What to Do About Unintentional Weight Loss in Older Adults

It often points to underlying health problems that deserve attention (Photo credit: Adobe Stock)

By Leslie Kernisan, MD for Next Avenue

One of my readers recently sent in this question:

Q: My 88-year-old father lives in his own home about 100 miles from us. He’s been living alone since my mother died five years ago. I thought he looked READ MORE

Will New Design Trends Lessen the Stigma of Hearing Aids?

Photo of new hearing aid

More wireless devices and new looks are changing the world of hearing aids [Photo credit: Adobe Stock]

By Steve Outing for Next Avenue

Have you noticed that more people are putting wireless electronic devices in, or on, their ears? This significant trend has grown, in part, by Apple’s decision to make its latest iPhones without headphone jacks. READ MORE

Shaping a passion

Resident Katy Bevill

Retirement gave Katy Bevill time to learn sculpting.

Visitors know they are near her apartment when they see her creations, sculpted in clay and hand- painted, decorating the hallway.

Katy learned to sculpt after she retired from a 38-year teaching career. READ MORE

Resident is a Wheaties Girl for life

A resident poses with the current WuShock mascot.

With the college basketball season starting, what better way to kick it off than with a Wichita State-themed happy hour party! The Westerly residents were treated to a festive get-together with a special guest: WuShock, the mascot of WSU.

Resident READ MORE