In today’s radio show we are joined by musician Dave Roth in New York as he shares “Seniors 2.0; Your Life Redefined” – his parent’s experience with Alzheimer’s disease and how Music and Memory is making a difference in their lives.
Joining our radio show today is the Joseph & Kathleen Bryan Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center discussing Alzheimer’s disease from a research standpoint.
Two components of wellness that can be particularly detrimental to healthy aging if they are not given proper attention are social and physical wellness.
Today’s show “Iowa’s Healthiest State Initiative” discusses how a state recognized as number nineteen in 2011 on the Healthiest State index in the country creates and accepts the challenge to become number one in the country by 2016.
As an Exercise Physiologist, it is sometimes difficult for me to relate to people who do not enjoy physical activity. In my opinion, the desire to move is innate, but many people have lost touch with that inner drive.
Save the story of your world and life for future generations. Give them the gift of your memoirs.
While seniors may be unhappy about hanging up the keys to the family vehicle, living in a retirement community makes it easier when that time comes. Consider these signs it may be time.
Low magnesium levels are detrimental to senior health. Find out what low levels can cause for your senior loved ones and what foods are good sources of magnesium.
Quick changes can add new interest and energy to the environment in your retirement home. Get out of a rut or eliminate boredom with these 5 strategies.
Taking prescription drugs when it is convenient or easy to remember may not be the best practice for seniors. Drug chronotherapy may make medications seniors take more effective and better tolerated.