Could Poor Health Actually Shrink Your Brain?

No matter how old you are, striving to maintain optimal health is vital. Indeed, no matter if one is at the beginning of life or towards the end, having good health ensures that you will be able to enjoy life to the fullest. However, many people do not know that poor...
Resistance Band Workouts For Women Over 40

Resistance Band Workouts For Women Over 40

Women who have like to workout, especially with weights, can find it more challenging as they approach and exceed the age of 40. Over time, lifting weights can negatively affect ligaments and joints, as well as the ability to recover more quickly from a workout....
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update and Information

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update and Information

Dear MSGA members: As the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation develops, all of our lives will certainly be impacted. Families and businesses are working to navigate these uncharted waters. This is global and unprecedented. In this time of crisis, our thoughts and prayers...
4 Tips for Difficult Family Caregiving Conversations

4 Tips for Difficult Family Caregiving Conversations

One of the most difficult conversations to have with an aging family member is often the discussion that involves finding or delegating someone to help with their care. While it is also a necessary conversation, it can often be an equally emotional and frustrating...
Grains and your digestive health

Grains and your digestive health

There are approximately 60 to 70 million people in the United States who live with digestive illnesses and conditions. Some of the most common symptoms of digestive conditions include stomach pain, cramps, diarrhea, constipation, and fatigue. What many people don’t...