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Everyone has experienced joint pain at some point in their life. This can be very annoying and decrease the quality of life. There are several things you can do to maintain healthy joints and keep them strong. Just like any other tissue in the body they need a little bit of maintenance, nutrition, and rest.Read More
Senior Nutrition and Wellness: Does this sound too good to be true? It kind of does but here are the cool facts. These three nutrients can be used to make your body stronger, as well as make your brain perform better. Both of these characteristics are super important for healthy aging.Read More
Senior Nutrition and Wellness: Staying healthy as you get older should obviously be a high priority for everyone. There are many things you can do to combat the negative effects of aging. Increasing age does not have to mean that your physical strength and ability will deteriorate. One of the most effective ways to combat aging is to get as much muscle mass as possible or maintain what you have.Read More
There are probably numerous questions people have when an elderly family member is diagnosed with some form of dementia. The most thought of form of dementia today is Alzheimer’s, which affects approximately 5.5 million people in the United States (Alzheimer’s Association). The various signs and symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease. Memory loss is the most significant…Read More
Your father may have been reluctant to rely on home care aides. Eventually, though, he began to see how much it was affecting you, your mother, or other family members just trying to take care of him. It may have been an uncomfortable situation for him and you, for example, when it came time to…Read More
As we continue to move beyond winter, looking toward the warmer days of spring and summer that will be somewhere in the distance, a person recovering from pneumonia may be facing some serious temptations. Winter can certainly be long, and when you’re not healthy it can feel even longer. For a senior who was hospitalized…Read More
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