Health Tips for Aging Adults
Researchers are discovering the connections between the heart and the brain, showing that cardiorespiratory fitness is associated with better cognitive function.
From all that has been and will be, written and said about health and longevity, it boils down to the following “Big 5? determinants: Genes, Diet, Exercise, Sleep and Attitude.
“Marital relationships are complex,” says Alan Acock, OSU’s Knudson Chair for Family Policy and Research and University Distinguished Professor of Family Science.
Almost one-quarter of American households provide care to a relative or friend over 50. If you are among them, try these tips! Express your feelings, exercise, eat well, take time out.
Have you been thinking lately about how you might contribute to your community? Sharon Johnson, associate professor and OSU Extension faculty member in Southern Oregon thinks we should.
Karen Hooker, director of the Center for Healthy Aging Research at OSU, has shown that personality is a key driver of each component of successful aging…
Healthy aging expert and Extension associate professor Sharon Johnson says to heed the advice found at AskMe3 website when you visit your doctor.
- Center for Healthy Aging Research
- Hallie E. Ford Center for Healthy Children & Families
- Moore Family Center for Whole Grain Foods, Nutrition and Preventive Health