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A doctor talking to an older woman about her medicaid and medicare coverage

Medicare vs. Medicaid: What’s The Difference?

  In the US, healthcare expenses are covered by the public insurance systems Medicare and Medicaid, both administered by the US Centers for Medicare and Medicaid.   It’s vital to be clear […]

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Preventing And Managing Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

  Carpal tunnel syndrome or CTS is described as the most common entrapment neuropathy (nerve damage), and it’s a diverse and complex condition.   CTS is characterized by the compression of the […]

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 Tips for Arthritis Pain

  Arthritis pain affects tens of millions of American adults. Of the 54 million arthritis sufferers in the US, 1 in 4 have severe joint pain.   There are more than 100 […]

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7 Common Health Concerns for Seniors

  Our increasingly aging population means health concerns for seniors are widespread.   Life expectancy in the United States is 78.6 years, according to the latest CDC figures. Data from 2016 showed […]

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A toothbrush with toothpaste. A toothbrush is a great first step for oral health

Why Is Oral Health Important As We Age?

  The oral health care of aging adults should never be neglected.   As we grow older, our teeth age with us. While the dental issues we experience as we age don’t […]

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A glass of orange juice with lemons. Increasing vitamin C intake can help individuals avoid allergies

How To Avoid Allergies In Spring

  Spring is here and that spells allergies.   As the cold weather fades, new plants and flowers begin to sprout. The trees burst into life again. Hibernating animals poke their heads […]

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A ruler. Individuals are social distancing to prevent the spread of coronavirus

The Benefits of Social Distancing

  Since social distancing measures were introduced to help manage the coronavirus pandemic, we’ve all been forced to adapt to a new normal.   According to the World Health Organization, there are […]

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The Most Important Things to Clean in Your Home

  Never has it been so vital to keep your home clean and germ-free, especially for seniors.   The World Health Organization reports that the two groups most at risk of dying […]

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How to Stay Safe from COVID-19

  If you’re looking for some actionable tips on how to stay safe from COVID-19, you’ve come to the right place!   Staying safe and healthy from the ongoing pandemic involves taking […]

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Taking The Pressure Off High Blood Pressure

  High blood pressure is also known as hypertension and commonly referred to as the silent killer.   How does high BP earn this ominous name?   Well, some episodes of stroke […]

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