The ability to manage your diet and food choices while managing diabetes is an important part of a healthy lifestyle. As we move through March, also known as National Nutrition Month, it’s important to focus on making informed food choices that can help prevent or control diabetes.
One of the most common therapy programs offered in senior care is horticulture therapy because of the plethora of benefits it provides to older adults. Horticulture therapy has helped enhance the health of an individual’s mind, body, and spirit for many years.
Congestive Heart Failure, often known as heart disease, is the weakness of the heart that further leads to a buildup of fluid in the lungs and surrounding body tissues. The prevalence of congestive heart failure is increasing in people aged 65 years or older and is the most common reason for hospitalization of older adults.