Health Info & Resources for Seniors
If you’re like many of your generation, it was not unusual to return home only for meals, threatening storms and your mother’s increasingly angry calls to come in out of the dark. Back then, you headed off for adventure and weren’t about to be deterred by a little – or a lot – of heat.
The summer brings sunshine and plenty of opportunities to be active outdoors. It’s also a time for fun and relaxation. Health Partners Plans wants to remind you to protect yourself from heat, sun exposure and dehydration. Here are some tips to help you experience the pleasures of the season.
Anna came to the United States around the turn of the century with her family when she was four years old. She was not old enough to be fearful of her new life away from Italy, but she knew things had changed. Children at school, and even teachers, laughed as she struggled to speak English. Eventually, she learned and found her way in life, marrying a first generation young Italian. The experiences molded her character to being strict and serious.
Today, more than 72,000 Americans have reached the age of 100 and that exclusive club is growing. Between 2000 and 2016, the percentage of centenarians increased by more than 43 percent. Whether you aspire to reach 100, or just want to feel your best, there are several things you can do to stay healthy physically as you grow older.
Are you an athletic or competitive senior? Maybe you just enjoy sports. If so, then the Montgomery Senior Games may be for you.
The Montgomery County Senior Games (MCSG) combine sports and recreation with fellowship among everyone involved. The mission of MCSG is to stimulate senior adults in Montgomery County to be active in sports and recreational events in order to maintain physical and mental well-being.