It happens to all of us as we age — gravity takes a toll on our muscles. You may think you’re smiling when everyone around you thinks you have a scowl!
Can you overcome the worst symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, just by staying active? See how one study is inspiring people to make changes and get Dr. Roger Landry’s tips for learning new things.
We all have stress — but how much is in your control? Dr. Roger Landry says it’s more than you might think! And you have two options: fix it or accept it.
The older we get, the more likely it is that we reach our goals. But if you stop trying new things, you may start losing your spark.
What happens when life puts obstacles in your path? Dr. Roger Landry says that your health and happiness totally depends on your reaction. Do you have a support group that can help you dodge a curveball? Are you prepared to change paths if that’s what is required? See what word Dr. Landry says is the key to living long, but dying short.
Are you only friends with people your own age? Dr. Roger Landry says it’s important to branch out, and to network with people of all ages.
We’d all like to limit the time that we’re sick or impaired — and that’s what Dr. Roger Landry calls “the compression of morbidity.” There are three keys, which Dr. Landry shares here.
Here’s a phrase you’re going to hear a lot — UNIVERSAL DESIGN. That means that designers are creating products for the home that are safer, easier and more convenient for everyone, no matter their size, ability or age. Aging in place is something more and more of us want to do…to stay in our homes and have them adapt to us, rather than forcing us to move to assisted living centers.
Every patient and every situation is different and there is no crystal ball. But there are steps you can take to make yourself the exception to any set of statistics. Dr. Masson explains how he helps patients strive to be the exception.
World-renowned neurosurgeon Robert L. Masson, MD, recently found himself in an unexpected position: on an operating room table. He explains how his own turn under the knife was exactly the wake-up call he needed to make life-saving changes to ensure he’s here to watch his kids grow up.