You can’t stop the years from passing, but you can ward off the effects with some commonsense skin care and the right mix of dietary supplements. Whether you fight the occasional fine line or just a dull complexion, it is possible to look younger without going anywhere near a plastic surgeon. Consider some simple tricks to get your skin young and radiant once again.
Today’s health care system is designed to make connections. Person-centred care is a buzzword that means to recognise individual needs by making those connections. Focusing on each individual gives health care professionals and caretakers perspective on what patients need and how these needs change over time. This concept is often applied to elderly care because age-related diseases like dementia affect each person differently, so caregivers must tailor plans in the same way.
- Darla Ferrara
The senior population around the world is growing. The BBC reports that in 1995, there were fewer than 9 million people over the age of 65. By the year 2030, that number is expected to jump to 13 million. People are living longer in part because they're eat healthier foods, but nutritional requirements change as your body ages. What dietary adjustments do you need to make after the age of 50?
- Darla Ferrara
Indian and Asian cultures have used turmeric for years to add more pizzazz to dishes and stave off the signs of aging. It is used in Ayurvedic medicine as well. ELLE magazine calls turmeric an anti-aging superfood. Is it possible that there is more than just flavor to this spice? What is it about this peppery ingredient that might make you look and feel younger?