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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

Taking care of your heart should begin in your youth and continue throughout your lifetime. However, many people 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...

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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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How to Help a Loved One Who Wanders

How to Help a Loved One Who Wanders

Wandering is a common problem for seniors who have dementia. Wandering can make caregivers anxious about their loved one’s safety as they could easily have an accident or get lost. Knowing the warning signs and possible causes of wandering can help you protect loved...

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Is It Time to Take the Car Keys Away?

Is It Time to Take the Car Keys Away?

After 50+ years of driving, it can be difficult for seniors to relinquish their driving privileges. For safety sake, however, you may find it necessary to request that a loved one stop driving. Although driving gives seniors greater freedom and independence, it’s not...

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Alzheimer’s Disease: Are There Symptoms?

Alzheimer’s Disease: Are There Symptoms?

Seniors 65 years or older are at greater risk for Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Early on warning signs, however, can occur as early as your 40s or 50s. Knowing what signs to look for can be helpful in determining if you're developing this condition. Here's what you need...

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High Cholesterol Presents a Silent Threat

High Cholesterol Presents a Silent Threat

High cholesterol is one of the many health challenges seniors face in their golden years. Left unchecked, high cholesterol can lead to heart problems. As this condition presents no symptoms, it’s important for seniors to get tested regularly as recommended by their...

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Are Immunizations Still Important As You Age?

Are Immunizations Still Important As You Age?

As you age, immunizations can play an important part in your health and wellness program. Vaccinations serve as a preventative measure against serious diseases that can take a toll on your health. August has been designated “National Immunization Awareness Month” to...

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Home Safety Tips for Seniors

Home Safety Tips for Seniors

Seniors planning to age in place may need to modify their home to enhance safety and mobility. By assessing the home room by room, adult children can get a better idea of how to make their parents' home a safer, more comfortable place to live in their senior years. ...

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