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The ABCs of Heart Health

Nearly half of all people in the United States have one of the three top risk factors of heart disease: high blood pressure, smoking, and high LDL cholesterol. Too many people make poor lifestyle decisions each day that adversely impact their heart health. Read More
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How to Recognize the Symptoms of Congestive Heart Failure (CHF)

CHF, or congestive heart failure, is a health condition that occurs when the heart doesn’t pump blood as efficiently as it needs to. CHF can be the result of a few different conditions, including high blood pressure and coronary artery disease. Read More
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Think You Know the Best Foods for Heart Health? These Facts May Surprise You!

Our aging care professionals understand that it’s not always easy to know which are the best foods for heart health when recommendations appear to constantly be changing. We had been told that saturated fats from options including butter, red meat and fried foods were detrimental and could influence a person’s possibilities of developing heart complications, but later studies indicated there isn’t enough proof that those who gave up these foods improved their heart health – and so, we went back to our previous ways due to the go-ahead to select butter over margarine. Read More
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8 Ways for Seniors to Leave a Legacy

Leaving a lasting impact on the world involves more than just passing on physical assets. A true legacy is a tapestry of wisdom, values, and contributions that transcends generations. Older adults play a crucial role in creating a timeless legacy that will impact generations to come, but knowing where to begin isn’t always easy. Read More
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Noticing Changes in Your Parents’ Health Over the Holidays? Take These Steps.

Returning home for the holidays can be a heartwarming experience, filled with cherished moments and family traditions. However, it can also serve as a stark reality check, revealing changes in your parents’ health and well-being that may have gone unnoticed throughout the year. Read More