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Live-In Care: Accessible Care 24/7

When a loved one has an underlying health condition, illness, or disability, promptly attending to their needs is vital. However, you cannot stay up all night catering to their needs, especially when you have responsibilities to tend to the next...

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Subtle Signs of a Heart Attack Happening

We see a man. He is upright, but suddenly he clutches his chest, seemingly having trouble breathing. His face contorts to show pain. He is suffering a heart attack, manifesting in chest pain. That's one scenario we think of when hearing...

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Telling Someone You’re Worried They Have Dementia

Have you noticed your loved one or friend having problems with memory or focus? Are you concerned they may be having something serious such as dementia? How should you express your worries and encourage them to have a check-up? Talking...

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Pets for Seniors? Why It Can Be a Good Idea

Our senior loved ones may be facing limited movement because of health issues or low energy. This keeps them homebound. The social engagement they once enjoyed is now limited. Social isolation can be lonely and depressing. There are many...

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Maintaining Physical and Mental Wellness During the Pandemic

When times are uneasy, the best way forward is to take care of yourself or your loved ones. The COVID-19 pandemic is a global stressor for everyone—especially for your senior loved ones and those with pre-existing conditions. Providing senior...

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The Link Between Your Diet and Dementia

Various studies suggest that what we eat significantly affects the aging brain’s ability to think and remember. One study in particular conducted by Swedish researchers in 2011 found that being overweight or obese can increase a person’s...

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