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Five subtle questions to help gauge your aging parent’s health

Reaching out for help can difficult, especially for our loved ones. But asking a few subtle questions can help you gauge the physical and mental health of your parent and determine if it may be time for assisted living. Consider asking these five questions at your next visit:   Question #1 How was breakfast? An
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Five summer health and wellness tips for seniors

With summer on its way, it’s important to be aware of our health and bodies, especially as we get older. From enjoying the rays to staying active, help your loved ones enjoy the sunshine while staying healthy with these five tips. Tip #1: Eating fresh foods There is no better time of year than during
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How to spot the warning signs of a stroke

Every 40 seconds, someone in the U.S. suffers a stroke. It’s an alarming statistic, and although a stroke can happen at any time, a person’s age is a significant factor. In fact, the risk of having a stroke doubles each decade after the age of 55. For seniors and their loved ones, learning to spot
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How to Ensure Senior Safety During the Winter

The winter months can be difficult for seniors. When the weather turns cold, they are especially vulnerable to accidents and other health concerns. Here are a few tips for protecting your loved ones this season. Keep warm inside The temperature outside during the winter is not the only concern for seniors. A cold living space
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5 Vitamins for Senior Health

Many seniors experience changes in health as they age. Some seniors may notice a decrease in appetite, others may have difficulty regulating body temperature and staying warm and still others simply find that moving around isn’t as easy as it used to be. Getting the right vitamins and minerals can be especially difficult for seniors. While
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