If you have a jones for ice cream and ask a Cincinnatian where the best scoop shop is, you may need to be prepared to settle in for a long answer. That’s because there are so many homegrown options here. In this blog post, we put the cherry on top of a raging Queen City debate.
It’s never too late to start living a healthier senior lifestyle. If you’ve already made the commitment to being more physically active this summer, start thinking about ways you can work on your brain fitness too.
Summertime senior living at Marjorie P. Lee is packed full of fun and fellowship for our residents. Here’s a look at some of the events that have gotten us active and taken us out into the community already this month:
Skin, the largest organ in the body, plays a vital role in maintaining health and wellness. It protects our bodies from infection, and— especially important during the hot summer months—our skin cools our bodies through perspiration.
Summer is the time for footloose and fancy-free senior living, and the American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA) has advice that’s sure to help you put your best foot forward this summer.
1. Limit sun exposure.
Did you know that extreme heat kills 1,500 Americans every year?
That’s more deaths than can be attributed to tornadoes, hurricanes, floods, lightning, or any other weather event combined. And older adults are particularly at risk during an excessive heat event, but our 3 cool tips can help you beat the heat and stay happy and healthy in your summer senior living.