Courtesy Lung Institute Knowing what to ask medical professionals can be challenging, but a solid understanding helps people make informed decisions. The Lung Institute’s Dallas Medical Director Sreedevi Marakatham, MD, addresses some of these questions […]
Timeless Beauty Supermodel Christie Brinkley proves that living well goes beyond good looks. By Gerry Strauss Photo by Anna Gunselman Christie Brinkley just might be more gorgeous than ever. Her new book, Timeless Beauty: Over […]
May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month, a time when children and adults focus on outdoor activities as the weather warms up and school winds down. This added activity can have great health benefits and be a lot of fun, but it also can result in injuries like sprains, bruises and sore muscles. […]
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.
Many of us are so frightened at the prospect of Alzheimer’s that we ignore behaviors that could be indicative of the disease, hoping the symptoms will fade or making excuses to avoid the issue. Yet, people often say they wish they had sought a diagnosis and treatment for a loved one sooner, having waited until something horrendous happened that forced a realistic assessment of the situation. […]
Few decisions weigh as heavily on a family as finding the right assisted living accommodations for a loved one. Research and recommendations can be helpful, but you also want to carefully consider the right match––finding a place that meets all your criteria and then some. […]
Within every resident at Legacy Assisted Living and Memory Care, there is an important story. Each holds triumphs and tragedies, adventures and journeys amid generous components of talent, skills, accomplishments, and dreams. Who we are really doesn’t diminish with age. […]