They step, sway, slide and spin to the booming beat.
A grandparent can be a tough person to buy a Christmas gift for. Likewise, many grandparents are stumped on what to get the kids besides some cash.
Research is continually bringing us newer, safer and more effective exercise and fitness information. Unfortunately, many "exercisers" adhere to the misinformation that has persevered through the years. Here are a few of the most common myths and misinformation still seen today:
Instead of the old adage "move it or lose it," approximately 2,000 amateur athletes 50 and older celebrated "move it and win it" during the Florida Senior Games, which ended Sunday in Clearwater.
The words in the Craigslist ad are heartbreaking.
Have you tried exercising many, many times, only to find it difficult to stick with the program? You just can't seem to get the motivation to make it a routine habit? Well, you're not alone. Research has found that about 50 percent of people who start an exercise program will drop out within the first six months. …
An old dental filling or infrequent visits to your dentist could lead to a painful interruption of your holiday plans.
November is Alzheimer's Awareness Month. Alzheimer's is the leading form of dementia and affects millions of Americans. To find out the latest about the disease, LifeTimes talked with Dr. Amanda G. Smith, an associate professor at the Byrd Alzheimer's Institute at the University of South Florida in Tampa. The institute …
Medical researchers and government health policymakers, a cautious lot, normally take pains to keep expectations modest when they're discussing some new finding or treatment.
Standout athlete Doris Prokopi, age 82, who competed in shot put, discus, 400-meter dash, long jump and about 15 other events during last month's Tampa Bay Senior Games, has dozens of medals to show for her efforts.