In this interview, Dr. Susan Scharpf discusses the best ways for seniors to get started with a workout routine and some great tools to help make it a habit.
Many older adults want to age in place. Aging in place simply means staying in your current home and community as you age - something that is appealing to many of us.
According to AARP, 87% of adults age 65 and older want to age in place, meaning they want to stay in their current home or community as they age. Many older adults are unable to age in place due to increased health concerns, like falling.
For many people, wine, beer and cocktails are important when they're winding down or relaxing with family and friends. But as people become more aware of potential health issues, they often wonder if drinking alcohol can be a detriment to their long-term health. As with many things when it comes to health care, the answer isn't always cut and dry.