Irritable bowel syndrome affects millions of people, but an integrative approach may provide relief.
While opioid abuse gets all the headlines, new studies have revealed a more widespread drug epidemic among the Medicare set. And efforts to mitigate it are not encouraging.
Here are some decorating tips that might make ADHD easier to manage.
A trip to the East Coast reminds me why travel can be so hard on geezers.
A wellness expert shares how she makes time for good food, fitness, quality sleep, and her family.
Instead of ordering everything online this holiday season, why not try making your own gifts? Here are 10 ideas from Experience Life to try.
The dermatology industry is booming, powered by unnecessary procedures performed by unlicensed practitioners. And geezers are the primary victims.
Go behind the scenes at our cover shoot with wellness author Latham Thomas and learn how she has expanded her capacity to give and receive.
Geezers facing ever stricter demands to lower their blood pressure might want to look beyond the American medical-pharmaceutical complex for guidance.
For more than a half-century, scientists have wondered why our genes should be kinder to youth than the elderly. A new study suggests genetics may be subject to change as we age.
With an alarming percentage of elderly Americans going under the knife each year despite a level of frailty that makes survival a dicey affair, surgeons are pondering alternatives.
In the past five years, researchers have identified some 500 unnecessary procedures and tests regularly perpetrated on anxious healthcare consumers, yet doctors continue to recommend them and we continue to acquiesce.
Little good can come from projecting your lifespan or falling prey to a late-life medical intervention.
New research suggests that a declining sense of smell, taste, touch, vision, or hearing may lead to an early grave. I’d suggest it’s simply a natural consequence of growing old.
Here are a few simple ways to handle the stress of online drama.
Most of us would rather not talk about poop, but it turns out that what exits your body is just as important as what goes in.
For many geezers, economic realities have postponed the promise of a placid retirement, which may not be a bad thing.
Go behind the scenes at our cover shoot with Lauren Singer and learn how she’s cut back on waste — and why she’s passionate about helping others do the same.
Here are seven tips to bounce back after a sports injury.
The move to repeal DACA doesn’t just throw 700,000 “dreamers” into limbo; it threatens the future of millions of homebound elderly.
Holding a grudge? Here are seven tips to make peace with others and move on.