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10 Most Common Chronic Diseases in Older Adults: Tips to Prevent and Manage

There are many chronic diseases that are common in older adults but luckily there are also ways to prevent and manage those diseases. High blood pressure is the most common disease that affects seniors and…

Bone Density Measurements Could Help Predict Cardiovascular Risk in Aging Women

Inside your body, bones are the scaffolding that keep you standing upright. As you get older, these supports can weaken. And if they get too weak, you could wind up with a fracture. Let's talk…

For Those Excited About Seeing Grandma at Assisted Living, Make Sure to Keep Her Safe Still

May is Family Reunion Month, but it may not feel like much to celebrate. Not this year. Even though some states are beginning to loosen up their stay-at-home restrictions, there’s a lot to be concerned…

Handling Repetition from Your Elderly Loved One

As your elderly loved one gets older, they may start forgetting things. Whether this is due to dementia or aging, it can be tough on everyone. You and elderly care providers might find that your…

Opinions Are Easy to Have, but How Closely Are You Listening to Dad When Talking About Assisted Living?

You know, there’s this adage about opinions that’s a little bit colorful. We won’t repeat it here, but it basically says everybody has opinions, and it’s true. Opinions are easy. Opinions about assisted living are easy to…

Learning to Adapt Is a Great Life Skill, but with Quality Assisted Living, Seniors Shouldn’t Have to Adapt Too Much!

As we age, we have to learn to adjust to our surroundings, circumstances, environment, and the people around us. This is called adaptation. Being able to adapt is a great life skill and not one…

Three Reasons Seniors Tend to Be Healthier at Assisted Living Rather Than Alone

You may immediately assume that assisted living should be a last resort for an aging loved one, like your mother or father, grandmother or grandfather, but is that really the case? Many people simply have the wrong…

When will we see a Covid 19 Vaccine and what does it mean for the high-risk elderly?

Since the beginning of the Coronavirus pandemic earlier this year, a vaccine has been on everyone’s minds in hopes that it can bring us back to “normal.” Researchers around the world have been working around…

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