With increasing life expectancy, senior adults are a growing segment of our population, and they are living active, independent lives that are longer than in previous generations. Dating, marriage, and intimate relationships in later life are now commonplace, yet we often fail to consider or recognize the signs of dating or domestic abuse among our senior population.
More than ever, it’s important to become familiar with your respiratory health and common symptoms that can indicate larger issues. The COVID-19 health crisis has created a greater need to actively monitor the health of your lungs, and meeting with a pulmonologist can help identify potential issues or alleviate concerns.
March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. Colorectal cancer is one of the most common cancers in the United States and the second leading cause of cancer death. But more importantly, did you know that colorectal cancer is detectable and largely preventable through screening and lifestyle choices?
With all the concern over the latest Coronavirus, COVID-19, it is critical to get your healthcare-related legal documents in order. We can help you execute the following documents that can be critical in a time of medical emergency.
A recent trend spreading across the globe is the increasing popularity of senior and multigenerational playgrounds, which are constructed with older adults in mind with a focus on fitness and the ability for grandma and grandpa to play along with their grandchildren.
One thing is certain: your parents probably won’t be the ones to tell you they need help, so being home for the holidays is a good opportunity to observe them further if you’ve noticed what looks like the beginnings of dementia, Parkinson’s disease, or even arthritis.