Althea Taylor-Jones, PhD – Certified Gerontologist The National Council on Aging states: “Millions of older adults want—or need—to keep working past traditional retirement age. But it isn’t always easy.” –
By: Rebecca Thompson, CHES February is American Heart Month, and unfortunately, most of us know someone who has had heart disease or a stroke. Heart disease is the leading cause
Mary and Jerry Grubbs – Finding Love at the Senior Games One never knows when or where Cupid’s arrow will strike. For Mary and Jerry Grubbs, it was quite appropriately
Chair Chi is an exercise program based on the principals of Tai Chi and Qi Gong, but designed for older adults in retirement communities, assisted living centers, personal care homes,
By Ria Fulton More and more Americans are turning to the Internet to find their Valentine—and seniors are no different.
By Judie Holcomb-Pack I recently received my Medicare card and am now looking forward to retirement in a few months.
By Helen Naples, Owner/Operator of Women’s Wellness & Fitness Statistics show that many folks give up 8-12 weeks after starting
What do we mean when we say we practice mindful exercise? What is a body-mind exercise anyway? Research has shown