Type 2 Diabetes and Seniors

Type 2 diabetes is more common than you may think. In fact, one in four people in the United States are affected by it. Your risk of getting the disease also increases as you get older. Understanding the disease, the symptoms and the early signs is more important than ever, as you or someone you […]

Cardiovascular Disease and Seniors

As you get older, your heart changes. These changes manifested in certain symptoms, such as high or low blood pressure, fatigue and decreased stamina while exercising. You may also experience restricted blood flow, reduced blood volume and other issues that could lead to cardiovascular disease. While you cannot stop your heart from aging, you may […]