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What Older Adults Need to Know About Coronavirus

The Coronavirus pandemic has spread to nearly every country in the world, and it has hit the senior population especially hard. Seniors older than 55 are at the greatest risk for developing the worst symptoms or long-term effects. Here is what at-risk seniors should know about the Coronavirus and how to avoid it. Older Adults […]

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Virus Prevention: How To Stop Touching Your Face

With the coronavirus rattling nerves around the globe, it seems like a good idea to review a few basics about surviving the next couple of months. Although we’re going to go much more in depth, the lesson itself is pretty simple: stop touching your face! As per a study conducted in 2008, it’s estimated that […]

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FDA Issues Boxed Warning for Allergy Drug Singulair – What You Need to Know

With the arrival of March, spring is just around the corner. However, there has been spring-like weather in many areas of the country lately, which means pollen is already starting to spring up. As a result, more people are turning to their allergy medication to keep their springtime allergies at bay. While there are many […]

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Can Half a Tablespoon of Olive Oil a Day Improve Heart Health?

Olive oil is a liquid fat obtained from olives. The process of extraction includes pressing whole olives to extract the healthy benefits of this plant based oil. Olive oil is used in a variety of different ways. From cooking to topical uses, it has been widely known to have a large number of beneficial properties. […]

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Why You Might Get the Flu Twice This Year

Nobody wants to get the flu. Unfortunately, that doesn’t stop it from happening. There might be a number of different reasons that a person comes down with the flu, not the least of which involves being around other people who have already been infected with it. Unless you plan on isolating yourself from virtually every […]

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Memory Cafes: How They Help Those With Dementia and Their Caregivers

Receiving a diagnosis of dementia is upsetting enough. Then comes the isolation, not only for those with dementia but also for their caregivers. As those with dementia experience memory loss, communication challenges, confusion, and disorientation, their caregivers are noticing the changes as well. These may include personality changes, forgetfulness, and other characteristics that are out […]

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Heart Disease and How it Affects Women

There are times when modern technologies like the Internet make women wish the good old days of medicine were back. In previous days, medical information wasn’t a part of newspapers or magazines. The exception was the advertisement of potions promised to heal everything. Today, medical information and research is more available to us than ever […]

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Did You Know? Shower Curtains Have the Most Germs In Your Bathroom

The Germs in Your Shower Curtain You most likely look forward to a relaxing shower at the end of a long day. You may not be aware bacteria and germs are most likely growing on your shower curtain. There are probably more germs on your shower curtain than throughout your entire bathroom. According to the […]

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Signs a Caregiver May Be Burning Out and How to Help

Caring for the elderly or chronically ill can take its toll on even the most kind-hearted, generous people. They take on the responsibility out of love, or sometimes obligation, and can all too often find themselves in over their heads. Caregivers frequently get so wrapped up in taking care of others that they forget to […]

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Flu Season Off To An Early Start: More Than 3 Million Cases in USA

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 80,000 people lost their lives to the flu in 2018. If that was any indication of things to come, then 2019 could be record-breaking. The CDC is closely monitoring the number of people affected by the flu this year, and the numbers are staggering. […]

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