1064 Howard St, Omaha, NE 68102
December 13, 2019
Tighter control of high blood pressure may add years to people's lives, a new study estimates.
Researchers calculated that for a typical 50-year-old with high blood pressure, more aggressive treatment could translate into three extra years of life. Eighty-year-olds woul...
Tripping over a box or slipping on a wet floor could leave you with a broken bone. And a fall could easily send an older person to the hospital, says the National Institute on Aging.
If you fall, stay calm and follow the agency's recommendations:
Take several deep br...
Home Care Costs Rising in Kansas and Missouri
December 7, 2017
With Macular Degeneration, 1 Missed Visit to Eye Doc Can Mean Vision Loss
February 20, 2020
Home Care Makes a Difference Following a Hospital Stay
Home Care May Help Reduce Social Isolation Among Seniors
Throughout Much of Rural America, Home Care Needs Continue to Grow
Want Extra Years of Life? Keep Blood Pressure Tightly Controlled
Health Tip: What to Do If You Fall
Ageism Disappears When Young and Old Spend Time Together
August 6, 2019
Could Computers, Crafts Help Preserve the Aging Brain?
Anemia Linked to Higher Odds for Dementia in Seniors
Normal Brain vs. Brain With Dementia