Tips of Avoid the Flu

Tips of Avoid the Flu

Seniors, children, and caregivers are the most likely to contract the flu, so it’s important that precautionary steps are taken to avoid the flu. Seniors tend to have weaker immune systems, making the flu especially dangerous, often leading to pneumonia. But even with these weaker immune systems, there are still things you can do to reduce your chances of getting the flu.

Study Shows that Exercise Needs to Start Earlier in Life

Study Shows that Exercise Needs to Start Earlier in Life

A new study has shown that people over 70 years old who started a moderate exercise program didn’t lower the odds of having a heart attack or stroke. Dr. Anne B. Newman, the lead author of the study and the director of the University of Pittsburgh Center for Aging and Population health, had hoped to see a positive result for reduced heart disease since the study had shown to improve mobility.

How to Eat Well as you Age

How To Eat Well As You Age

Eating well is very important for people of all ages as it can affect how you feel, how much energy you have, and your thinking power. It’s never too late to change your diet and start eating healthy.

Why You Should Eat Healthy

Eating well has a lot of benefits. By changing your diet to a healthier one you can:

  • Live Longer and Stronger
  • Eating a nutritious diet boosts your immunity helping to fight illness-causing toxins,

How to Get a Healthy Heart

How To Get A Healthy Heart

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in men and women in the United States with almost 600,000 people dying of heart disease every year. Many people think that as you age, heart disease is inevitable, but that’s not true. Though heart disease risk does increase with age, the right lifestyle and healthy habits can help protect against heart disease.