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The Shocking Truth On Heart Health For Seniors

The Shocking Truth On Heart Health for Seniors

Maintaining a healthy heart should be important for all seniors as it is the leading cause of death in the US. Find out how to prevent heart disease today. Heart disease is the number one cause of death in the…

Home Care Vs. Home Health Care: What’s The Difference?

Home Care vs. Home Health Care: What's the Difference?

If you are researching care options for an aging loved one, you may be wondering what the difference is between home care and home health care. It can be confusing to understand, especially since these terms are often used interchangeably…

The Medical Differences Between Dementia And Alzheimer’s Disease

The Medical Differences Between Dementia and Alzheimer's Disease

Most of us tend to use the terms dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease interchangeably. If a person has any type of memory loss we are apt to say that they have Alzheimer’s. That isn’t always the case, and the confusion of…

Home Safety Checklist For Seniors – A Happy & Safe New Year

Home Safety Checklist for Seniors - A Happy & Safe New Year

According to AARP, the vast majority of seniors want to remain living at home as they age. However, seniors who live on their own are often at greater risk of suffering from a dangerous fall. Injuries caused by falls are…

3 Scary Truths About Glaucoma In Seniors & What To Do About Them

3 Scary Truths About Glaucoma in Seniors & What to Do About Them

Senior adults over 60 are a high risk group for developing glaucoma. Most people avoid taking these simple steps to detect glaucoma early before it causes blindness. Learn how to fight Glaucoma to protect your eyes Glaucoma is THE leading…

Signs Of Hypothermia & Malnutrition In The Elderly

Signs of Hypothermia & Malnutrition in the Elderly

Even though your loved one may stay inside and have a house full of food, that doesn’t necessarily mean that he or she won’t suffer from hypothermia or malnutrition. Older skin is thin and appetites wax and wane. Dementia may…

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