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29
OCT
2018

Senior Care after Heart Attack

  Among the common risk factors that increase the likelihood of heart attacks are smoking and long-term exposure to second hand smoke, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, obesity, diabetes, stress, alcohol, and a family history of heart attacks and heart disease. If your...
13
AUG
2018

Signs of Depression Among Seniors

According to reports, depression affects older people differently than younger people. It is often associated with an increased risk of cardiac diseases and an increased risk of death from illness. It often occurs with other medical illnesses and disabilities and it reduces the...
06
AUG
2018

What are the Early Signs of Dementia?

Although a new study says that the rate of Dementia in Americans aged 65 and older fell by 24 percent over the last 12 years, the condition still remains to be one of the risks acquired by the aging population in the United States. Dementia is a syndrome that, according to...
19
JUL
2018

How to Prevent Heart Disease

Cardiovascular disease is the major cause of death in America. It accounts for approximately 34 percent of deaths. Making lifestyle changes as early as possible is necessary in preventing heart disease. We all know that lack of exercise, an unhealthy diet and other unhealthy...
09
JUL
2018

How to Take Care of Seniors with High Blood Pressure

  According to studies, 1 out of 3 American adults has high blood pressure. Approximately 75 million is an alarming figure because high blood pressure is considered a silent killer nowadays. An elevated BP level comes without persistent symptoms. However, it can cause...
11
JUN
2018

The Importance of Transitional Care

Transitional care is a type of care service given to patients who move from a hospital setting to a home setting. This type of care is necessary to help patients fully recover from their illness or injury. A care manager can perform roles varying from assisting in the discharge...
05
JUN
2018

How to Take Care of your Aging Parents

Caring for your aging parents is rewarding. After all, it is just right to take care of them as they grow old and become unable to perform many activities on their own. We have listed simple ways to help you take care of them despite your own busy life and schedule. Hopefully,...
29
MAY
2018

Common Health Risks Among Seniors

          There are many risks that people encounter while aging. The most common and natural are health risks that come with growing old. The good news is you can prevent or lessen their impact on your senior loved ones by being aware and making healthy...
22
MAY
2018

We Offer Respite Care

We know many people who take the roles as their loved ones’ caregivers and we salute them for that. Instead of hiring a staff, they do the job for many reasons such as to be able to give personal touch, and in many cases, to deal with monetary constraints. Are you one of them? We...
14
MAY
2018

Outdoor Activities for Seniors

Sometimes routines can be boring and can cause emotional distress to some people. To some seniors who can move, and to some who like going out of the house, doing outdoor activities can help promote physical and emotional wellness. Occasionally going out is a good part of a...
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