Denman Harmon discovered in the 1960’s that healthy aging should be focused on the mitochondrial damage. He found that mitochondrial damage and dysfunction was the direct result of free radical exposure. Hence, his theory called the Mitochondrial Theory of Aging.
Everyone knows that staying physically active is an important part of aging, but staying social is also a crucial part of staying healthy. Staying social can reduce chronic pain, delay or prevent the onset of neurodegenerative diseases, improve your quality
Health conditions like heart disease and Alzheimer’s aren’t the only thing you have to worry about as you age. Falling in the home causes the most common injuries and deaths in American seniors every year. Fall prevention is an important