Medical myths: All about aging

Medical myths: All about aging

Because aging is inevitable and, for some people, frightening, it is no surprise that myths abound. This article from Medical News Today tackles the many myths associated with aging relating to exercise, cognitive ability, sleep, and more. Read the full article...
Helpful apps for families caring for an aging parent

Helpful apps for families caring for an aging parent

The best thing a family can do for an older loved one is to stay in touch and stay informed. Your older loved one may be relying on you to keep him or her living well. The apps shared in this article from Cincinnati Business Courier, and others like them, can help you...
Signs it’s time for senior assisted living

Signs it’s time for senior assisted living

It’s often difficult to know when the time is right to make a move to assisted living. Acknowledging that someone you love needs full-time care is hard. Recognizing that you can’t give them that care may be difficult as well. If you’re concerned about your aging...
How To Reduce Loneliness In Old Age

How To Reduce Loneliness In Old Age

Isolation and loneliness are serious problems for older adults. Corona virus has only made this issue more challenging. Recent studies show that older adults who are isolated are likely to be sicker—and die sooner—than those who feel connected, though cause-and-effect...
Protect Your Parents From Scams

Protect Your Parents From Scams

A growing concern for many people in their 50s or 60s: Will my mom or dad become the victim of elder fraud? Scammers target older adults more often than other age group. And once burned, they may be hit up again as easy marks. Discussing these issues is emotional and...