New Year’s Eve is just around the corner, so here are some themed game ideas that are sure to be a blast!
Alzheimer’s is a devastating disease that mostly affects the elderly, but people can get early onset Alzheimer’s as early as in their 30s. In the midst of the painfulness of facing the realities of Alzheimer’s, there is some good news.
Music has been used over time for many different things: to express love and affection, prepare an army for war, tell a story, and more.
If you are like most people, you read about the importance of brain health no matter the age, but as you get older, getting the proper nutrients for your brain will in turn help your overall health.
Dogs are not our whole life, but they make our lives whole. A dog can be one of the greatest sources of joy for owners of any age, including the oldest among us.
Whether you’re hitting the links, relaxing by the pool, cheering at the ballpark or spending the day outside with the grandkids, there are a few things to remember to stay safe this summer.
In the 21st century, July 4th is a day of celebration – filled with red, white and blue! Just two weeks into summer, it’s an excuse for a day off work, hallmarked by barbecues, boating, cold beverages, and fireworks.
How Living an Active Senior Lifestyle Can Add Years to Your Life
Couponing is a great hobby that can save money and can help someone make money back on their groceries. It is rare, but some people have been known to get over 100 items for free or even be paid for their groceries!
Beware of scams! As if understanding and managing a credit score isn’t hard enough, scammers are making it even harder!