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Pneumonia: What Seniors Need to Know

There are certain serious health conditions that we often associate with older adults. Heart disease and cancer are a few that top the list. But one that may not seem as obvious has the potential to be just as life-threatening as others in the category.


Take a Deep Breath: Stress Relief Techniques for Seniors

In many ways, stress represents one of the few permanent components of life. At just about every point in our journey, a stressor – whether positive or negative – will arise


Senior Home Security Tips

Crime has inarguably evolved over the last few decades. Today’s wrongdoers have largely turned to hacking, scams, or fraud to get the money and/or personal information they want – often through digital means


Maintaining Joy: Ways for Seniors to Stay Healthy During the Holidays

The older we get, the more intense the holiday season seems to become, with an increasing number of responsibilities.


How Aging Affects Our Feet

Henry David Thoreau once wrote, “An early-morning walk is a blessing for the whole day.” From sunup to sundown, we rely on our feet constantly to get us wherever we need to go.


Holiday Scams: What Seniors Should Look Out For

Scammers and con artists are all around us these days. It seems that no matter where we turn, there’s a nefarious individual or group looking to scam us.


How Seniors Can Care for Their Skin

As they say, the one thing you can count on in life is change. That certainly applies to our skin as we begin to age.


COPD in Seniors

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, more commonly referred to as COPD, is one of the most significant health problems facing adults in the U.S. COPD is a leading cause of death, falling just behind heart disease, cancer, and accidents.


Compassion Fatigue: What Family Caregivers Need to Know

Caring for others is often driven by motivations of love and understanding. It’s not uncommon for family caregivers to initially feel that their capacity for helping those they love is nearly limitless.


Autumn Safety for Seniors

There’s much to enjoy about the transition from summer to autumn. The intense heat begins to subside, the leaves change color, and we ready ourselves for the holiday season.



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