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Well-Being

  • Depression
  • Older Adults and the Importance of Social Interaction
    Research has shown that social interaction offers older adults many benefits. Staying socially active and maintaining interpersonal relationships can help you maintain good physical and emotional health and cognitive function.
  • Pets Fill a Special Role in Seniors' Lives
    Having a pet can be a boon to body and soul—especially as we age. Pets can relieve stress—which may help explain why studies have found that pet owners have lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels.
  • Volunteers Gain While They Give
    Mature adults make up an enormous pool of knowledge, talent, experience, and expertise. Many find volunteering offers a way to use skills they gained through a lifetime.
  • When Sadness Is Seasonal
    If you feel depressed during fall and winter months, you may have a form of depression called seasonal affective disorder (SAD).