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Senior Saving Spotlight

At Home Health Care Vs. Assisted Living Facilities

If you are or have an elderly loved one struggling to care for themselves, you may be wondering how to provide the best at home health care they need in their senior years. There are various options you can consider for this purpose. Options For Care Facilities Independent Living Communities ...
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At Home Care vs. Assisted Living

Moving Elderly Parents Out Of Their Home

Many seniors face the stressful decision to either move into assisted living or stay at home. It's a tough decision, but there is an alternative solution: moving parents into your own home. This article will cover five tips for making the transition of moving elderly parents out of their home ...
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7 Tips For a Successful Telehealth Visit

Let's be honest. We're currently in a period where it is more secure and more practical for doctors to meet with patients by means of video rather than meeting face to face in an office.  Imagine sitting in a waiting room among other sick patients, exposing your immune system to ...
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Surviving Spring Allergies

Who doesn’t love the joy of a spring day after a long winter? The trees are flashing their new green, robins are back in the yard, the first colorful flower wildflowers are emerging with a vibrant new sense of energy. Aah, but then comes a certain price to pay for ...
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10 Tips For Family Caregivers of Seniors

As people age, they often need help dealing with a myriad of health issues. From getting dressed to preparing meals, almost every part of the day can require some extra assistance. Often, family caregivers step up to provide this essential care. Out of affection for their parents, grandparents, or other ...
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Early Warning Signs & Ways to Reduce the Risk of Dementia

Dementia is a frightening, progressive, mental disorder afflicting 50 million persons throughout the world. Researchers also estimate that 10 million new cases occur worldwide each year.The disease not only exercises numerous adverse impacts on the stricken subject but their families, friends, and caretakers.  Fortunately, recognizing the early signs of dementia ...
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