1. 3 Scary Truths About Glaucoma In Seniors And What To Do About Them

    Learn how to fight Glaucoma to protect your eyes Glaucoma is THE leading cause of blindness in the USA and over 3 million Americans are currently living with the condition. The most common form of glaucoma is open angle glaucoma – and 90% of those 3 million afflicted with it are over the age of 40. Here are some eye-opening facts about glaucoma followed by some helpful hints to reduce your risk …Read More

  2. What Does A Thyroid Problem Look Like In Senior Adults?

    How Hypothyroidism & Hyperthyroidism Affect Us As We Age 20 million Americans have a thyroid problem. As people age, they become more susceptive to developing a thyroid disorder, such as hyperthyroidism or thyroid cancer. The American Thyroid Association estimates that 1 in 4 patients in nursing homes may have diagnosed hypothyroidism. Even a “small” thyroid problem is a big deal because t…Read More

  3. Easy Tips For Seniors To Maintain Healthy Eyes & Improve Vision

    Older adults are much more sensitive to eye problems as they age. By following 3 simple methods, seniors can easily protect themselves from vision loss. Learn how to develop healthy eyesight before eye problems occur When you think about it, losing the ability to see the world around you can be scary. We completely rely on our vision for even the most basic tasks. As we age, it’s easy to get in …Read More

  4. How To Help Your Senior Parents Find Happiness

    Contribute to your aging parents’ joy & satisfaction with these simple ideas Just like our parents wanted the best for us growing up, we want the best for them as they age. Though getting older typically develops more medical issues, depression is not an inevitable part of the aging process. With over 65 million seniors struggling with depression, the widespread commonality is an unfortunate…Read More