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Palliative Care – What Really Matters at the End of Life

Palliative Care – What Really Matters at the End of Life

So much of our time on earth is focused on living a full successful life, and it should be. However, so little time is emphasized on honoring and cherishing our final days, weeks, and months here on this planet. It requires compassion and eliminating unnecessary suffering. Palliative

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Moving to Assisted Living – 10 Tips to Tackle Obstacles

Moving to assisted living facilities or nursing homes can be a challenging experience for most people. It can be especially tough on seniors, who have spent most of their life around familiar settings. However, moving to an assisted living facility can also become a rewarding experience for

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Learning from Your Parent’s Dementia

As we all know, dementia can be difficult to deal with for family members. It’s especially tough when it is your mother or father who has the illness. However, this is also a time for reflection on their lives and the relationships we have had with them.

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Aging in Place – Sensible Ways to Keep Seniors at Home Longer

Aging in Place   It should come as no surprise that aging in place would be more popular if seniors had the choice. Most family members agree that they would like to keep their loved ones at home for as long as possible. However, even in the

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Senior Health – Obesity Connected with Early Alzheimer’s Disease

Weight gain is unhealthy for most people around the world. It is associated with heart disease, high blood pressure, and diabetes. However, did you know that being overweight could also contribute early symptoms of Alzheimer’s? U.S. Institute of Again neurologist Madhav Thambisetty is using BMI (body mass

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47 Million People Estimated to Have Dementia

It is estimated that the number of people with dementia has increased by 12 million over the past six years. The cost of treating the disease could top three trillion dollars over the next three years. Nearly 47 Million People Now Have Dementia, Report Shows Researchers say nearly

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Vegetarianism – How a Vegetarian Diet Can Fight Against Diabetes

Vegetarianism has become an increasingly popular lifestyle choice. Whether you don’t want to promote animal cruelty or simply don’t like meat, you may be thinking about going on a vegetarian diet. If you have diabetes, the good news is that vegetarian diets are actually highly recommended for

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Top 10 Cities to Get Assisted Living with Technology

What are you looking for in an assisted living facility? Of course you want the facility to take good care of your elderly love one. Yet, some families are looking for more. Technology is playing a big part in the lives of the elderly. It can make

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Checklist for Seniors – How to Find a Good Lawyer to Represent You

Question – I’ve never really trusted lawyers – I feel like many of them are just out for money. How do I know who I can trust? Most people ask where to find a lawyer when they really need one. The best way on how to find

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Sharing Art Helps Medical Students Connect With Dementia Patients

A simple leisurely activity such as sharing art is allowing medical students to better relate to dementia patients. As we get older, our brains age, as well. When we think of working out, it’s usually our bodies that come to mind. Yet, there has been enough research

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