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  • Wound Care at Home: Do's and Don'ts

    An open wound can occur for any number of reasons—from a fall as you’re walking your dog down the street…

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  • Does Dementia Increase the Frequency of Falls?

    Whether your loved one has experienced a fall in the past or you’re worried about their potential for falling after…

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  • How To Help Elderly Parents From a Distance

    Caring for elderly parents can be an emotionally taxing experience. It’s not easy watching your parents get older and depending…

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  • 8 Balance Exercises for Seniors

    Whether a loved one has recently experienced a balance-altering injury like a stroke or you’re simply trying to help an…

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  • 4 Mini Stroke Symptoms in the Elderly

    If you have a loved one who is an older adult, you may be on high alert for life-threatening diseases…

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  • What is My Loved One’s Life Expectancy After a Stroke at 70?

    If someone in your life recently had an acute stroke, you probably have countless questions circling through your mind—especially about…

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  • The Most Common Causes of a Stroke in the Elderly

    Aging is one of the most uncomfortable truths of living: as we get older, our health can decline, leaving us…

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  • The Most Common Old Age Diseases

    Aging is normal. As we get older, we gain wisdom, cherished memories, and long-lasting relationships. However, with age comes increased…

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  • When Should Someone Be Offered Palliative Care?

    Many people think palliative care refers to end-of-life care. While end-of-life care—also known as hospice care—is a type of palliative…

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  • Early Warning Signs of Parkinson’s

    When we notice something unusual happening in our bodies, it can be tempting to ignore it and hope for the…

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