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What Seniors Should Know about Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune, progressive disease that can make mobility difficult. Here’s what seniors need to know about rheumatoid arthritis and how to stay safe and healthy.

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Nutrition Tips for Seniors: Adding More Fresh Foods to Your Diet

Fresh fruits and vegetables create better health for seniors. Here are several ways to incorporate more fresh foods into your diet.

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Fun Family Games for Seniors with Dementia

There are fun, family games to play with seniors with dementia or Alzheimer’s that can help them stay cognitively active and alert, while enjoying quality time with loved ones.

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Loneliness Impacts Senior Health

Loneliness and social isolation, especially for senior adults, can actually lead to a higher risk of serious health problems. Learn the facts and what you can do to help alleviate loneliness for your elderly loved ones.

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Why Those with MS Need a Medical Alert

Multiple sclerosis is a disease in which the immune system attacks the brain and spinal cord. No one is really sure what triggers this attack. MS is an unpredictable disease that can cause a wide variety of symptoms. A medical alert device can give peace of mind for those with MS.

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Simple Gardening Tips for Seniors

Gardening is a productive hobby with a host of benefits for anyone, but especially for the elderly. Here’s how to make gardening safe and fun.

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6 Common Conditions that Can Mimic Dementia

Dementia is becoming an increasingly common condition amongst America’s older adults. There are many conditions and factors that can mimic symptoms of dementia. Know about these before they happen to you or a loved one.

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What Is Coronary Artery Disease and How Can You Prevent It?

Coronary artery disease, also known as CAD or ischemic heart disease, is the most common type of heart disease. It’s estimated that over 18 million adults over the age of 20 have coronary artery disease, and about 20% of deaths from CAD happen among those who are younger than 65. Learn what it is and how to prevent it.

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Top 10 Myths About Medical Alert Systems

Medical alert systems for seniors provide exceptional peace of mind. But there are some myths floating around out there about these helpful devices and you may question if they are as good as advertised. The fact is that an estimated three million people are protected by a medical alert device every day . It can be a true life-saver, and in fact, it is for many people.

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Inexpensive Ways to Make Caregiving Easier

Many family caregivers are unpaid, devoting their time, energy, and money to taking care of those they love. That might mean that they wind up working fewer hours outside the home, taking extended time off from paid positions, or otherwise taking a financial hit. Finding affordable ways to ease the caregiving burden can help make overall day-to-day living easier for everyone.

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