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Category Archives: Caregiver in Laguna Beach CA

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Heart Health Information for Those Over the Age of 60

Heart health is very important for people of all ages. However, it is extremely important for those who are over the age of 60. If you are caring for an elderly loved one, it is important that you know cardiac-related diseases are the number one...

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6 Natural Ways to Help Your Aging Parents Treat Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis is one of the many types of degenerative diseases that is common in the elderly. There are many different types of treatment that can be provided if your parents have osteoarthritis. While there are medications that your parent’s...

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What Are the Signs Your Mom is Dehydrated?

Dehydration is a risk elderly men and women face at any time. It's increased when the weather is hot, which makes it a big concern in the summer. Elderly people don't always notice the signs that they're thirsty. If dementia is a factor, they may...

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Is There Really a Safe Way to Fall?

Nationwide, the medical cost of care following a fall comes to around $50 billion. Around $38 billion of that is paid by Medicaid and Medicare. It's estimated that 25 percent of men and women over the age of 65 fall at least once in a...

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Tips for Helping Your Senior Feel Safe When They are Home...

The home is where you should feel your safest and most secure. Unfortunately, for many elderly adults, being in the home alone can leave them feeling unsafe and afraid. As a family caregiver, you should be aware of how much this can negatively...

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Tips for Helping a Senior with Parkinson’s Disease Manage and Cope...

As a family caregiver, you never want to think about your aging parents experiencing pain or any type of suffering. Unfortunately, if they are one of the more than one million people throughout the United States who is currently living with...

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