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5 Healthy Things Seniors Can Do to Live Longer

While we cannot reverse the aging process, it is possible to make a few changes to your daily routine in order to ensure that you live healthier and longer lives. Here are some healthy ways that you can get into that can help you to live the longest, healthiest life possible. Continue reading

Education May Play a Role in Decline in Dementia Rates

The number of senior Americans who are being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia is declining. According to one study, researchers think that one reason for this decline might be because of an increase in education. Continue reading

World’s Senior Population Expected to Boom by 2050

Currently, people ages 65 and older make up a little less than 9 percent of the population worldwide. A new report commissioned by the National Institute on Aging (NIA) claims the world’s senior population is expected to grow to around 17 percent by the year 2050. These projections have the number of Americans 65 and older growing from 48 million people to 88 million. Continue reading

5 Ways Seniors Can Eat Healthy

It’s no secret that choosing to eat healthy can—along with just generally making you feel better— help to prolong your life. Many seniors suffer from malnutrition, due to many different factors, from health to income. To make sure you age well and stay active, independent, and happy, here are five easy ways you can make sure you eat healthy. Continue reading

Changes in Mom’s Sense of Humor Can Be Early Signs of Dementia

Often, with diseases like Alzheimer’s and dementia, the first signs and symptoms are subtle and are confused with normal signs of aging. So the diseases go unnoticed for many years. A recent study hopes to shed some light on one of the early signs of Alzheimer’s and dementia, one that sometimes emerges years before any other symptoms: changes in a person’s sense of humor. Continue reading