Prescription medications can give seniors a better quality of life by managing chronic diseases such as heart disease, COPD, diabetes and many others. However, for optimal benefit, these medications need to be taken as prescribed and this seems to be … Continue reading →
Guest Post No matter what age, you want to lead the best possible quality of life possible. This usually means packing your calendar with well-rounded activities, social interaction, and physical activities with friends, family, and loved ones. This may not … Continue reading →
Guest Post by Michele Teter Rheumatoid arthritis doesn’t have to prevent senior citizens from staying healthy and active with a regular fitness routine. The key is to stick to low-impact exercises — gentle weight training, light aerobics or arthritis-friendly yoga … Continue reading →
Guest Post by Amanda Kaestner What’s that you say? According to the National Institute of Health (NIH), “There is a strong relationship between age and reported hearing loss.” They claim that 30% of adults 65 to 74 years old, and … Continue reading →
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The staff and residents at the Diana Isaac Retirement Village in Christchurch, New Zealand sang and danced to this tribute to Pharrell Williams’ Happy. Great place and happy senior citizens!