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17 Oct 2019

As you advance in years, it can be hard to get all the vitamins and minerals you need on board and this is where health supplements can be beneficial. In an ideal world, you’d get all the nutrients you need from food but this is not always possible. Also, as you get older you’ll need […]

15 Oct 2019
What Is Osteoporosis?
Post by: Sara Niemiec

Osteoporosis is a condition that weakens bones and makes them more vulnerable to breaking. Bones become so brittle that even very mild stresses can cause fractures. In osteoporosis, bone is lost and broken down at a greater rate than it’s created. While osteoporosis affects men and women of every race, Caucasian and Asian women are […]

10 Oct 2019

The fall season has just begun and while some are out picking pumpkins and watching the leaves change colors, others are cozying up by the fire and sipping on a pumpkin spice latte. One of the many things that individuals look forward to in the fall is all the festive and tasty drinks that accompany […]

Following the meandering path of Alzheimer’s disease is remarkably challenging not just for the patient but also for you, the loved ones. It’s crucial to unravel and cope with a range of symptoms as they present. You’ll need the utmost patience as you deal with a person who seems to be entering a different phase […]

08 Oct 2019
How To Adapt Your Home For Old Age
Post by: Sara Niemiec

For many of us, our greatest fear when it comes to getting older is not being able to stay in our own homes and live independently. We dread the thought of having to go and live with our children or in a home so that someone else can look after us. This is the main […]

Alzheimer’s is a chronic, progressive disease that causes brain cells to degenerate and die off. The disease was first described in 1906 by Dr. Alois Alzheimer, a German psychiatrist after a patient died of a mysterious mental illness involving severe cognitive impairment and memory loss. There’s no cure for Alzheimer’s although an early diagnosis can […]

02 Oct 2019

When your parents enter their golden years, you need to accept the reality of residential care whether that’s respite care, assisted living or memory care. Just as it can be confusing for your loved one and they enter this new chapter of life, it can also be overwhelming when you’re confronted by a broad spectrum […]

01 Oct 2019

If this is your first venture into the world of bird watching, or you’re a seasoned veteran, this guide will serve as your go-to checklist. The Essentials 1. Water If a water bottle isn’t one of the first things on your list, it should be! If you’re living in a dryer climate, you may not […]

26 Sep 2019

If the extent of the memory problems your loved one is suffering from calls for a move to a memory care facility, this is obviously a distressing time for everyone.  However distressing it might be, if there’s any risk of your elderly relative falling, wandering off or generally coming to harm, a residential facility is […]

25 Sep 2019

When you reach the age of 65, you become eligible to enroll in Medicare. Trying to navigate the enrollment process can be tricky, though. What’s even more difficult to understand are all the different components of Medicare. Trying to determine which parts are necessary for your long term health can be complicated and we hope […]

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