Healthy Aging Topics
Although eating disorders like anorexia and bulimia are most common in young women, they also can develop later in life and may last for decades.
Regular exercise can reduce knee pain, stiffness, and pain-related disability from knee osteoarthritis, even if joint degeneration is severe.
Ultraviolet light from the sun can make chemicals in some drugs interact with skin, leading to tissue damage. Here are some common sun-sensitizing drugs.
The typical Morton’s neuroma sufferer is a woman, and the condition usually develops between the third and fourth toes. Here’s what can help ease the pain.
Some prescription drugs can cause side effects that lead to gait and balance changes, especially if you take four or more a day. Here’s a list of some.
Many of us will find it difficult to manage both our medications and finances during the later years of retirement. Here’s what the latest research says.
Like most everything else, the way we walk changes as we age. But how do you know what’s normal and what’s not?
As people age, problems with vision, such as cataracts, and mental functioning often occur together. Might correcting one improve the other?
Having a satisfying sex life may be a challenge for those who take antidepressants. That’s because the medication may contribute to sexual dysfunction.
If the cost of hearing aids makes you think twice, less-expensive devices, called personal sound amplification products, or PSAPs, may be an option.