Category: Senior Health

Treating Colorectal Cancer

Colorectal cancer is a cancer that starts in your colon or rectum. Once you are diagnosed with colorectal cancer, your doctor will start talking to you about cancer staging and treatment options. There are different ways to treat colorectal cancer […]

Growing Older with Hepatitis B: Prevention and Precautions Still Matter

This September we are celebrating seniors for Healthy Aging Month. The Hepatitis B Foundation is doing a series on Growing Older with Hepatitis B, and we have adapted part two of their series. If a senior you know or love […]

Falls Prevention Awareness

September 23 is Falls Prevention Awareness Day. Falls can cause serious injury and even early death among older adults. According to the CDC, 1 out of 3 people age 65 and older fall each year. In fact, falls are more […]

Growing Older with Hepatitis B: Why Testing for Liver Damage Still Matters

This September we are celebrating seniors for Healthy Aging Month. The Hepatitis B Foundation is doing a wonderful series on Growing Older with Hepatitis B, and we are sharing part one of their series. If a senior you know or […]

Happy Older Americans Month! How Are You Celebrating?

  There is Mother’s Day, Father’s Day and even Children’s Day celebrated in certain cultures. If there is a day to honor our seniors, it would be in May. May is Older Americans Month and we are sharing fun ways […]

You Can Prevent Colorectal Cancer

March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, a time to consider this important health issue for Asian Americans. When found early, it is one of the most preventable and treatable forms of cancer. It is recommended to get screened beginning at […]

Healthy Aging through Movement and Exercise

As part of September’s Healthy Aging Month, we want to share how to stay strong and active. As you age, small exercises can go a long way to improve your mind, body and overall health. Try some of these activities […]