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Research has shown that a healthy lifestyle may prevent, delay and slow progression of cognitive impairment and dementia. Physical exercise, being socially active, following a healthy diet, sleeping well, limiting alcohol intake, and mood management all contribute to brain health.


A well-balanced diet can keep you healthy, feeling better, and decrease your chances of certain diseases. Read these resources to learn more about healthy food choices and meal planning.


Physical Exercise is an important part of healthy aging. Being active can help you maintain a healthy weight, reduce stress or depression, improve sleep, improve strength and balance, and even improve cognitive function. Lack of physical activity can lead to a variety of illnesses and more doctor visits. The resources below will teach you how to fit exercise into your daily routine.

Brain Health

Learn more about healthy habits for brain health.


Getting enough sleep is essential for healthy aging. Lack of sleep can increase your risk of health problems, including memory impairments and forgetfulness. Learn how to develop healthy habits at bedtime to promote a good night's rest with the resources below.


The older we get, the less tolerance we typically have for alcohol. Drinking can increase the risk of confusion and falls. For more information about alcohol and aging, click here.


Home safety, driving, falling, and living alone are some top safety concerns for seniors. Learn more about what you need to do to stay safe with the resources below.

Future Planning

Research shows that planning for the future can reduce stress levels and promote a higher quality of life. As your needs change over time, developing a healthy aging plan can help you age safety and more comfortably without worrying about an unexpected or series health concern that may arise. Consider some of the resources below as you plan for your future.

Tip Sheets

Useful Healthy Aging Tip Sheets and Links