Open Accessibility Menu

Process of Aging

  • Signs of Decline in Elderly As your loved one ages, it is natural for them to experience physical and cognitive changes. However, these changes can also be a sign of more serious issues. In these cases, you may want to monitor your loved one’s health to ensure they receive the care they need. In this ... Continue Reading
  • Uterine Cancer in Elderly Adults As we age, the risk of uterine cancer increases, making it a crucial health concern for senior adults and their families. In this blog, we'll discuss the typical signs and symptoms, as well as the current treatments available. What is Uterine Cancer? Uterine cancer, also ... Continue Reading
  • Signs of Choking in Elderly Adults According to Injury Facts, choking is the fourth leading cause of unintentional injury death, with death rates increasing rapidly starting around age 71. This statistic naturally leads us to ask: Why do we choke more as we age? Understanding this risk is vital for those ... Continue Reading
  • Asthma in the Elderly: Does Asthma Get Worse With Age? When we think of asthma, we often associate it with children or athletes. However, we seldom discuss how it affects the elderly population Is asthma in the elderly a different disease compared to asthma in children? In this blog, we’ll explore the relationship between aging ... Continue Reading
  • Physical Changes the Elderly Experience It is so difficult to see signs of physical decline in our elderly loved ones. If they are someone you see everyday, it can be challenging to notice changes in their behavior or physical abilities, especially when they happen gradually. In addition, consciously or not, we do ... Continue Reading
Page 1 of 23