Soak your feet in warm water for at least 10 minutes to soften your nails, and then pat your feet and toenails dry with a towel to remove any remaining moisture. Make little cuts with a nail clipper to avoid splintering the nail and cut straight through with the clipper. Don’t round off the edges of the nail to reduce the likelihood of an ingrown nail becoming an issue.
In the United States, approximately 28 percent (14.7 million) of community-dwelling older persons live alone, with older males accounting for 21 percent and older women accounting for 34 percent. The proportion of persons who live alone grows with age (for example, among women under the age of 75, almost 44 percent live alone). How many […]
Changes in the body that occur as you get older might increase the likelihood of developing geriatric urine incontinence. According to the Urology Care Foundation, one out of every two women over the age of 65 may develop bladder leakage at some point in their lives. It can be brought on by normal aging, unhealthy […]