Heat can be dangerous for anyone, but older adults and those with chronic conditions are at higher risk for heat related illness. These easy steps can help you stay safe and comfortable during the summer months.
Preventive screenings can help you check for signs of illness, even before you start to feel sick. Learn more about some important health screenings.
At CCA, we understand how food and housing can impact your physical health and even your state of mind. Read how we can help you manage these challenges.
For many people, the start of spring brings sneezing and sniffling. If you suffer from seasonal allergies, these tips can help. Plus, check for these potential asthma warning signs.
CCA Director of Geriatrics, Debbie Sylvester, shares advice for individuals and their caregivers on how to age well in your home or community.
Winter’s cold, rain, sleet, and snow make it easier to fall. Follow these tips to lower your risk.