A senior couple walking on the streets of an ancient city Motovun on Istria in Croatia, Europe.

About six months ago, my father mentioned to my stepmom, Linda, that he’d go to Europe with her sometime. While the comment was probably just idle chitchat or a way to get on her good side, Linda didn’t let the offer just slide by. She’d been to Europe several times on her own and had…

Hospice Care

Hospice care is a type of medical care designed to provide palliative care for terminally ill patients during the last six months of life. This type of care is reserved for patients who are no longer receiving curative treatment. Palliative medical care is an important part of hospice care. This means making sure the patient…

Face of Alzheimers Disease

Alzheimer’s disease is the fourth leading cause of death of Americans, after heart disease, cancer, and stroke. Worldwide, over 47 million people have the disease, and 76 million are expected to have the disease by 2030. While it is most commonly a condition of the elderly, doctors have discovered that even people in their 40’s,…

Smartwatch Seniors

The smartwatch has officially taken over the wearable technology market, and the Apple Watch is by far the most popular. While you might think smartwatches are only for the tech-savvy younger generation, the Apple Watch has many built-in features and downloadable apps that are perfect for seniors. Fall Detection Apple introduced fall detection with their…

Swimsuit Season

When Memorial Day rolled around each year, you may have pulled out your bikini or low-cut/high-cut one-piece and slathered yourself with baby oil to lounge in the sun. But nowadays, you’re probably not as eager to bare that much skin on the beach or at the pool! Fortunately, skimpy bikinis and curve-hugging one-pieces aren’t the…

Portrait of a happy senior man showing his driving license while

SPONSORED POST After decades of hard work, family ventures, and major life events, you’ve finally retired! Retirement means you’re now able to enjoy your free time, get some R&R, and start new hobbies to create a meaningful life. Many new retirees have big plans for their new life. To navigate through this new chapter, you’re…

Senior woman holding digital glucometer and pastry at home. Diabetes diet

Over 100 million Americans have diabetes or prediabetes. This is about 9.4 percent of the total population, but in the senior population, that percentage jumps to 25%. This means that one in four people over 65 is living with diabetes. The rate of new diagnoses is also steadily climbing, and type II diabetes, sometimes called…

River Cruise

While you love the idea of seeing multiple cities on a single trip without the hassle of packing and unpacking, you may think you’re not the cruising type. The cabins are too small, the vast, multi-decked ships too hard to get around, and the threat of seasickness all too real! But voyages on those mega-liners…

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