Muscke strength is not just for the young men and women you see on posters. Keeping your health strong as you age provides a lot of desireable benefits in the rest of your life.
Older adults comprise 13 percent of the population but account for 34 percent of all prescription medicine use and 30 percent of all over-the-counter medicine use.
Managing diabetes as you get older can present unique challenges. Here’s what you can do to maintain good glucose control and prevent complications.
A 2015 study found that sleep apnea also poses a significant risk for erectile dysfunction (ED).
When you have healthy skin, you look your best, no matter what your age. Here are 11 ways to do just that.
Key exercises to build muscle strength to reduce falls in seniors.
Eight exercises to maintain cardiovascular fitness and muscle strength.
How does sleep change as we get older, and what can we do to prevent our sleep from getting worse?
Over time teeth can be weakened by fillings, crowns, or root canals. But you can help protect them by avoiding certain foods and opting for smart substitutes.