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We know that it can be tough, finding care for a loved one, or taking care of them yourself. So we offer our end users a blog with information on care giving, choosing a community, senior living and care news and just for fun!

5 Supplements Seniors Should Add to Their Regimen

As we age, the need to add different things to our diets and lifestyle increases to make sure we’re looking and feeling our best. Of course, before you start any new supplement, you want to check with your general practitioner to make sure it gets the green light. Still, all…

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Nutrition for Older Adults: What You Eat Matters

You may think that eating well is just about losing weight, but following a nutritious diet has many other benefits. As you age, your diet becomes your first line of defense against disease. Studies show that people who eat more fruits and vegetables have lower rates of cancer and heart…

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Easy Ways to Do Physical Therapy at Home for Seniors

Maintaining physical well-being is especially important as a senior. Physical therapy is an excellent tool for prevention instead of treatment. Suppose physical therapy treatments are unavailable to you or your physical mobility limits you. In that case, you can easily incorporate these routines and movements as a part of your…

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Reducing the Stress of Choosing a Healthcare Provider

Your health and wellness play a vital role in the quality and span of your life. Most people learn in grade school the basics of maintaining good health through diet and nutrition, physical fitness, and steering clear of bad habits like smoking, drinking, or using drugs. Unfortunately, many ignore this…

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The Different Types of Dementia in Elderly Individuals

As people get older, they become more susceptible to developing dementia, which is a grouping of changes in the brain that cause immense amounts of memory loss. Due to the progression of losing memories, relationships between the diagnosed individual and family members or caregivers can face severe impacts. There is…

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Benefits of Cold Therapy for Seniors

According to James Vaupel, an American scientist in the field of aging research, seniors are living longer, healthier lives. Much of this is because many seniors are making better choices and proactively improving their longevity through adopting healthier routines.  Millions of seniors in the US are striving to enhance their…

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Are Bedsores a Sign of Nursing Home Abuse or Neglect?

Nursing home abuse and neglect is a serious problem in the United States. It can take many forms, from physical abuse, financial exploitation, and verbal or emotional abuse. Bedsores are one sign that nursing home residents may be experiencing abuse or neglect. They can occur when a person is often…

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The Benefits of Gardening for Seniors

According to recent research, getting your hands dirty in the garden may have positive effects on your physical and mental well-being as a result. As long as you live alone or in a care home, gardening is a great way to stay active. It also provides the following benefits to…

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5 Stress Management Tactics to Lead an Ecstatic Retirement Life

“Retirement: A Time To Enjoy All The Things You Never Had Time To Do When You Worked.” – Catherine Pulisfer. Retirement is referred to as the golden period of one’s life. After all, it finally gives you time to enjoy all the things that you never could because of your…

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Telemedicine and the Aging Population

With over 54 million Americans over the age of 65 and 85% of them living with at least one chronic health condition, the need for telehealth services has never been greater. Telemedicine enables people who have traditionally struggled to access adequate medical care to talk to a provider over a…

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