Seniors and Dementia – How to Spot the Warning Signs

Seniors and Dementia – How to Spot the Warning Signs

Alzheimer’s Disease and other forms of dementia are devastating to families in the United States and around the world. Doctors and scientists continue to work on effective treatments and possible cures, but as of this writing, there are no cures, leaving patients and their caregivers left to simply cope with the heartbreaking effects of the … Continue reading Seniors and Dementia – How to Spot the Warning Signs

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Health Care and Aging – 4 Tips to Keep Seniors Involved

Seniors and Healthy Heart Care -- 3 Essential Tips

One of the biggest struggles associated with aging in is the inability to stay involved in certain activities. As people age, their abilities are diminished and they need to turn to others – often reluctantly – to take care of many of the responsibilities that once required no assistance. Over time, when seniors become accustomed … Continue reading Health Care and Aging – 4 Tips to Keep Seniors Involved

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Alzheimer’s Disease – What’s Your Attitude?

Alzheimer's Disease – What's Your Attitude?

When it comes to senior health, Alzheimer’s disease is a major concern. The disease, which is perhaps the most well-known form of dementia, affects more than five million people who are age 65 or older, and it represents the only top-ten cause of death in the United States that can’t be conventionally slowed, prevented or … Continue reading Alzheimer’s Disease – What’s Your Attitude?

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Senior Safety In the Kitchen: Do’s and Don’ts

3 Big Benefits of Proper Hydration for Seniors

The kitchen is the heart of any home, but it’s also one of the most potentially dangerous spaces in a typical dwelling. During special times of the year such as holidays, the kitchen sees much more activity than usual, too, creating even more potential danger. We’ve talked about senior safety in the kitchen before, but … Continue reading Senior Safety In the Kitchen: Do’s and Don’ts

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Seniors and the Holidays – Five Timely Tips

Seniors and the Holidays – Five Timely Tips

The holidays are a time of celebration, family bonding, friendship and gratitude for the joys that life brings. Unfortunately, the holiday season is also a highly stressful time, particularly for seniors. Depression tends to rear its ugly head during this time of year, and the chaotic excitement of the season can also lead to confusion … Continue reading Seniors and the Holidays – Five Timely Tips

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