Woman sitting in dental chair and listening to dentist

More Than Just a Nice Smile

August 1, 2022 — It’s late, you’re busy, you’re tempted to tumble right into bed without brushing your teeth … but that is one task you shouldn’t neglect! Taking care of our mouths is one of those self-care tasks that we sometimes don’t get around to. And some older adults think that with age, it is no longer important... Read More

Be Aware of Waterborne Illness

July 15, 2022 — Summer is a great time to enjoy water-based recreation. The warm weather beckons us to cool off in beaches, lakes, rivers and community pools. We pack up our summer gear—sunglasses, sunscreen, swimsuits, water shoes, wide-brimmed hat—and head out for a day of recreation on the water. We may think we’ve got all our water safety... Read More

Balance Problems Raise the Risk of Falls

July 1, 2022 — We know that falls can be a serious issue for seniors. Falls can lead to injuries that could limit mobility and independence. That’s why fall prevention is something seniors and their caregivers should always keep in mind. One way to prevent falls is to identify any existing balance issues. Balance disorders, also called vestibular dysfunction,... Read More
An older woman with short white hair shops in the healthcare aisle of a store.

Tips for Selecting Sunscreen

June 15, 2022 — Summer is almost here! As we make our summer plans, we might be evaluating our stock of sun protection tools. While the sun does cause our bodies to produce vitamin D, which is needed for good health, we know that too much time in the sun can lead to sunburns and more negative effects of... Read More