Month: January 2019

Physical Activity for Arthritis

Originally published on the CDC: If you have arthritis, participating in joint-friendly physical activity can improve your arthritis pain, function,...

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Starting to Exercise Again after a Break

Originally published on Go4Life: Vacation? Flu? Out-of-town guests? Many things can interrupt your physical activity routine, but you can start again and...

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How Your Eyes Change With Age

Originally published on AARP: Like crow’s feet and graying hair, changes to our eyes are inevitable as we age. But...

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Helping An Elderly Parent Settle Into A Senior Care Facility

Originally published on Sixty & Me: Helping your mom or dad to move into a senior care facility can be...

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10 Fantastic Valentine’s Day Ideas For Seniors: Activities And Gifts

Originally published on Daily Caring: Valentine’s Day isn’t just for couples – everyone can celebrate! It’s the perfect occasion for...

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Signs of Caregiver Burnout and Options for Seeking Help

Originally published on the American Heart Association: Caregiver burnout is caused by too much long-term stress. It occurs when you...

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Drinking enough fluids isn’t just for the summer!

Originally published on the National Institute on Aging: It’s important for your body to have plenty of fluids each day....

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