healthy aging

The balance test is part of an important body of research that links good balance to health and well-being

By Ask the Doctors • September 9, 2022

As we grow older, our body and our skin changes

By Ask the Doctors • July 29, 2022

Daily tasks and activities can change in a assisted living home, but those activities can be exchanged for more targeted physical effort

By Ask the Doctors • July 6, 2022

Falling is the leading cause of preventable injury in the U.S., and is particularly perilous for older adults

By Ask the Doctors • June 27, 2022

Although flatulence is part of daily life, changes to the amount of gas we are passing can be indicators of changes in our bodies and to our health

By Ask the Doctors • June 20, 2022

Your sense of balance is actually quite complex, and the inner ear, as well as strength and flexibility, each play an important role

By Ask the Doctors • May 23, 2022

Cold weather poses an additional risk for older adults due to some of the physical changes associated with aging

By Ask the Doctors • March 2, 2022

Physiological changes associated with aging alter the body's electrolyte balance and mute the sensation of thirst. Learn more about properly hydrating your body

By Ask the Doctors • September 17, 2021

‘It is the greatest advancement made in the surgical management of melanoma,’ says Dr. Teo Soleymani.

By uclahealth • May 20, 2021

The causes of sudden temporary memory loss is not yet understood

By Ask the Doctors • February 24, 2021