Healthy Living


As we age, a new set of health care challenges emerge that can be daunting. To help address this issue, it is incredibly important that we stay informed and not only know what our health care options are once we get sick, but also take an active interest in preventative care. We’ve found some interesting articles that highlight things we can do to help us live longer and spend more time with our families.

  • Wonder what you can do to stay healthy and safe as you or a loved one ages? Take a look at these 10 essential health tips to keep in mind. Some you may not have thought about before!
  • Staying healthy as we age requires maintaining our sense of purpose. An interesting article from Healthy Communities details what you can do to keep your mind sharp.
  • Want to feel stronger and healthier?  Check out this strength training program for older adults provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
  • Physical decline can be exacerbated by depression and anxiety. Read here for tips to combat this issue that is common among older adults.
  • Eating healthy is key to a higher quality of life, and knowing what food to buy is essential. Check out these helpful tips to keep in mind when you are at the grocery store.
  • What should we expect as we age? Mayo Clinic provides some insights.
  • Check out these helpful tips for living a healthy life as we age here.
  • Keeping our muscles strong as we age is important to avoid physical deterioration that can lead to falls and hospitalizations. Read some helpful prevention tips.
  • As we age, dementia is more likely. Check out this AARP article about how eating lowers this risk.
  • Sleep and exercise are essential to keeping seniors healthy and active. The National Institutes of Health explains why.
  • Headed to the doctor’s office? Here are some things to keep in mind to help make the most of it.

2 Comments On “Healthy Living

  1. Sharon A. Berry Reply

    With all the excellent possibilities of health care during this time, seniors are living longer than ever before. We are still valuable citizens. Seniors these days would like to make it to age 100. I am 72 years old. I have lived longer than all of my preceding relatives. This is because of good health care. However, at this age, we seniors simply do not have the dollars available to pay the high cost of medical care. Most of us already carry a supplement to our Medicare. We aren’t getting that for free. We PAY for it.

  2. Gallager D Mark Reply

    He who has health, has hope; and he who has hope, has everything. Regular exercise can be healthy and enjoyable. Thank!

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