A healthy addiction made this Californian lose a cane and regain confidence
After a fall, Leanna Clark's exercise routine keeps her feeling steady and confident in her movements. Take these important steps for staying on your feet.
Continuing to develop his mind, body and social connections is a path to healthy aging for Chuck Lundeen
Chuck Lundeen is applying 10 years of perspective as an OASIS opera instructor, volunteer and class participant to introduce the Aging Mastery Program® in Rochester.
Annabelle Faveron has made changes to benefit her own health, while having fun teaching kids about good habits
Annabelle Faveron is having fun helping kids develop better habits for eating and physical activity. She's also feeling better from making changes in her own habits.
Peer discussion groups help people open up and know they are still needed
“The best way to release feelings is to open up and talk about it," says Brenda Kirkland, who loves her role as a volunteer facilitator with the OASIS Peers for Productive Aging program in Indianapolis.
Emelda Harris and Sally Needles are taking charge of their wellness and seeing significant improvements
Emelda Harris lost weight and improved her health with help from her peers in a diabetes workshop. A new study shows the program is effective at improving diabetes management.
A new Fitbit was part of Ronnie Singer's strategy to enhance her fitness routine
“I love that I feel so much better,” says Ronnie Singer since she started a regular workout groove. She’s one of nearly 6000 Oasis people who have kicked up their fitness routine.
Free guide to healthy living provides tips and recipes for delicious, healthy foods.
Our Healthy Habits for Adults volunteers Joyce Rollins and Mary McFerson show where sugar is hiding out in your food, and how to eat less sugar while keeping things tasty in this video.
Filling your cart with healthy foods takes smart shopping
Mary Helen Vasquez, RN, says smart shopping and an understanding of what's in the food you buy can lead to a longer and healthier life.
Josephine Poelnitz, Grace Broten and Dorothy Summers turn kids on to healthy foods, activity and fun.
Josephine, Grace and Dorothy are a dynamic team teaching kids healthy habits for a lifetime.
We would like to know what OASIS means in your life
People at OASIS talk about learning, belonging, giving back and more reasons why they participate. Read what a few of them have to say, then tell us what you think.
The key to starting of the new year on a healthy note is planning ahead
If being more physically fit is on your list for 2016, here are some tips for turning your good intentions into reality.
Being good to yourself is key if you find yourself alone during the holidays
Guest blogger Julie Blow suggests positive approach to that first holiday alone, including keeping yourself on the gift list.
A few healthy habits can keep holiday dining tasty and fun.
Sharing a Thanksgiving meal with friends and family can lead to calorie overload. Cindy Sue Blair's easy ways to keep your feast tasty and nutritious.
Preparing to celebrate with goodies that are good for you
The Halloween season brings with it a lot of sugar, but there are plenty of healthier options that trick-or-treaters will be glad to have in their bags.
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Understanding the facts and taking steps for early detection are the best ways to beat breast cancer. Learn and share what you know.