Easy Home Organization Tips For Managing Chronic Pain

We are happy to present our readers with an article written for us by our friend, Karen Weeks of www.elderwellness.net Living with chronic pain isn’t easy, but there are a few ways you can re-organize your home to minimize its impact on your daily life. Declutter One of the first things you should tackle is…

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Obesity: You Get Fat Because Your Brain Says So

Obesity affects more than a third of (or 78.6 million) adults in the United States. Obesity is a huge public health concern, not least because it is associated with poor mental health and many other serious medical problems. These include some of the leading causes of death in the U.S. and the rest of the world, such as diabetes, stroke, heart disease, and…

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Cancer Testing In The Elderly: Does It Really Make A Difference?

Cancer testing in the elderly has recently become controversial.  A growing number of cancer specialists, health system analysts, and geriatricians, are advocating for no testing. They insist, such testing is highly unlikely to detect lethal disease, hugely expensive, and more likely to harm than help. If lethal disease is found, follow-up testing and treatment is often…

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Wellness Coaching Helps Seniors Thrive And Survive

Wellness Coaches are certified professionals from diverse backgrounds and education who work with individuals and groups to achieve self-determined goals related to health and wellness. They help people build skills such as self-motivation, self-awareness, confidence, and resilience. The goal is make these changes sustainable.         Wellness Coaching: A Positive For Seniors Seniors, especially those…

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