By Senior Lifestyle | June 24, 2014
Change is hard, and columnist Michelle Singletary knows that all too well. In her latest column, she explains the challenges she faced while encouraging her mother to move to a home better suited to her…
By Senior Lifestyle | June 19, 2014
New research from across the country is suggesting that our diet and exercise patterns can significantly delay or prevent the onset of the most common type of dementia, Alzheimer’s disease.
By Senior Lifestyle | June 17, 2014
A recent article by Phyllis Korkki of The New York Times illuminates a topic that has preoccupied scientists, philosophers, and people in general for centuries: What is wisdom, and how does it relate to aging?…
By Senior Lifestyle | June 12, 2014
As people who have led full, active lives look for a mobility solution that assists them with emerging physical limitations while fueling their adventurous spirits, the options have been lacking–until now.
By Senior Lifestyle | June 10, 2014
Food lists often have to be taken with a grain of salt, but when the CDC develops a new classification scheme and ranks them by nutrient density, we tend to take notice.
By Senior Lifestyle | June 04, 2014
It’s never too late to learn a second language, and doing so–even later in life–can have beneficial effects as we age, a new study says.
By Senior Lifestyle | June 02, 2014
Robyn and Ben were married only two months after their first date. In this audio clip, the couple share their story and hint at the challenges of love and Alzheimer’s.