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Eight Ways to Keep Aging Eyes Healthy


Understanding PTSD in Seniors



A Closer Look at Strokes

Strokes are the fifth leading cause of death in the United States, and a major cause of disability. Risk factors for a stroke include high blood pressure, genetics, gender, tobacco use, heart disease, diabetes, weight, age and the use of some medications.


Risk Factors for Osteoporosis

Seniors suffering from osteoporosis often don’t experience any symptoms of the disease until they get a fracture. According to the National Osteoporosis Foundation, approximately 10 million Americans have osteoporosis, and another 44 million have low bone density.


Living with Arthritis

One in five adults suffer from arthritis, and the majority of these are seniors. For older adults to understand the stages of living with arthritis, it’s helpful to talk about how the disease is identified, diagnosed and managed.


Raising Awareness about Oral Cancer Screening

Oral cancer screening is an important test for older adults. Estimates show that more than 50,000 people will be diagnosed with oral cancer this year, and seniors are more at risk.


How Seniors can Enhance Mental Health

No matter what age we are, living a life of purpose, connection and joy is critical for our physical and mental wellbeing. For older adults, a variety of obstacles like vision loss, social isolation, mobility problems and memory issues can make enjoying life more difficult.


Signs of Alcohol Abuse in Seniors

Many of us enjoy having a cocktail with friends or drinking a glass of wine with dinner. For seniors, with a doctor’s approval, this doesn’t have to change.


Comfort Keepers® releases Family Caregiver Guide

Comfort Keepers®, a leading franchise network in the in-home care market for seniors and other adults needing care, is releasing a resource guide to help families care for both their senior loved ones and themselves.



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