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Diabetic Care for Seniors

Caring for Someone with Diabetes

Diabetes mellitus is a group of diseases affecting the way the body uses glucose. No matter what type of diabetes […]
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Senior Heart Health Checklist

The Road to Heart Health: An Easy Checklist for Seniors

Statistics from the American Heart Association show that approximately 70% of seniors between the ages of 60 and 79 have […]
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Heart Healthy Diet Seniors

Switching to a Heart Healthy Diet for Seniors [And How to Make it Taste Great]

Heart disease is the nation’s leading cause of death in both women and men, and the number one risk factor […]
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Activities for Seniors

Staying Active in 2018 [A Local Guide to Senior-Friendly Activities]

With 2018 in full swing, it’s time to put those New Year’s resolutions into practice and make the most of […]
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Caregiver Burnout

How to Recognize and Alleviate Caregiver Burnout

Up to 43.5 million caregivers like you provide informal care for a loved one, reports AARP. While you appreciate the […]
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Senior Winter Activities

Beat the Winter Blues: 11 Winter Activities to do With Your Aging Parent

During the winter months, you probably worry about hypothermia or your parents falling, but your aging parents are also at […]
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Senior Holiday Depression

Holiday Depression and Seniors: Helping Your Loved One Cope with Depression During the Holidays

Although the holidays are supposed to be a time of goodwill and cheer, many people deal with feelings of unhappiness […]
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Veteran Honors

5 Ways You Can Honor a Veteran on Pearl Harbor Day and Throughout the Holiday Season

With December comes Pearl Harbor Day on December, 7th, the time when we remember that “date which will live in […]
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Walk with Senior Winter

7 Winter Safety Tips for Seniors

As the temperatures begin to dip and the falling leaves give way to snow and frost, safely weathering the winter […]
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Holiday Caregiver Stress Coping

How to Manage Caregiver Stress As You Celebrate The Holidays

Twenty-nine percent of adult Americans like you care for a family member reports the American Psychological Association. Your caregiver responsibilities […]
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