Keep your mind active
You know that working out your body is good for your health. But what about working out your mind? That's also crucial, it turns out.
Prevent dry skin this winter
Does your skin tend to get dry, itchy and flaky this time of year?
Tips for a better night’s sleep
"To stay healthy and alert the next day, you still need the same seven to nine hours of sleep every night," Dr. Mingle says.
Give your teeth the care they deserve
As you age, it's more important than ever to give your teeth and mouth lots of TLC.
It’s never too late to quit smoking
When is the best time to quit smoking? Right now. In your 60s, 70s and beyond, breaking free of tobacco boosts your health.
Stay safe in summer’s heat
The summer sweltering heat can make you miserable. And if you're not careful, it can also make you sick.
Keep opioids safe for everyone
Narcotic painkillers, or opioids, are useful medicines. But they can be deadly in the wrong hands. That includes when people misuse prescription opioids.
Look on the bright side
Change is a part of life. But as we age, change may often involve loss. Our children may move away. We may lose a loved one. Or our health may take a turn for the worse.
Take care with allergy medicines
As plants release pollen in the spring, many people with hay fever start to sneeze and sniffle. If you’re one of them, you might be reaching for an allergy medicine—and not just a tissue.
Tips for helping caregivers grieve
If you’re a caregiver who’s recently lost a loved one, here’s something important to know: There’s no right or wrong way to grieve.