Your brain is the most amazing part of your body. Wellness Director Sue Paul – an occupational therapist and dementia specialist – offers these five tips for keeping your brain at its best.
81-year-old fitness advocate and Asbury resident Ron Stevenson says to remember that you’ll improve with practice and notes that “if you don’t get up and move, the less you can move.”
These pumpkin fritters start with a delicious pumpkin dough that is deep fried until golden brown and brimming with the brain-boosting benefits of pumpkin.
When it comes to senior fitness, you can’t beat swimming, water aerobics and other pool workouts. These activities are among the best and safest ways to improve your health, physically and mentally.