A study conducted by Rutgers University revealed a trend in which patients with 10 to 19 teeth were more likely to be at risk for malnutrition. Those patients classified as … Read More →
Think twice the next time you’re tempted to skip brushing your teeth — you might just save your life. Read more about preventing chronic diseases in this AARP article.
Poor dental hygiene has been linked to a range of health problems, some of them serious, because your mouth is a repository of bacteria. And what many people fail to … Read More →
Healthy teeth might be something you don’t think about until there is something wrong. You can take some basic steps to keep your teeth healthy, such as brushing regularly, attending … Read More →
Staying healthy is important at any age, but it can take a little more effort as we get older. But organizing your healthcare visits, keeping on top of preventive measures, watching … Read More →
What’s on your plate? Check out this handy tool from the National Institute on Aging designed to help seniors make smart food choices.
Even with the latest 2015-2020 nutritional guidelines, it can be difficult to figure out what types of foods are healthy and how much of them we should be eating. To … Read More →
Sodium consumption has historically been understood as being bad for your health. However, a recent study conducted by the Institute of Medicine show that sodium intake is neither harming nor helping the health of individuals
March is National Nutrition Month, and as we age eating nutritional foods is increasingly important. It may seem more convenient to order take out, or dine at restaurants, or pick … Read More →