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Seniors’ Safety Checklist: A Guide for Seniors Living at Home

Many seniors feel more comfortable retiring in their own homes. Understandably so, as their homes have served as a place to unwind and grow as a family for many years. This makes it hard for them to leave their cherished memories and possessions. If your loved one is opting for this option, you might want … Continue reading

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Normal Forgetfulness vs. Dementia: What’s the Difference?

– Katharina Villanueva, RN, BSN, CCRN-K, CNRN, SCRN Do you know someone who constantly forgets? This isn’t just forgetting about where the car keys are or when a birthday will be. Sometimes, forgetfulness goes beyond the range of normalcy. Someone close to you could be showing the signs of dementia but are not aware of … Continue reading

4 Essential Stroke Prevention Tips for Seniors (And Identifying a Stroke by Thinking F-A-S-T)

Risk factors, like age and family, history may be beyond your control. However, there are other stroke factors that you can control to lessen your chances of a stroke. Controllable risk factors include obesity, high cholesterol, physical inactivity, and more. If left unchecked, these risk factors can contribute to your odds of suffering from a … Continue reading

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The Family Caregiver: How to Deal with Caregiver Fatigue

As the population ages, more caregiving services are provided by people who aren’t necessarily healthcare professionals. Most of the time, the senior’s children shoulder the responsibility of caring for their elderly parents or for a disabled relative. The demands for caregiving can be overwhelming, particularly if you feel like you have no control over the … Continue reading

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