As adults age, their sleep patterns often change. It may taker longer to fall asleep than before. Or, you may have a harder time staying asleep, which can result in more naps throughout the day.
Thanks to future residents Ted and Alley Ackroyd, residents, employees and community members who use Masonic Village at Elizabethtown’s Baird Wellness Center can log their exercise hours for a good cause.
As a dietetic intern, one thing I have noticed is that generally people want to improve their eating habits. But there are challenges. Food cravings are one challenge I have faced many times.
Success! The Tour of the Islands Caribbean event held in the Masonic Village at Elizabethtown's Village Green Area earlier this summer was an enjoyable success.
At all stages of life, it is important to focus on brain health. There are a variety of ways to do this - from learning something new to challenging yourself with brain teasers to eating healthy.
With the cold weather behind us and spring in full bloom with nice warm weather, we can officially welcome the start of the planting season.
The Masonic Village at Elizabethtown has the unique benefit of featuring a working farm and orchard among its many campus amenities. Because of this it also boasts fresh, local menu ingredients, including beef.
In order to make the body strong, protein is a key component in every diet. Protein helps repair the body and acts as enzymes in the body.
As we age, our body water content decreases, the risk for dehydration increases and the health consequences of both become more serious.
Masonic Village at Dallas has long enjoyed mutually beneficial relationship with Misericordia University, and in September, the neighboring communities began a Fall Prevention Program