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.
No matter how healthy we are, our body changes, and we may have trouble with joint stiffness, balance, mobility, vision, conversing, and completing tasks that we normally do every day. These difficulties are more pronounced with the presence of health problems. In these cases, rehabilitation may be necessary to maintain or improve physical, cognitive, and functional abilities. These can include physical therapy, occupational therapy, cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation, and speech therapy.
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.