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Best Apps for Senior Citizens

Seniors are using technology now more than ever, with many of them ordering medications and supplies, connecting with friends and family via Social Media, or managing their finances online. In fact, according to the Pew Research Center, over half of people over 65 have a smart phone or tablet and most go online every day.
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Preventing Malnutrition in Senior Citizens

As the body ages, it may not deliver the same hunger signals that it used to. Seniors often take more medications, have higher rates of conditions like diabetes, or have been relegated to more restricted diets by their doctors. Some  seniors may lose interest in cooking for one, or simply not feel that food tastes
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Two Different Worlds: A Hospice Care Testimonial

Six years ago, my dad started losing weight and having difficulty swallowing.  As a nurse, I knew that we needed to find the cause.  My dad’s tests showed that he had stage 4 esophageal cancer.  Tears started to roll down my face, my emotions ranged from anger to sadness to worry and blame, then of
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