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Senior Care

Top Tips to Ensure Accurate Blood Pressure Readings

Keeping an eye on our blood pressure is a crucial step in maintaining heart health. Pharmacies and grocery stores now […]
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Healthy Hearts Can Protect You Against Alzheimer’s Disease

In The Archives of Neurology, it’s noted that those with higher HDL (good) cholesterol may be at a reduced risk […]
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Holiday Season Blues: It is a time of reflection on the many memories that make us who we are today

The holiday season is upon us. With it comes happiness, joy, festivities and fellowship with family and friends. For so […]
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Fall Time Change Can Play Havoc With Sleeping Patterns. Learn Methods To Deal With It

It’s that time of year again! Spring is often the time change that affects people the most with the loss […]
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Making the Home Safer for Seniors

Many seniors want to live at home, remaining independent as long as possible. There are simple modifications that can be […]
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Identifying strategies to help with medication management is crucial to keep your loved one safe

Medication management, especially when your loved one may be taking multiple medications simultaneously for varying conditions, is incredibly important to […]
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If You Or A Senior You Love Is Experiencing Chronic Pain Then If Time To Learn Everything You Can To Help Them.

More than 50 million Americans suffer from chronic pain each year, and another 25 million experience acute pain caused by […]
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You are Not Alone: Grieving a Loved One’s Alzheimer’s Diagnosis

Sadness, anger, grief, guilt, feelings of loss and abandonment. These are all normal feelings when a loved one’s Alzheimer’s is […]
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Natural Disasters And How To Prepare. Here Are Some Tips for Seniors

Natural disasters such as the recent flooding in Louisiana, the ice storm that brought Nashville to a standstill in 2015 […]
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Keeping Families Connected

Here Are Some Good Tips and Information for a Recent Diabetes Diagnosis

According to the American Diabetes Association, one in four seniors over the age of 60 have Type 2 diabetes. There […]
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Helping Aging Parents

Trying to identify ways to help aging parents without overstepping can be a balancing act. You want to be respectful […]
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Advance Care Directives Such As A Living Will: Are You Prepared?

Unexpected injuries or illness can happen anytime and prevent you from relaying your wishes about your desired medical care. Proactively […]
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