Healthy Aging Topics
The average adult sits for nearly eight hours a day. Here’s why that’s harmful to your health, and what you can do about it.
Research shows that untreated hearing loss has troubling consequences that go far beyond simply misunderstanding what someone says.
Those pops and clicks you hear coming from your knees may be the sound of arthritis beginning to take hold. Here’s what you should know.
Tendinitis and stress fractures are common among people who do the same exercise repeatedly or often. Here’s how you can help prevent them.
Ten types of medications should be avoided by older adults. Ten types of medications should be avoided by older adults. If you’re taking any of the following drugs, ask your doctor whether there are safer alternatives.
Medicine that you can apply to your skin may have as strong a pain-relieving effect as those of oral drugs and may be safer.
Regular exercise can strengthen the brain and may cut your risk of dementia down the road. Here’s what a recent study found.
Impacted ear wax is a significant cause of acute, temporary hearing loss. Here are safe ways to remove it.
Several options exist for managing this embarrassing, and sometimes debilitating, condition.
Your doctor’s gender may determine the type of care you receive during a hospital stay. Here’s what to know.