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Keeping Your Parent at Home

More and more seniors are electing to stay in their own homes as they age. Seniors living at home can make many people nervous as they think about their aging parents (or parent) running a household. However, there are some things you can do to make their surroundings safer while maintaining their desire to stay at home.
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Exercise – How often should you workout to live longer?

How much should you exercise? Two new, impressively large-scale studies provide some clarity on what the ideal dose of exercise
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Understanding Hospice Care

Hospice Care As a healthcare professional who is familiar with all of the benefits of hospice, I think carefully about
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Pets and Seniors – Decreasing Loneliness and Beyond

Pets and Seniors Pets aren’t just amazing companions – they actually provide tangible health benefits to seniors. It’s true. Did
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We Are Living Longer – Here’s Why

Why We Are Living Longer Recent data has come out that shows that we are living longer and healthier. To
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Caring for Aging Parents: Four Health Care Facts to Know

Four Health Care Facts to Know As we reluctantly become, ‘adult children caring for aging parents’ this additional responsibility is
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Caregiver Advice – What One Eats Could Potentially Ward Off Alzheimer’s

We’ve always advised our caregivers on how to help patients with their diets. Providing a balanced diet and limiting foods
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Caregiver Foods & Diet

Caregiver Foods & Dieting Tips Whether you are a caregiver or a senior, there are foods we should all be
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Home Care Tips for New Year’s

Ideas for New Year’s Resolutions & How to Get Started: Home Care Tips Why not achieve New Year’s resolutions this
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Aging and Happiness: Viewpoints from Seniors

Aging and Happiness An interesting read on aging and the viewpoints of those who are 85 and older. Their lives
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Alzheimer’s Research Funding Increase

Alzheimer’s Research Funding Increase Signed into Law VICTORY! The largest annual increase ever in federal Alzheimer’s research funding has been
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New Year – New Habits to Reduce Developing Dementia and Alzheimer’s

Habits to Reduce Developing Dementia and Alzheimer’s With more and more people developing dementia and Alzheimer’s each year, experts continue
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