A lot of the same things that are good for our bodies are good for our brain. Seth Carter, D.O., geriatric and family medicine specialist at LECOM Institute for Successful Aging and Eastside Medical Center, says brain health is affected by four main things: eating healthy, exercising regularly, social interaction and playing brain games. 1.
Adopt a heart-healthy lifestyle Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death for adults in the United States. Lower your risk by getting your cholesterol and blood pressure checked regularly by your primary care physician, eating heart-healthy foods and exercising regularly. Carmine D. D’Amico, D.O., a cardiologist at LECOM Health Millcreek Surgical Specialists, explains the