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Senior Care: 4 Things Not To Say To Your Senior Loved...

Senior Care: The holidays are usually a happy time for enjoying shared experiences with family and friends. But for seniors who have lost a spouse or a partner recently or who tend to struggle with depression, the holidays may not be a happy time...

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Senior Care: 4 Best Tips for Caring for Someone Who Has...

Senior Care: There are hundreds of different types of pneumonia. [caption id="attachment_3512" align="alignright" width="378"] Pneumonia[/caption] All of them mean that your senior’s lungs are infected, and that’s not a good thing at all....

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Senior Care: Best Swimming Exercises For Your Senior

Senior Care: Swimming is often recommended as a fun way for seniors to stay active and to remain in good physical shape. Swimming is beneficial for physical health and has many other benefits that make it an important part of a senior's lifestyle....

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Senior Care Tips: Sudden Flare-Up of Seasonal Allergies in Senior Citizens

Senior Care Tips: Does your elderly loved one have sniffles? Maybe, their eyes are dry or itchy. If you are caring for your elderly loved one and notice they have wheezing, itchy eyes, coughing, or sneezing - they could have seasonal...

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Senior Care: Five Ways to Cope if Your Senior Isn’t Listening...

Senior Care: Whether the issue you’re discussing with your senior is a big one or a small one, it’s really frustrating when you feel she’s not listening. There might be some reasons for that, and there are some senior care tips you can use...

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How Can You Put Some Zing Back in Your Senior’s Life?

If your senior seems to have lost some of the spring in her step, you may need to dig a little deeper and see what sorts of changes might be in order. Some of these changes are ones that you can do slowly in stages, which is often an...

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