October 27, 2021
Cognitive Issues in Seniors: Things to remember when choosing their activities

Seniors that develop senior cognitive issues, often experience an inability to do the activities they were good at or once loved. It is extremely frustrating and a reality that can be discouraging for all involved, including family members and friends. To avoid this frustration, it is important to recognize the situation when choosing activities for […]

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October 13, 2021
4 things to learn during bone and joint action week

The Global Alliance for Musculoskeletal Health of the Bone and Joint Decade, has declared October 12 – 20, Bone & Joint Action Week. As we age, we begin to feel the wear and tear in our bones and joints. Bone & Joint Action week was established to help increase awareness on health issues specifically related to […]

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September 29, 2021
Why does my elderly parent snore?

It is not unusual to hear an elderly parent snore, and while it can be a disturbance to family members, it can also be an indication of more serious health issues. Surprisingly, it can even be a sign that your loved one suffers from depression. When it is coupled with personality changes due to lack […]

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September 15, 2021
The importance of respite for family caregivers

Taking care of an elderly parent or loved one offers many benefits for both parties including strengthening the parent-child relationship, bringing fulfillment and happiness, and boosting overall quality of life. Despite these advantages, burnout and stress are extremely common for those who serve as a caregiver for an aging loved one. Too often, caregivers become […]

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September 1, 2021
5 Things to know in National Cholesterol Education Month

Cholesterol is a popular topic when it comes to health, especially for seniors whose high cholesterol may pose serious health risks. To help raise awareness, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) has designated September, National Cholesterol Education Month. The CDC offers a wealth of information on steps you can take to prevent high cholesterol and […]

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August 18, 2021
Late life depression explained

Late life depression is a very serious issue and is more common than you may think. Aging inevitably brings with it a lot of life changes. Losing a loved one, moving to a new home and physical and mental changes can all impact our emotional stability. These changes and others can contribute to late life […]

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August 4, 2021
How to prevent dehydration in the elderly

Dehydration in the elderly can pose some very serious health risks. As a result, preventing dehydration in the elderly is vital to minimizing its effects. In order to prevent dehydration, you must be able to recognize the early signs and symptoms. Generally, dehydration occurs when a person loses more water than they take in. Although […]

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July 28, 2021
Transferring power of attorney when your parent has Alzheimer’s

Transferring power of attorney when your parent has Alzheimer’s can be a sticky situation. Given the nature of the disease, your parent may not realize that their ability to make smart decisions is at risk because Alzheimer’s causes progressive mental deterioration in the patient. For those that are unsure about initiating this process, it is […]

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