, it’s important that we get the shots that are available now to protect against other infectious diseases. For people over 50, one of those vaccines is for shingles.
Whether you’re concerned about weight gain or keeping up your golf game, the key to aging well is a healthy lifestyle. Eating nutritious foods, getting preventive care and staying active can go a long way toward promoting healthy aging.
The risk of falling increase with age. In fact, more than one in three people age 65 or older falls each year. And if you fall, you could break a bone, which could lead to hospitalization or disability.
Your memory often changes as you grow older, but memory loss that disrupts your daily life is not a typical part of aging.
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Is your health declining as you age? While some medical issues come with the territory of getting older, others may be cause for concern. Do you know what’s normal and what’s worth a discussion with your doctor?