Senior Health & Well-Being

How Seniors Can Maintain Good Bone Health

Many seniors are prone to loss of bone mineral density, especially those who don't get enough nutrients needed to keep up their bone health. To prevent developing osteoporosis, you should encourage your loved one to keep up their bone health. Here are some simple lifestyle changes your loved one can make to stay healthy.

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Preparing for Mid and Late-Stage Alzheimer’s Care

Alzheimer's is a progressive disease, meaning if your loved one is diagnosed, their illness will worsen over time. While support from a family caregiver may provide the care they need now, they will eventually need more comprehensive care to help them manage their symptoms. Here's how you and your loved one can prepare for mid and late-stage Alzheimer's.

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Staying healthy during the cold months

During the summer months, we’re often more attuned to our body’s need for water, because we might feel hot or even sweaty more often. During the winter, when it’s cold, grey, or snowing, it’s easy to forget—but our body needs the same amount of water!

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