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Restoring Your Independence: The Low Down

One of the hardest parts about getting older is losing your independence. Once you reach your golden years, you will have to learn to rely more and more on other people just to do the simplest things like getting dressed. … Read More ›

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Dealing With Alzheimer’s: The Easy Way

Alzheimer’s can be a devastating disease, and it is something that no one wants to ever go through. However, if you have a loved one or if you know someone that is suffering from this disease, they can get the … Read More ›

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Bedsores Aren’t Easy to Treat, so Prevention is the Key

Family members who have somebody in long-term care must be vigilant about bedsores or decubitus ulcers. Bedsores are skin wounds caused by prolonged pressure on the skin which is in contact with a wheelchair or bed. Bedsores take a long … Read More ›

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Treating and Preventing Heart Attacks in Elderly People

The way we treat our heart reflects in our heart’s health. If you treat it with a good diet, frequent exercise and no smoking, it will remain healthy. But, if you treat your heart poorly with sedentary lifestyle and a … Read More ›

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Why You Should Avoid Diabetes When Aging

There are various tips and ideas online based on the truth of diabetes. In fact, diabetes is already an overused point of discussions; however, the health problem still persists in the country especially among the older demographic. You might ask, &h...

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Understanding Mental and Social Engagement for Alzheimer’s Patients

People with Alzheimer’s are often recommended having the right and nutritious diet and enough exercise for their daily routine. Logically, the aforementioned factors are completely relative because of our biological and medical differences. Neverth...

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