Most seniors believe that if they start a new exercise program they are at increased risk for falls. The opposite is found to be true. Statistics indicate, the more you exercise the less likely you are to have falls. Before beginning an exercise program it’s important to check with your physician.
While the planning process should be strategic enough to take into account your assets, your age, and your life circumstances, it should also include the things that touch your heart––your family’s needs, your hopes for the future, your concerns related to risk, your ability to withstand market volatility for potential long-term gains. […]
With a history of enjoying amplification at deafening decibels, many rockers are now experiencing some hearing loss as a result of exposure to noise, medications, certain illnesses, or genetic tendencies. […]
Grayson Home Health is pleased to announce the addition of an Advanced Nurse Practitioner to their professional team. It expands their ability to help keep their patients at home, where they are most comfortable, enhancing the comprehensive range of services available to patients and families. […]
In the last few weeks, major headlines have focused on the debit and credit card breach at Target––the nation’s second largest discount retailer. The debit or credit cards of more than 70 million Americans were compromised. In subsequent weeks, Neiman Marcus revealed a security breach that affected over a million customers and Michael’s craft stores is now investigating a potential customer data breach. […]
Some women never have breast cancer or endometriosis. Others may not give birth or have a hysterectomy. But there is one health experience that all women go through––menopause. Just like puberty, menopause is a normal part of life. It is a time when a woman’s body changes, her periods stop, and she is no longer able to get pregnant naturally. […]