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How to Have Tough Conversations With Aging Parents

How to Have Tough Conversations With Aging Parents

If you’re having a hard time relating to your aging parents after you’re grown, take heart. You’re not alone. It’s not easy making the transition from being totally taken care of by your parents to caring for your parents in their elderly years. This role reversal can...

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Are You Drinking Too Much Caffeine?

Are You Drinking Too Much Caffeine?

While caffeine can provide an often necessary boost of energy, it’s important to remember that it is a stimulant, not a nutrient and too much caffeine is unhealthy. According to the 2015–2020 Dietary Guidelines for America, published by the U.S. Department of Health...

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Kidney Health and Awareness

Kidney Health and Awareness

There are many organs in the body that are vital to our survival. Even organs that are made up of a pair like the lungs and kidneys are vital and while it is possible to survive with just one, it is much harder to do so. That is why it is important to take care of our...

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How to Succeed at Long-Distance Caregiving

How to Succeed at Long-Distance Caregiving

If you live an hour or more from a senior loved one and are assisting with daily living, you are considered a long-distance caregiver. You may be a family member or close friend who cares deeply about a specific senior’s needs. Your role as a long-distance caregiver...

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Tips for Long-Distance Caregiving

Tips for Long-Distance Caregiving

When you live far from an aging parent or relative, it can be hard to determine if they need help with daily living. Not all seniors are outspoken about their health needs. By checking with your loved one’s neighbors, friends or doctor(s), you can get a better idea of...

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Your Heart Health Matters!

Your Heart Health Matters!

The older you get, the more important it is to care for your health and wellbeing. As a senior, you can expect age to take a toll on your heart and body. If you’re in poor health, you’re at even greater risk of developing heart-related problems and diseases. You can’t...

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The Importance of Taking Care of Your Heart

The Importance of Taking Care of Your Heart

Heart care should begin in your youth and continue throughout your lifetime. Many people, however, neglect heart health until they reach their senior years. Fortunately, it’s never too late to make lifestyle changes that will improve the health of your heart....

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Beat the Winter Blues With These Tips!

Beat the Winter Blues With These Tips!

As temperatures drop and snow begins to fall, it’s easy for seniors to fall prey to “winter blues,” leaving them feeling down and discouraged for no apparent reason. Cold winter weather has a way of dampening anyone’s spirit. Here are a few ideas to help you beat the...

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How to Survive the Winter Blues

How to Survive the Winter Blues

Winter’s a time to celebrate the holidays with family and friends. For many seniors, however, it’s also a time of combating seasonal disorders and winter blues. Cold, dark winter days can play on seniors’ emotions, triggering a disorder called seasonal affective...

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