The brain is the body’s most complex organ. It’s also the most important one. That’s why keeping it healthy is critical, especially as you age. Every day, scientists are discovering how closely our minds and bodies are connected.
When making homemade bread this summer, try adding zucchini to it.
In summer, the abundance of fresh ingredients can be overwhelming, especially if you stick to the same old recipes. Make more of the fresh produce available to you at the grocer, farmers market and even your own garden, by thinking creatively.
High-performance blenders are ideal for creating healthy, on-the-go recipes.
A picnic is a fantastic way to gather with friends and family. Enjoy a summer breeze on the beach or host a backyard soiree — you can make your al fresco meal as casual or as elegant as youíd like. Pack the best basket with these simple tips.
Views of nature can reduce patient stress. (courtesy of Eckenhoff Saunders Architects)
Few experiences are more difficult than having to endure a hospital stay. But unlike in years past, you can now educate yourself on both healthcare providers and facilities, much like you would for any product or service.
Retirement can healthy and productive learn how to make these years the best golden years. (Pressmaster — Fotolia.com)
The conceptions and realities of retirement have changed a great deal over the past several decades, giving many seniors misgivings about the future. But your golden years can be happy, healthy and productive, say experts.
A walk-in tub, pedestal sink, and raised-height toilet are key bathroom safety features. (courtesy of StatePoint)
There are about 76.4 million Baby Boomers in the US, according to the Population Reference Bureau. As this population ages, it will become important that features on their houses promote safety, are easy-to-maintain, and last a long time.