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A Senior’s Guide to an Anti-Inflammatory Diet 

Everyone needs to be thinking about a healthy diet, not as a way to lose weight or cure health problems, but as a way to be healthy all the time. Not every condition responds merely to dietary choices, but in the lives of seniors, an anti-inflammatory diet could prevent or reduce symptoms of chronic joint pain like arthritis.

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The Early Signs of Dementia & Alzheimer’s

Having a professional support system in place is imperative in managing the disease. Dementia is a general term for an array of symptoms produced by various brain disorders. Alzheimer’s is the most prevalent strain of dementia. One of the biggest fears for seniors and their families is the onset of Alzheimer’s

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Discussing Home Care with Your Aging Parents

Broaching the subject of home care with a senior parent can be a challenging and possibly intimidating task. It can be difficult for some to even recognize and accept that an elderly parent may need in-home assistance. Then, getting them to agree to it may seem impossible. However, there are some helpful suggestions and strategies

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The Importance of Technology for Seniors

Seniors are becoming more involved with technology, with many older adults embracing the technological age rather than shunning it. Use rates of computers, smart phones, tablets, and social media are constantly increasing among seniors. This new-found love of technology in older adults, is on the rise

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Respite Care Can Help Family Caregivers

The task of providing full time care for an elderly family member can be satisfying and rewarding, but it can also be very challenging. Caring for and supporting someone around the clock can be physically, mentally, and emotionally exhausting. Therefore, breaks are necessary for caregivers to prevent burnout

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Home Support can Help Seniors Avoid Injuries

With age, our immune systems become less resilient and less effective in combatting against illness and physical injury. Not only does the immune system begin to produce less antibodies, which are cells that that help eradicate destructive toxins and viruses, but it also develops a slower response time to fight infections.

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