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7 Exercise Safety Tips for Seniors

Exercise is a significant part of a healthy lifestyle for seniors. However, the risks associated with exercise for seniors are greater. Body changes, muscle mass and body density decline make you less coordinated and balanced. Such changes could put you at risk of...

Oral Care for Older Adults

As we age, personal care becomes quite difficult due to declining health, memory or physical ability. Activities such as oral care can be easily neglected among older adults as the effects might take a while to manifest in most. Some will ignore the occasional bad...

Home Care Services: Respite Care for Caregivers

Caregiving can be incredibly rewarding; however, it can also be a consuming responsibility. Burn-out and stress can leave a caregiver completely drained of energy to provide care. The effects are often on the mental, physical and emotional wellbeing. Respite care for...

Dementia and Heart Health

Recent studies suggest that a healthy heart in earlier life can help delay or prevent dementia later in life. With a significant potential of reducing aortic stiffening that helps maintain brain health, maintaining a healthy heart through medical interventions or...

Internet Safety for Older Adults

The Internet has been a crucial tool in keeping people connected especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Families have been physically separated for months and with seniors being most vulnerable to the pandemic, the internet has kept families and friends connected....

Detecting and Preventing Strokes

Strokes are considered the most common cause of adult disability. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that in 2018, 1 in every 6 deaths related to cardiovascular disease was due to a stroke. In the United States someone has a stroke every 40...