The Impact of Cataracts on Vision and What You Can Do

Cataracts are extremely common in older adults, though they can affect people at any age. Over time, natural proteins build up on the lens in the eye causing changes in vision. This buildup often progresses very slowly over many years,

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Breaking Down Myths About Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease is a form of dementia. It causes people to have difficulty with memory, communication, and focus. As the disease progresses, they may become easily confused or disoriented and have trouble completing basic tasks. Unfortunately, scientists are not entirely

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Medication Management for Seniors

Taking all medications correctly and the way they are prescribed is important for everyone. It can be hazardous to take an excess of one drug, certain medicines at the wrong time, with the wrong foods or in the wrong combinations.

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6 Easy Ways Seniors Can Eat Healthier

As you get older, your body starts to change and so do your dietary needs. Sticking to a healthy diet may become even more difficult with age, especially for seniors who face mobility issues or other age-related medical conditions. Here

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Stress Management Tips for the Elderly

Stress can affect anyone at any age. However, it can be particularly overwhelming for the elderly. With the right support, treatment, and self-help strategies, seniors can cope better with life’s twists and turns, making their senior years much more healthy,

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Qualities You Should Look for in a Caregiver

Hiring a caregiver is perhaps one of the most difficult decisions you’ll ever make for your loved one. A caregiver will be there by your loved one’s side in your absence and take care of all their needs. Therefore, it

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Dangers of the Cold Weather for seniors

We are nearly halfway there…creeping up on the mid-point of the winter season. The cold weather, snow, and ice can make life challenging for almost everyone, however, older adults in particular are more susceptible to the dangers of this season.

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Tips To Keep Seniors Safe from Flu and Other Health Problems

As people age, their immune system becomes weak and they are at greater risk of suffering from flu and other health problems. Seasonal influenza affects millions of seniors every year. So, what can you do to keep your aging loved

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Here’s why Seniors Really Need to Socialize!

You’re more prone to loneliness as you age. There can be several reasons for your decreasing social connections such as health issues which force you to remain at home, loss of spouse, transitioning to a new place and many others.

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Balancing Life as a Caregiver

Taking care of an elderly parent can be rewarding because you know you’re giving back to someone who helped raise you, but it also comes with its share of challenges. You’re trying to balance your own life, career, and family

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