As we age, our bodies go through a lot of changes. One of the most affected parts is the digestive system. In fact, digestion in old age can be a real challenge. Discover practical tips to improve digestion in old age. From diet adjustments to gut-supporting nutrients, these strategies promote overall well-being.
Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer in men worldwide and is the fifth leading cancer cause of death. Although it can be asymptomatic at an early stage, many cases can have a slow, indolent course that may not require surgery but only active surveillance and frequent followup. Read more about the risk factors, diagnosis, and treatment of prostate cancer.
British Columbia is an amazing place for retirees, given the temperate weather and beautiful scenery. Another reason is that there is a robust health care program in place to ensure that there are available health services for the elderly population. In this article, we talk about the many possible options available for you or your loved one.
Vancouver and its surrounding cities in the lower mainland are known for its natural beauty, diversity in culture, and food. In addition, most cities have made their locale a welcoming place for elderly people, making this part of the province an ideal place for the aging population and retirees. Taking into account an older person’s health and stamina, there are still several options for places to visit, things to do (aside from hobbies!), and have lots of fun.
Vancouver is known for its majestic mountains and beautiful coastline. Throughout the four seasons of the year, opportunities abound for basking in nature and adventure. Even if you or your loved one have limited mobility or need assistive aids, like a wheelchair, to get around, be assured that there is still much you can see and do!
Ah, retirement. After decades of hard work and saving up, now you can sit back and spend glorious days of rest and relaxation, with a lot of free time to do whatever you want. Some people may find that without a job, the sudden amount of free time can be staggering. It can be certainly be boring, but it doesn’t have to be! There are so many possible hobbies and activities to do, depending on your interest, personality, and preferences.