Most sun damage happens when we are children. As you enjoy summertime family fun, here are seven tips to keep your children and grandchildren safe in the sun.
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Curious how you can improve your brain health as you age? We’ve outlined common habits you should avoid and some simple things you can start doing now to improve your brain health.
Growing Bolder’s Bill Shafer and Dr. Nick Dewan, vice president of Behavioral Health at Florida Blue Medicare, talk about the challenges people face in making the transition from living with the “deadly threat” of the pandemic to adapting to the world today.
A third COVID-19 vaccine dose is available now to 3% of the U.S. population. But soon, a COVID-19 vaccine booster shot will be available to everyone. Here’s what you need to know.
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The key to active aging is active living. We all have a great deal of power over how we age. Don’t sit back. Lean in. Turn Active Aging Week into an active aging life by understanding the ICAA’s 7 Dimensions of Wellness and embracing the keys to whole person health.
Being good stewards and caretakers of our environment is one of the seven dimensions of wellness. Whether it’s taking a walk, kayaking, going for a hike or a boat ride, connecting with nature has great benefits.
As important as our social connections are to our wellness, research shows that our inner connection affects our overall wellbeing, too. Having a spiritual life is one of the 7 Dimensions of Wellness. Living with meaning and purpose, guided by our personal values, provides us with a framework to navigate the inevitable challenges of life with peace and inner strength.
There is no secret formula for how to age well; it takes strength, both physical and mental. You can strengthen your body through exercise, but how do you strengthen your mind? One way is through social engagement.
When it comes to active aging, there may not be a more wide-reaching source of wellbeing than focusing on our intellectual health. When we give our brain a boost, the whole body benefits. It is never too late to focus on our mental health, especially considering how many fun ways there are to engage the mind.
Feelings are the lens through which we view the world. Learning to embrace the full spectrum of our emotions, both good and bad, is a key to active aging and adding more healthy years to our lives.
The 20th Anniversary of Active Aging Week, presented by Humana, is a reminder that the lifestyle choices we all make on a daily basis don’t just add years to our life but, more importantly, more life to our years
AdventHealth Well 65+ is a bold, mission-driven commitment to deliver individualized whole-person care to Central Florida seniors. By giving doctors extra time with their patients, they are able to form meaningful relationships.
AdventHealth Well 65+ offers whole person care specifically for older adults, covering physical, mental and spiritual wellness.
AdventHealth Well 65+ is a new model of primary care for older adults that is attracting top physicians eager to make a difference.
It is never too late to create a life of adventure. Following your dreams becomes easier when you pair your active lifestyle with personalized primary care designed specifically for older adults at AdventHealth Well65+.
Kay Glynn is a 70-year-old grandmother and a pole vaulting legend who inspires adults of all ages with every jump to get off the couch.