As we age, the body slowly breaks down, altering and reducing our physical abilities. Unfortunately, the mind also deteriorates over time. Our memories begin to fade; we don’t process information as quickly as we once did; perhaps we get confused fairly easily…we’re just not quite as sharp as we used to be.
This isn’t referring to mind-related illnesses such as Alzheimer’s disease
, but rather the typical effects of aging....Read More
March is National “Save Your Vision” month, so now is the perfect time to review the many ways in which you can maximize your eye health. While this particular piece is aimed at those in senior living communities, the advice should definitely be heeded by readers of all ages.
The key to protecting your eyes and preserving your vision should start at a young age. More than likely, if you’ve reached an advanced age and didn’t take precautions over the years, damage has already been done.
We can all agree that chocolate is delicious, right?
The taste…the smell…
Whether you’re a young kid or an adult, who doesn’t love chocolate?
Unfortunately, we’ve also learned over the years that chocolate isn’t good for us. Much of that stems from the high amount of fat found in chocolate. This shouldn’t REALLY come as a shock. After all, something that tastes THAT GOOD must be bad, right?!?!
Well, there’s now a glimmer of hope for chocolate lovers. Research is actually starting ...Read More