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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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The Important Role of Friendships in Old Age

The importance of friendships for seniors is often overlooked as familial relationships are often deemed “more important” by most people. However, new research suggests that this might no longer be true. According to studies conducted...

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The Importance of Communication in Long-Distance Caregiving

Long-distance caregiving has made monitoring senior health and wellness possible without risking their safety and security. Caregivers no longer have to pay personal visits to their loved ones to make sure they are okay. However, the importance...

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Never Pressure, Always Reassure

Living with a condition like Alzheimer's is not easy. It can get difficult for patients to remember how to do certain things the right way, even after you provide them with instructions. For instance, when visiting shops or stores with your...

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Is It Time for You to Hire Help at Home?

The aging process brings about physical and mental changes that can interfere with everybody’s active and independent lifestyle. Although a lot can go through tasks on their own, most seniors may need assistance in their daily living due to...

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