Sun Safety for Seniors Never in history has our health been more fragile than it is now. With new medical improvements and better nutrition, quality of life improves with life expectancy, allowing us to live longer, better lives. But with those extra years comes extra responsibility. As we age, our skin becomes more and more vulnerable to the harmful side effects of the sun. As such we need to exercise more caution to ensure that our skin remains healthy. Failure to protect from the … [Read more...] about 10 Tips For Sun Protection for Seniors
See how these 14 Summer Activities are Rated by Experts Of the many ways that COVID-19 has changed life, one of the most apparent is how we socialize. Now that some states are beginning to lift quarantine restrictions, more people are beginning to venture out as the weather is allowing for more ways to socialize and stay active. Keep in mind that much of the risk may be determined by the number of cases in your specific geographical area. In the meantime you can remember these 3 golden … [Read more...] about Low, Medium, High Corona Risk?
Tips & An Acronym Remind Kids to Cover Up- Here’s How Until now, during these Corona times, we have been dealing with how to keep ourselves and our families safe by staying at home. However, now that we and our kids are starting to go out more; for a walk, to the park or just to play in the backyard it is time for each of us to get back into our sun protection routines. Here are some of the basics: Sunscreen: Apply sunscreen while your kids are still in the house, … [Read more...] about Sun Protection for Kids
During the current coronavirus pandemic, we are facing a novel paradox. Behavior that was appropriate in the past and even praiseworthy, is now viewed as wrong, dangerous, forbidden, perhaps even criminal and life-threatening to ourselves and others. This is difficult to comprehend, internalize and implement. We are told to: Follow the rules. Keep your distance. Stay at home. However, by nature we are social beings. Our instinct and past experience tells us to reach out to others, to … [Read more...] about A HydroChica Grandma’s Reflections- Distancing from Loved Ones in these Crazy Corona Times
Staying at home for long days on end during lockdown is no one's idea of a good time. Pretty soon cabin fever sets in and the only thing you want to do is go outside, no matter how miserable the weather out there may be. The feeling of being isolated is also hard to shake. But it doesn’t have to be all miserable; there are great ways to have fun while indoors and stay connected with friends and family at the same time! 1. Watch Parties Quarantine is a great time to catch up on films … [Read more...] about How to Stay Connected at Home