It’s not surprising that both menopause and age can cause changes in sex drive. Have you noticed a change in yours? Worry and confusion about how menopause might impact sex is a pretty common concern for women, especially in midlife. A groundbreaking study in the April 2017, journal Menopause sheds some light on this important issue. Nearly 1400 wo...Read More
If you want to live a long and healthy life, right now, today, is the best time to protect your heart. Heart attack is the most common cause of death in women, and one of the most preventable causes. But many women don’t realize that women usually have different symptoms of a heart attack than men do. Sure, some women experience the crushing chest ...Read More
WELCOME to our 3-Part series on the benefits of working longer! Benefits, you say? You betcha! Here, (Part 1), are some of the physical and mental health benefits… When you first start your career it feels like you’re opening up a book, knowing that when you get to the end of that book there will be a happy ending: retirement! While many peo...Read More
At our age, nothing is as important as our health. When we are feeling strong, it is easier to stay social, explore, work, learn and grow. So, today, I want to offer 5 simple suggestions for leading a healthier life after 60. Best of all, these are tips that you can build into your daily routine. No gym equipment required!
A heart attack is a common and serious health issue. But it doesn’t have to prevent you from having a satisfying sexual relationship with your partner. According to the American Heart Association, in the United States, someone has a heart attack every 34 seconds. While many women think heart disease is something that only happens to men, 1 in 3 wom...Read More
It’s no secret that exercise is good for us. It helps our brains stay sharp, lowers cancer rates, and it’s great for cellular health. It’s also excellent for our hearts, which we know from cardiovascular exercise – the physical work we do that raises our heart rate. Unfortunately, as we age, our hearts do not remain the efficient machines they used...Read More