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June 15th, 2021 / By

Encouraging Loved Ones to Schedule a Doctor’s Visit

According to surveys, men are less likely to consult a medical professional about symptoms than women. If your loved one refuses to see a doctor — whether it’s skipping an annual checkup or refusing to get treatment when they’re hurt or sick — you might be worried about how this will affect their overall health … Read More

May 31st, 2021 / By

Therapeutic Activities Seniors Should Try

When you’re older, it’s easier to fall into habits such as sitting in front of the television for hours on end. This is the default activity for many seniors, but it doesn’t have to continue that way. There are tons of senior-friendly activities that older adults can do to maintain overall strength and flexibility. Today, … Read More

May 14th, 2021 / By

Arthritis: Prevention and Treatments for Seniors

According to a 2013-2015 survey conducted by the CDC, 49.6% of people ages 65 years or older were reported to have doctor-diagnosed arthritis. Arthritis can affect any part of a senior’s body; however, symptoms are most felt in the hands, knees, hips, and lower back. Often, this can make activities, such as exercise and chores, … Read More

April 30th, 2021 / By

Useful Tips to Help Seniors Eat Healthier at Home

When seniors live alone, it’s difficult to determine whether their eating right or they’re just preparing the easiest meal they can make. Getting the right nutrition is especially important for seniors, so this should be something to think about when you make care arrangements. If you’re worried about your loved one’s eating habits, here are … Read More

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