Have You Planned for Your Long Term Care? By Earl Cronin
It is true that a lot of people are not planning on getting old, or getting sick in their later years, although these instances are inevitable. With these concerns in mind, people who are of a certain age should already be thinking about their long term health care.
How to Make the Most Out of Low-Impact Exercise By Carole S. Guinane
By adding physical activity to your daily routine, low-impact exercise can be one of the most effective ways to begin a long-term weight loss commitment. The benefit of low-impact exercise lies in the fact that you don't need to engage in overly stressful activities to experience the benefits of regular exercise. In fact, there are plenty of low-impact activities that can provide a sufficient workout and help you meet your long term weight loss goals. If you want to begin incorporating exercise into your daily routine but don't know where to start, consider some of the following tips to develop a low-impact exercise regimen as part of your weight loss program.
Heal Your Body By Louise Hay -
L. Hay, bestselling author, is an internationally known
leader in the self-help field. Her key message: "If we are
willing to do the mental work, almost anything can be
healed." The author has a great deal of experience and
firsthand information to share about healing—including how
she cured herself after having been diagnosed with cancer.
Exercising Your Brain By Anthony Tripodi
fit is a great goal that will help you lead a longer,
healthier life but if your brain can't keep up, then
what's the point. The brain is a muscle too and it
follows the same "use it or lose it" policy as your
other muscles. So how can you keep your brain fit? Brain
exercise is the answer.
By Pamela Dombrowski-Wilson
Americans Shocked to Learn that Medicare Does Not Pay for All Healthcare Expenses
Forty percent of Americans believe that Medicare pays for all healthcare needs after age 65. The majority of older adults are unprepared and shocked to learn they have to pay out of pocket for expenses they believed to be reimbursed by Medicare insurance.