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Longevity Program

What is the Longevity Program? It is a comprehensive health check-up for the elderly conducted by multidisciplinary team with a holistic approach to healthcare. The team will consist of: 1) American Board Certified Geriatricians who diagnose general health issues and geriatric specific factors such…

Impact of PM2.5 on the elderly

  Elderly people typically develop degenerative changes which making this special population become more susceptible to get sick, especially in some elderly people who have had underlying diseases. A cloud of ultra-fine dust particles known as PM2.5 has recently returned to Thailand, mainly in…

Social Media and the Elderly

  Currently, social media serves as a platform to disseminate news, information, experience sharing and connecting with friends and family. Many might think that social media is the exclusive domain for the younger generation.  However, many of elderly have adopted social media to pace up  with…

Do Not Overlook Malnutrition in Older Adults

  Good nutrition is critical to overall health and well-being. Malnutrition is common among the elderly. In developed countries, around 15% of the elderly are malnourished. Malnutrition contributes not only to progressive decline in health, reduced physical and cognitive functional status but also…

Greatest of 50 – How to Improve Health and Fitness

  Time passes and our bodies change. The loss of muscle, bone and fat under the skin, along with changes in collagen and elastin, is making fine lines and wrinkles more dramatic. You may become sensitive to glare, and your night vision may decrease. Aging and inactivity can lead to achy joints…

Muscle-wasting in The Elderly (Sarcopenia)

  From the time you are born to around the time you turn 30, your muscles grow larger and stronger. But at some point in your 30s, you start to lose muscle mass and function. Most adults achieve their peak muscle mass sometime around 30-40 years old. After that point, a gradual loss of muscle mass…