Month: February 2016

Mixing Prescription Medicines Can Be Harmful to Seniors’ Health

As we age, it is common for multiple health issues, treatable with prescription drugs, to creep into our lives. Without even knowing it, many seniors suddenly find themselves on multiple doses of a wide array of medications. Research has shown, however, that taking a large variety of drugs can have harmful consequences. According to Health …

Mixing Prescription Medicines Can Be Harmful to Seniors’ Health Read More »

Enhancement of Cardio-Pulmonary Rehab Program Offered at Dry Harbor

Please Note: This news was also covered by The Queens Ledger, the Middle Village Blog, and the Gowanus Lounge blog. Dry Harbor is proud to announce that we are upgrading our already excellent Cardio-Pulmonary Rehab Program that includes a team of specialists employed on a full-time basis. This team includes Board-certified doctors in Cardiology, Pulmonology, and …

Enhancement of Cardio-Pulmonary Rehab Program Offered at Dry Harbor Read More »

Socializing & Aging

One of the challenges that comes with aging is reduced social interaction. Many of the peer group die – or are dealing with major and chronic health issues – resulting in a decreasing circle of friends. This ends up being potentially bad for the mental well being of seniors. It is an issue that must …

Socializing & Aging Read More »