10 Ways to Combat Loneliness

September 18, 2018 Rick Kaselj

We’ve all experienced loneliness a time or two. Loneliness is difficult. Mother Teresa said, “The most terrible poverty is loneliness and the feeling of being unloved.” The good news is that loneliness and isolation are […]

5 Balance Moves for Stronger Seniors

August 27, 2018 Rick Kaselj

CLICK HERE to watch the YouTube video. #1 – Standing Side Bend Begin in an upright standing position, maintaining proper alignment with your head, shoulders, hips and legs. Extend both arms overhead, interlacing your fingers […]

Going Back to School Later In Life

October 5, 2017 Rick Kaselj

Are older adults taking over college campuses? Well, they might not be the majority, but statistics show that 8.1 million college and university students are age 25 and older. Also, the National Center for Education […]

7 of the Worst Foods for Memory

September 29, 2017 Rick Kaselj

In May 2017, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that death rates from Alzheimer’s disease increased by an astonishing 55 percent between 1999 and 2014. Currently, Alzheimer’s is the sixth-leading cause of […]

Unscientific Assumptions About Aging

September 14, 2017 Rick Kaselj

“It’s due to old age.” We hear or say this statement all the time. Still, in many cases, it’s simply not true. For example, forgetfulness isn’t an inevitable consequence of aging. In fact, many older […]

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