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3 Tips to Lower Senior Cancer Risk

Get our tips to improve senior health and help lower your odds of developing cancer as an elderly adult.

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Foods and Recipes that Combat Cognitive Decline

Can your diet prevent cognitive decline, dementia, and Alzheimer's? Experts say yes, and these recipes can help.

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Thinking About a Medical Alert? Here’s a Glossary of Terms to Understand

A personal emergency alarm button can save lives. Here are important terms to understand when you are thinking about buying the best medical alert system.

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Should Seniors Get the New Covid Booster?

Should seniors get the new Omicron booster? And how can elderly adults get covid protection in other ways as the weather turns colder?

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Seniors, Anxiety, & Depression: Learn the Symptoms and Treatments

Depression and anxiety are not “natural” for seniors growing older. Learn the symptoms and treatments for better mental health.

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Senior Living Tips: How to Best Care for Hearing Aids

Hearing aids are an investment in your quality of life as well as your safety. Here’s how to best care for them to keep them in good working order.

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How to Select the Best Shoes for Seniors

Choosing the right shoes can make a big difference in fall prevention. Here’s what to look for to find the best shoes for seniors and how to shop for them.

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Sitting is the New Smoking: Seniors Need to Move More

Being active can cut down on your risk of numerous health problems and premature death. Here’s what seniors need to know to move and stretch safely for better health.

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Time Management Tips for Caregivers

Family caregivers often work round the clock. Time management tips can help.

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Life After Caregiving: How to Move Forward when a Loved One Dies

An elderly parent’s death can be devastating, but for family caregivers, the loss comes with many layers of adjusting. Here’s what to expect and tips on how to move forward.

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