Anemia in the Elderly
The condition in which your blood has a lower than normal number of red blood cells.
Anemia in Seniors: What to Look for and How to Treat It
Fatigue, weakness and irritability are considered “normal” symptoms of aging, but these red flags may actually point to a serious underlying condition. Be aware of these signs and others that warrant a trip to the doctor and some blood work.0 Comments
Are You Eating Your ABCs?
Specific vitamins can have a significant positive (or negative) impact on your health. Learn what each one does, how to spot a deficiency, and what foods you should add to your diet to make sure you're meeting your nutritional requirements.1 Comment
Fingernails: 5 Signs That Point to Senior Health Problems
The condition of a senior’s fingernails can indicate the presence of medical issues like heart disease, thyroid issues and malnutrition, which can be especially serious in elderly individuals.16 Comments
Is there anyone else who has vascular dementia and has seizures due to that diagnosis?2 Comments
My mother has no energy. What can I do?7 Comments
92 yr old mother has leg swelling water retention. Any advice?7 Comments
How much should I rely on the assisted living staff and doctor to assist with my mom's medical needs?20 Comments