Easing into Your Ideal Senior Fitness Routine

Fitness Technology for Active Seniors: Does it Work?

Let’s face it: getting into a regular exercise routine is incredibly difficult. Even though exercising is one of the most beneficial things you can do for your health and well being, finding the time and energy for it can seem impossible. Unfortunately, integrating an exercise routine into your life does not get any easier as … Continue reading Easing into Your Ideal Senior Fitness Routine

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Groundbreaking New Drug Trial Offers Hope to Alzheimer’s Sufferers

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Alzheimer’s disease affects a significant portion of the senior population, and it impacts the lives of loved ones and caregivers, as well. This makes it one of the primary issues facing seniors today. Unfortunately, there is no cure for the disease, though it is treatable, making hope a valuable commodity. Thankfully, there has been some … Continue reading Groundbreaking New Drug Trial Offers Hope to Alzheimer’s Sufferers

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Proposed Senate Bill to Increase Senior Home Care Funding

A pair of United States Senators introduced a bill to increase access to senior home care for more Americans than ever before. The bill aims to keep elderly Americans out of more expensive settings like nursing homes by giving them better access to in-home care. The bill, introduced by both a Democrat and a Republican, … Continue reading Proposed Senate Bill to Increase Senior Home Care Funding

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Stay Heart Healthy for National Heart Health Month

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February is National Heart Month, and as such, Always Best Care has pulled together some of the best foods and activities to help your heart stay healthy, so that you can live life and be happy at any age. Here are a few ways you can maintain a healthy heart: Quit Smoking Go for Daily … Continue reading Stay Heart Healthy for National Heart Health Month

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Congress Approves New Strides in the Fight against Alzheimer’s

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Before Congress left for an extended break for the holidays, it approved a huge spending bill to the tune of $1.1 trillion, which included provisions directly aimed at aiding research for Alzheimer’s disease. The bill, which President Obama signed into law on December 16, fully integrated the Alzheimer’s Accountability Act, a bipartisan proposal. The Alzheimer’s … Continue reading Congress Approves New Strides in the Fight against Alzheimer’s

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