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Senior Care: Effective Stroke Prevention Tips

Age, gender, and family history are uncontrollable risk factors associated with stroke. However, there are other factors you have greater control over especially if you are taking care of an aging loved one. Let us all take a proactive approach to re...

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How to Help Seniors Lower Their Fall Risks

The effects of a fall can be life-changing and life-threatening for seniors but the fear of falling can also be a serious threat. Most of the time, after they’ve fallen or have been told by their doctor that they are at high risk of it, most older ...

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How to Support Seniors While Physical Distancing?

The geriatric population, those who are 65 years and older, have been widely noted as among one of the most at higher risk of developing severe illness from COVID-19. This is due to possible underlying medical conditions such as heart, lung, or autoi...

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Senior Care 101: Cognitive Health Boosters

One of the biggest health mistakes that any person could ever make is neglecting mental health. A lot of these people focus too much on their diet and exercise routine that they forget that their mental health also has the same needs. Understandably,...

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Every Essential Component of a Healthy Lifestyle

Health is the greatest treasure any person could ever have. It is priceless, and no amount of wealth can compare to it. For the same reason, it is important for a person to safeguard his/her health as much as possible. This holds especially true for ...

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Celebrating the Holidays During the Pandemic

During the holidays, many senior adults living in housing support look forward to getting visits and hugs from their family members. However, because of the pandemic, they may not be able to get to do that since everyone now needs to observe social d...

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elderly patient laughing together with his caregiver