Older adults may reduce their risk of cardiovascular problems and stroke by taking an extra-aggressive approach to blood pressure management, says a NEJM study.
It’s Never 2 Late Rehab gives therapists discipline-specific content to help seniors get engaged, exercise more and improve clinical outcomes.
New research suggests poverty and perceived hardship could lead to premature aging.
A new study found that improving self-perceptions related to efficacy and aging in older adults can reduce signs of depression in older adults.
An outreach program dishes up healthy and tasty eats to help seniors get the nutrients they need and make meal time a not-to-be-missed social affair.
New research suggests the key to helping dual-eligible seniors stay at home—and stay healthy—begins by speaking with, not to, seniors.
Social butterflies tend to be in better health and less vulnerable to elder abuse, a Canadian researcher has found.
A 14-year study indicates that as the number of older adults continues to climb over the next 44 years, the heart failure rate could triple.
Despite sunshine and warm temperatures, influenza season is right around the corner. Are your staffers trained in the policies and protocols concerning vaccinations?
Researchers found older adults who read more than 3.5 hours a week had a lower mortality rate regardless of background.
Most adults know the benefits of exercise, but only 56 percent engage in some form of physical activity. Still fewer get the recommended amount. Being a couch potato is not only bad for your waistline and heart. It’s bad for the brain, too.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is reaching deeper into primary care assessments to develop individualized treatment plans to reduce risks and promote wellness.
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