Staying Safe And Healthy During Large Gatherings Of Friends And Family

We’re in what some call the season of giving, since a lot of the winter holidays have gift-giving as a focus. Christmas is the most prominent example, where giving and receiving has become something of an obligation for all ages, whether it’s person to person or crediting Santa as the holly jolly middleman. It’s certainly […]

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Thoughtful Gifts Of Mobility And Accessibility For An Older Adult 

It’s the season for gift-giving, which often means it’s also the season for not always knowing what to give. You may have friends or family on your list who say “Oh, I don’t want anything” or “Nothing special.” If you haven’t figured this out, they still would appreciate something from the heart, even if they

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Tips To Navigate The Holiday Season While Caring For A Senior Loved One

Like them or hate them, the holidays are almost here. To some, they can be a special time full of positive experiences, good memories, and more festivities than you can shake a sugar cookie at. Though the original reasons for the celebrations this time of year have religious roots, anyone and everyone can find a

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The Most Important Things To Know About Pancreatic Cancer

All types of cancers present challenges, but pancreatic cancer is particularly difficult for those diagnosed with it, any loved ones around them, and even their providers. The biggest reason why is because this particular cancer is difficult to detect early, which means by the time it’s confirmed, the cancer is often at the advanced stage,

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Understanding Alzheimer’s Disease And The Effect It Has On Your Senior Loved One

Any form of dementia is hard on the people who have it and for any loved ones around them. Alzheimer’s disease, the most common form of dementia, not only affects people’s mental and physical abilities when they are diagnosed with it and it progresses, but also can be emotionally difficult for them as well as

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The Changes In Your Skin As You Age, And How To Take Care Of It

Be nice to your skin! After all, it serves as customized body armor of sorts, protecting your internal organs from greater damage. Certainly, your skin can be bruised, cut, burned, or otherwise banged up, depending on what type of trouble you encounter or activities you’re involved in. To add to the fun of skin health,

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Underpaid, Overworked, And Very Appreciated: Thank You To Our Family Caregivers

Let’s hear it for the caregivers! We can’t say enough good things about professional nurses and aides who have put the time and training into wanting to help clients with their health needs. Whether it’s someone who comes by a few times a week or stays there for a longer shift, the caregiver is an

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Early Signs Of Lung Cancer You Should Be Aware Of

Due to some great efforts by the American Lung Association and similar health organization over the last few decades, people have generally accepted the connection between lung cancer and cigarette smoking. Although this has been significant to society and has helped push down rates of smoking and cancer, there’s still more education and awareness that’s

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