Older Women

Keeping the Gold in the Golden Years: Staying Healthy as We Age

By NWHN Staff | Mar 1, 2013 | Comments Off on Keeping the Gold in the Golden Years: Staying Healthy as We Age

I have been aging for decades, but it only took me one year to grow old! “Things” can happen quickly in our lives as we age, and we may not be prepared to handle them. Loss of a loved one, a stroke, a broken hip, heart attack, and diabetes are all too common for older folks.

Be Your Own Death Panel

By Charlea T. Massion, MD, and Adriane Fugh-Berman, MD | May 22, 2010 | Comments Off on Be Your Own Death Panel

During last summer’s town hall meetings on health care reform, the specter of “death panels” was repeatedly raised in acrimonious misrepresentations of the reform bill.

What Can the Women’s Health Initiative Tell Us About How to Age Healthfully? (Part II)

By NWHN Staff | May 1, 2006 | Comments Off on What Can the Women’s Health Initiative Tell Us About How to Age Healthfully? (Part II)

Low Fat Diet, Hormone Therapy & Calcium: Which One Works, and for What?

What Can the Women’s Health Initiative Tell Us About How to Age Healthfully? (Part I)

By NWHN Staff | Mar 1, 2006 | Comments Off on What Can the Women’s Health Initiative Tell Us About How to Age Healthfully? (Part I)

Low Fat Diet vs. Breast Cancer: What You Need to Know