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Reduce Senior Fall Risk with These Recommendations

Falling can be painful, but for seniors, the results can be devastating, including hip fractures, which can result in a broad range of health concerns. As many as 25% of all older adults who experience a fractured hip lose their lives within six months of the injury. Read More
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Common Causes of Urinary Incontinence in Older Adults

Incontinence, or a loss of bladder control, is a disturbing and delicate issue, especially for seniors. It can trigger a number of problems, from skin sores to social reclusiveness for individuals who are afraid to leave the house in case of an “accident.” Read More
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Urinary Incontinence in Seniors: Facts and Myths

Urinary incontinence is often an upsetting subject for those who are experiencing it. The preconception behind the affliction often contributes to individuals having either a lack of facts or a belief in some common misconceptions about incontinence. Read More
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Advance Directives Provide Peace of Mind

Our lives are unpredictable. And though an advance health care directive can be something we want to put off, thinking about end-of-life decisions today can help provide peace of mind that your values and preferences about your medical care will be heard in the future. Read More
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Learn How Palliative Care Helps Improve Quality of Life

What is the first thing that comes to the front of your mind when you hear the phrase “palliative care?” For many people, it’s associated with hospice care. The actual goal of palliative care, though, is to give relief from difficulties like pain, vomiting and nausea that are caused by either a medical condition or from the treatment for that ailment. Read More
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The Best Tips for Alzheimer’s Care During the Pandemic

Providing home care services for an aging parent with Alzheimer’s disease is often stressful under the best of conditions; mix in a worldwide pandemic, one that calls for social distancing, masks, and thorough sanitation of both us and the environment, and the challenge might seem insurmountable. Read More
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Six Tips for Male Mesothelioma Patients

Mesothelioma occurs in men four times more often than women. Researchers believe men develop mesothelioma more often because occupational asbestos exposure typically happens in male-dominated industries. Read More
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COVID-19 Trusted Resources for Seniors and Family Caregivers

Recognizing where to turn with regard to the current, most reliable information on COVID-19, especially as it relates to the elderly and people who provide caregiving assistance for them, is important – and can be confusing. Read More
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Covering the Cost of Adaptive Equipment for the Elderly

Could your senior loved one could benefit from additional safety in the shower or tub? Does he/she require a walker or rollator to move around? If that’s the case, it’s quite possible that you’ll soon be looking to purchase the in-home adaptive devices that so many families count on to keep senior loved ones safe. Read More
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Assistive Devices for the Elderly: Insider Tips to Increase Safety and Comfort at Home

Throughout growing older, assistive devices for the elderly can make day-to-day life around the house easier and safer. There’s a large selection of assistive equipment solutions for home care available today to choose from. Read More