Donations to the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma’s Food for Kids Match help the organization as it finds innovative ways to provide food to children during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Retirement is a lifechanging experience. For some older adults it can be relaxing, for others it can be energizing. But it should never be stressful.
The concept of “aging in place” is not new, but for seniors — and people with disabilities or other long-term care needs — the idea of hiring and managing services to ensure you can remain at home, known as self-directed care, may seem too complex. It doesn’t need to be. Understanding your rights, caregiver options and resources can provide the freedom to live life on your terms.
There are some easy ways to feel connected to others, even when you’re social distancing as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Consider these tips from Dr. Doug Nemecek, Cigna chief medical officer for behavioral health.
If you are one of the 31.6 million people in the United States living with some form of eczema, continual handwashing and sanitizing to avoid spreading illness this season might be a source of added stress and anxiety, as this can dry out your skin and cause eczema to flare. Sticking to a threestep routine can help — wash, dry, moisturize.
After a heart attack or stroke, as many as 1 in 4 survivors will have another one.