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May is Arthritis Awareness Month

May 15, 2020

When you first hear about arthritis, you may think that there’s really nothing you can do about it. You may have a grandparent who used to complain about their hands hurting, or that their back hurt. You probably thought it was just one of those illnesses that happened to you as you got older. However, arthritis can be serious. In 

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National Nurses Day

May 04, 2020

There’s never been a better time to celebrate nurses than right now. Nurses are a vital resource in medicine. They work to care for us and our family members day in and day out. Although we should celebrate nurses every day, nurses get a special day in May for us to recognize and celebrate these amazing people. Here is some 

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Safety at Home for Seniors

Mar 17, 2020

When a senior’s home isn’t equipped for safety and disabilities, aging in place can increase their risk of falls and limit their mobility. On the other hand, making some simple changes can give them peace of mind and a sense of freedom.

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Denial About Dementia

Mar 02, 2020

If you have a loved one with dementia, part of the coping process is denial. You or your loved one may be struggling with the acceptance of the diagnosis. For more about denial about dementia, keep reading.

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Tech Trends in Senior Care

Feb 24, 2020

We are currently living in a digital age. When you think of modern technology, you probably think about young people using the latest devices and gadgets. However, technology can help everybody. It isn’t just for young people. To learn about tech trends in senior care, keep reading.

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Pneumonia Symptoms for Elders

Feb 06, 2020

Flu and cold season is here, which means it’s more important than ever to monitor the health of your elderly loved ones. Pneumonia in the elderly can be life threatening, so it’s crucial that you keep track of your loved one’s symptoms. To learn about pneumonia symptoms for elders, keep reading.

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Strategies to Help Prevent Alzheimer’s

Jan 22, 2020

Activities that challenge and stimulate the brain are effective in holding off the onset of Alzheimer’s disease. It’s a fact that exercising the brain has the same benefit as exercising the body. These activities including reading, playing a game, or a mind-challenging puzzle can all be effective.

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January is National Bath Safety Month

Jan 02, 2020

It is always a good time to take a closer look at safety in and around the home. So, we welcome the opportunity that comes with the fact that January is National Bath Safety Month. That includes everything from the proper way to bath an infant all the way to safeguarding the bathroom area from accidents and mishaps.

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