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How Home Health Care Can Benefit You and Your Loved Ones

There are a lot of scenarios where home care may be warranted. Whether it’s a parent, a child with disabilities, or perhaps you yourself need to research options for a long-term condition. Maybe an ailing loved one is going to be moving into your...

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Advice on Aging Gracefully

The seniors who make it to the age of 75 or 85, or even 100 have triumphed and survived many threats to their physical and emotional health. Through these events, they have become much wiser and possess a maturity that only comes with...

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Healthy Meals for Seniors

As you begin to move into your senior years, choosing healthy food is a smart thing to do. No matter how old you are, making good choices is the best thing you can do. When you approach the age of 60, your body begins to change, and your metabolism...

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What NOT to Say to Your Aging Parents

There’s probably not an adult alive who won’t confess to their parents driving them bananas during childhood and adolescence! Our parents usually live to embarrass us during those years! As we become adults, the tables begin turning as our...

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Dealing with Anxiety in Seniors

We all get a little anxious at times. That just comes with being human! But what about senior adults? Do they deal with more anxiety than usual? How do you help them work through their anxiety? Read on. What Is Anxiety? True anxiety disorders...

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Avoiding Family Feuds Over Power of Attorney

Deciding who will have Power of Attorney can affect family dynamics for years to come. That person will oversee major decisions, both medical and financial. Even if your parents plan ahead while they are fit and healthy, it can still cause problems...

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