I'm in my mid-20s and have some gray hair. What is the cause of this? Is there some natural way to get rid of it without having to use hair colors? Most of the
My mother has just been diagnosed with osteoporosis. Her doctor said that her tests show she is at risk and that 84 percent of people have better bone density.
I am 75 years old and started having tremors about six months ago. My hands tremble when they are hanging down -- if I hold my hands upward, they don't tremble.
I am a 55-year-old woman who was told that I have mono. My blood test came back positive for mono. Everything I read says only younger people get this. My
I am a 59-year-old female who cannot get started in any form of exercise whatsoever. I don't know what happened to me. It all seems so difficult for me for
I'm 62 years old, in good health. I exercise five days a week for about an hour and a half. I use the treadmill for nearly an hour, at 3.7 mph. I then use five
Heartburn is common on infants, but is also known to afflict seniors as well. For children acid reflux (heartburn) occurs during feeding, crying, and other
With Alzheimer's disease in the news so much, many older folks worry that they might be developing signs and symptoms of Alzheimer's or other types of dementia.
New research may partly explain why many older people fall--aside from trips, slips, drunkenness, and medical troubles such as epilepsy and stroke. According to
Older people do not sleep as well as younger people do. The elderly may spend more time in bed, but less of that time is actually spent sleeping. They fall
The amount of muscle mass a person has depends on many factors: genes, age, body size, diet, and level of previous physical activity. Muscle mass generally has