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Warning Signs Your Senior Loved One May Need Help

Physical and cognitive changes occur in older adults which may be difficult to detect. Family members, friends, a caregiver, or a direct care worker must all help each other in watching out for the telltale signs of these changes. To help you in dete...

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How Can You Get Started with Exercise as a Senior?

Being physically active is one of the best ways to maintain or attain good health. Exercise does not only benefit your physical and mental health but can also help keep you independent as you age. But as a senior citizen, how can you get started with...

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Tips to Improve Senior Sleep Quality

It’s normal for older adults to experience slight changes in their sleeping patterns, like waking up earlier, falling asleep earlier, or experiencing less deep sleep. However, sleep is still as important to a senior’s mental and physical health a...

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Tips to Effectively Manage Multiple Medications

According to a study published in the Oxford Journals in 2015, an estimated 25% of Americans aged 65 – 69 years old take at least five prescription medications to treat chronic health problems. And this number nearly doubles to 46% for older adults...

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Meds That Make Sleeping Difficult

Health issues come to rise as we age; emphasizing the need for quality home health care in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. While there are medications that can be prescribed, your doctor would also disclose the other effects these meds can cause to your ...

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How to Make Recovery Convenient at Home

After surgery, your physician will be providing instructions for your recovery at home. These instructions will vary based on the kind of surgery and the patient’s condition. To make sure you are ready to have your recovering loved one at home, you...

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