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Self-Care In Quarantine Isn’t A Budget Breaker

Self-care. It’s a simple concept, but one that many people fail to recognize as attainable. What is it? Simply stated, self-care is any action that you take to help you feel and look your very best. Fortunately, taking care of yourself doesn’t mean you have to neglect...

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Best Natural Sleep Remedies for Elderly

Some people say that old age itself is a disease because it brings so many unavoidable problems with it for the elderly. Most of these problems start from deteriorating health due to lack of sleep. As a person ages, their sleep cycles start to reduce gradually. But if...

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The Time To Plan Your Funeral Is Now

Contributed by:  Camille Johnson, of Bereaver. It’s only normal to want to avoid thinking about your own death. However, when the time does come, how do you want to leave your friends and family? Do you want them to have to figure out the finances along with what they...

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Scammers Target the Elderly

Contributed by Lucy Baines, Consumer Champion Scammers are a big problem today. These scams target all Americans. One of the most vulnerable populations is the elderly. Elderly individuals tend to have savings accounts and retirement plans, which scammers try to...

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The Importance of Self-Care for Caretakers

By Marie Miguel Humans were born to take care of each other. It is just what we do. A caregiver is anyone who provides service to another to help make their life easier. Anyone who has a loved one with a chronic or severe illness and needs help with everyday...

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Elderly Health Issues

by Amanda Menard, LPN, November 1, 2019 An unprecedented shift is occurring worldwide, wherein the population over age 65 is growing in numbers. This demographic change will lead to the elderly population outnumbering young children. Part of this shift is due to...

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An Easy Guide to Managing Multiple Medications

By SingleCare Two-thirds of older Americans are diagnosed with multiple chronic illnesses. Living with one or more health conditions is a burden. But their treatment plans can also be complicated and overwhelming for both the patient and an in-home caregiver. If you...

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Senior Driving Safety Tips and Resources

Contributed by CarRentals. Driving is an activity that most of us have been doing for many years – and that we want to continue well into our senior years so we can maintain our independence. But as we age, the realities of getting older become more evident when it...

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Common Sleep Issues for The Elderly

By:  Martin Carlson, Digital Content Manager/Staff Writer, https://www.mattressclarity.com/author/martencarlson/   As we age, sleeping can become more and more difficult. If you are an adult aged 65 or older, you could find that sleep is more of a chore. Older...

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