Senior Living Blog | Healthy Aging

Census 2020: Have You Been Counted?

Published: July 2, 2020

So many events have been affected by this year’s coronavirus outbreak. The 2020 election will be more complicated, the 2020 Olympic Games were postponed for a year, and countless planned events were cancelled. The 2020 Census has also been impacted by the pandemic. Some of the dates have been extended, with the U.S. Census Bureau… Read More

This Year’s Father’s Day Call Is More Important Than Ever!

Published: June 18, 2020

June is Men’s Health Month. Why not take advantage of Father’s Day to remind Dad and Grandpa about ways they can protect their health? Of course, Father’s Day 2020 will be a little different. For many families, traditional Father’s Day visits have been postponed or are taking place as virtual visits on Zoom and FaceTime.… Read More

Three Health Reminders During This Pandemic

Published: May 27, 2020

By now, you are well aware of basic steps to prevent exposure to the virus that causes COVID-19. You wash your hands, use hand sanitizer when you can’t, avoid touching your face, wear a mask when advised to do so, and keep your distance from others. Our Webster at Rye team want to remind you… Read More

How Shedding Unwanted Pounds Can Improve Your Health

Published: February 5, 2020

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than one-third of adults age 65 and older were obese during the period from 2007-2010. Since that time, obesity rates for all Americans has increased – and obesity among older adults has risen most of all. According to a poll conducted by Gallup and… Read More

Start the New Year off Right with Tai Chi

Published: January 6, 2020

Was one of your New Year’s resolutions to get more exercise and/or reduce stress? Well, we may have the perfect answer for you. Tai chi! Tai chi is both a physical and meditative practice that has many health benefits. As we mentioned in an earlier post, exercise remains important, even as we age. Tai chi… Read More

Man’s Best Friend May Improve Your Health

Published: December 20, 2019

Anyone who owns a pet can tell you about their animal’s ability to provide joy, lift one out of a funk and even create a purpose in life. But they may provide even greater health benefits. According the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), owning a pet may have the following health benefits: Decrease… Read More

Laughter Has the Power to Heal

Published: November 5, 2019

We’ve all heard that laughter is the best medicine. That old adage may turn out to be truer than many people thought. According to numerous studies, laughter does indeed have many health benefits. Norman Cousins, an American journalist, professor and world peace advocate, published about his ability to heal himself with laughter in the New… Read More

Start Your Weight Loss Plan Before the Holidays

Published: October 21, 2019

The holidays are right around the corner, tempting us with some of our favorite foods and traditions. But if you’re one of the estimated 160 million Americans who could benefit from shedding a few extra pounds, making a weight reduction plan now can help you resist those temptations. We’ve all heard that being overweight has… Read More

A Good Night’s Sleep Can Boost Your Overall Health and Well-being

Published: October 7, 2019

Many of us probably don’t give a lot of thought to those hours that we’re slumbering. But as it turns out, there are some pretty remarkable things that go on when we’re sawing logs. Your brain is very busy during sleep. The regions of the brain involved in learning, processing information, and emotion are more… Read More

Is Alzheimer’s Preventable?

Published: September 5, 2019

September 21 is World Alzheimer’s Day. Many experts believe that one-third of all cases of dementia could be prevented through lifestyle changes. Engaging in healthful activities – from exercise to eating well to learning new skills – may be able to delay or prevent Alzheimer’s symptoms from developing, even in people who have some of… Read More