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Improving Your Mobility as a Senior

One of the many common aging problems is immobility. Aging adults who suffer from immobility or mobility issues can follow a carefully structured, moderate physical activity program that can help improve their condition. Seniors can reap a lot of...

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How Much Sugar Can Seniors Have?

The amount of sugar the average American consumes has risen considerably in the past decades. This may be due to the mass introduction of new processed foods and artificial sweeteners in the market. But aging adults should not just consume sugar...

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The Important Benefits of Companionship to Seniors

Friendships, daily interactions, engagements, get-togethers, and making social connections—all these are essential to living an enriching life. And while forging these relationships may have been easy to have in our younger years, this isn’t so...

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Important Facts You Must Know About Senior Dehydration

Most of us may be dehydrated but are not aware of it because it is easy to dismiss the symptoms. This is especially true for our senior loved ones because the natural physiological effects that come with aging usually result in less...

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Why Senior Depression May Be Misdiagnosed

Senior depression is more common in elderly adults compared to dementia. However, it is frequently underdiagnosed or misdiagnosed. As a provider of health care service in Illinois, we often lookout for symptoms of senior depression in our...

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Preventing Slips and Falls at Home

Slips and falls account for most hip injuries in the United States. This is even riskier for seniors who have troubles with balance, coordination, and mobility. A slip or fall may result in injuries or even fatality. As a provider of health...

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