Reduce risk of Alzheimer's disease and other age-related dementia with lifestyle change
Recently proven principles, if practiced, support healthy brain aging and reduced risk of Alzheimer’s disease.
Adults across the nation prove that getting older can be an opportunity for something new
Participants from across the Oasis network are learning new things, taking charge of their wellness and embracing opportunities to have an impact on their communities.
Keeping food choices simple is a guiding principle for good nutrition
Nutrition know-how starts with understanding what's in processed foods and keeping what's on your plate simple.
Oasis volunteers can help you choose the best coverage options
Medicare Open Enrollment for 2019 coverage starts October 15 and lasts through December 7. Find out what you need to know to ensure you have the coverage you need.
Moving together for better health and a sense of community
From classic workouts like cardio and strength training, yoga and Aquafit, to a wide variety of dance and evidence-based movement classes, Oasis offers fun alternatives to keep moving,
Ken Druck, author of Courageous Aging: Your Best Years Ever Reimagined, encourages a rethink on aging
Guest author Ken Druck is helping Oasis kick off Older Americans Month with a step-by-step process to rethink how we perceive ourselves as we age.
National Nutrition Month is a good time to get started.
Good nutrition and regular exercise are important tools to manage or prevent chronic conditions such as diabetes, heart disease and arthritis.
Years after meeting in an Oasis class, two women still find benefits from the experience.
Joan Lane and Mary Maufas appreciate what they learned together six years ago about living an healthy life.
Anthem Foundation and Oasis offer a great way to get started: Healthy Habits for Adults.
Most people associate weight loss with dieting, but for lasting results, developing healthy habits that you can actually stick with is the proven approach.
Guard your Medicare card as carefully as you do your credit cards.
Medicare is removing Social Security numbers from Medicare Cards beginning in 2018 to reduce potential for fraud.
It's important to let friends and family know what you need to feel steady on your feet.
What does being assertive have to do with falls prevention? Everything. If people know what you need, most are happy to help.
With the right tools, adults can navigate the challenges of diabetes toward better health
By taking a Better Choices, Better Health-Diabetes workshop offered by Oasis at a local library, Theresa Klocker is back on track and feeling healthier than ever.
Choosing health insurance is no longer a one-time decision for most Medicare beneficiaries.
Decisions you make during the Open Enrollment period now will take effect on January 1, 2018. A careful annual review is a good idea.
The International Food Information Council offers tips on three important nutrients for healthy aging
A balanced diet with the right nutrients can go a long way towards improving health. Three nutrients in particular can help reduce the risk of chronic diseases, support better quality of life and promote longevity.
Community-based organizations like Oasis partner with health providers and managed care to help older adults stay active safely
Oasis is partnering with health providers and managed care to engage more people in evidence-based falls prevention programs that reduce healthcare costs.