Edited by McMaster University, this portal to healthy aging offers a wealth of advice aimed at facilitating the process of aging. Of special interest are the tips on how to leverage, rather than reject, technological advances such as telemedicine and assisted driving.
In this article from Harvard Medical School, the authors offer a enlightening counterpoint to our worries about cognitive decline. They highlight how, as we age, the brain begins to draw on more of its capacity for improved judgment and decision making.
Physical activity is key to healthy aging. In these guidelines compiled by The National Institute on Aging, the authors highlight the benefits of physical activity for seniors and suggest specific strength training routines best adapted to that segment of the population.