Social Media 101 for Seniors

If you or your loved one often say, “I wish I heard from my kids or grandchildren more often,” now may be a great time to start using social media.   Growing numbers of seniors use social…

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Social Seniors are Healthy Seniors

Learning some new skills, making new friends, and getting to know new acquaintances are great ways to keep your mind sharp, and even have physical benefits. Warding off dementia and depression,…

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The Importance of Life-Long Learning

One potential difficulty that seniors face after they retire is that of mental decline. Finding ways to combat this natural tendency is important for seniors so that they can continue to…

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Benefits of Walking

  Staying healthy in your senior years may be as simple as taking a walk. Of course, walking is good for burning off a few extra calories and keeping trim. However, several studies now…

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Aging Changes in Sleep: Techniques for a Great Night’s Rest

As we age, there are several things that start to change. Some of them are great – often, we get to retire, enjoy time with grandkids and engage in new hobbies we didn’t have time…

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Discovering the Area: Things to Do

  Hoover, Ala., is a beautiful community that can offer any active senior a wide range of experiences throughout the year. Whether you’re walking through one of the fascinating…

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Fresh Dining at Danberry

  The Importance of Eating Fresh, Nutritious Food Those of every age should embrace healthy eating habits in order to give their body the nutrition that it requires to work well and leave…

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Preventive Care of Memory Issues

  Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia, and some 5 million Americans were diagnosed with this serious illness by 2013. Sadly, that number is expected to increase…

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Knowing the Signs of Alzheimer’s

When elderly loved ones start to exhibit changes in their behavior, family members may be concerned that dementia is the underlying cause. Understanding the signs of Alzheimer’s…

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