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Tips for Improving Your Heart Health

Tips for Improving Your Heart Health

Your heart is where your life is! A healthy heart beats between 60-90 beats per minute and that may slow down a little as we age. That means your heart could eat more than 140,000 times each day! It’s crazy to think that the organ we depend on for...

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How to Have Meaningful Conversations with Dementia Patients

How to Have Meaningful Conversations with Dementia Patients

If you have a loved one with dementia, you probably already know how frustrating it can be to communicate sometimes. Limited understanding and cognitive decline can be very overwhelming for both the patient and the caregiver, but there are ways to...

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Quick Activities for Dementia Care

Quick Activities for Dementia Care

Although dementia is most commonly diagnosed in seniors, it can also happen to middle-aged people, as well as those who have suffered a brain injury. Many people still go on to live long lives after diagnosis, so it’s important to understand the...

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Boredom Can Be Dangerous to a Senior’s Health

Boredom Can Be Dangerous to a Senior’s Health

We’ve all heard the phrase, "bored to death". All of us need to feel purposeful in life, and seniors are no exception. While boredom makes most people lethargic, it can have even greater consequences for seniors. Even to the point of being...

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Benefits of Music Therapy for Seniors

Benefits of Music Therapy for Seniors

The term “mental health” is one that gets overused and often misunderstood. At its core, it simply means exactly what it sounds like—the level of health having to do with all things mental. This includes psychological issues, emotional...

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Home Health Care

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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