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January 9th, 2020 / By

Home Care, a Weapon Against Social Isolation

Both isolation and loneliness have been linked to several serious health risks, including heart attacks, strokes, depression, anxiety, and premature death. Social isolation is fast becoming an epidemic, especially in senior populations. However, it is reversible through a couple of things individuals and/ or communities can do to help seniors feel included. According to an AARP-sponsored study on the … Read More

December 27th, 2019 / By

Health Tips for the Holidays

December is the season of sharing, loving, and eating! All the parties and other holiday festivities disrupt daily routines for several weeks. But don’t let these weeks-long celebrations get in the way of making healthy food choices. When everyone seems to be splurging and indulging in all kinds of food, stick to your meal plan. … Read More

December 20th, 2019 / By

Keeping Up with Routines During the Holidays

The holidays are finally upon us and with the season comes a lot of hustle and bustle in preparation for family gatherings, last-minute gift shopping, and cooking. Tradition is one of the most important parts of the festivities, especially for seniors who have been doing them for a long time. However, with the busyness of … Read More

November 29th, 2019 / By

Alzheimer’s Disease: Causes and Risk Factors

There is no one factor that has been proven to cause Alzheimer’s disease. However, scientists have pointed out several risk factors that likely pave the way for the disease and henceforth helps it progress. If present, these risk factors might give a greater chance for a senior to develop the disease. For instance, a study … Read More