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A Few Lifestyle Practices to Help You Prevent Diabetes

Studies show that one in four people over 60 years old suffers from diabetes and the older we get the risk of developing type 2 diabetes increases. If you already have diabetes you will probably come to realize that you will have to change the way you manage it as you get older. Living with … Continue reading

Medication Safety for Senior Citizens

YThe older we get the more likely we are going to need some form of medication for the maintenance of our health. These medications range from heart medication to dietary supplements that provide needed vitamins and minerals. Taking medication safely is very important at an old age because as the body age, complications may arise … Continue reading

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Healthy Eating Tips for Our Senior Citizens

Having a balanced and healthy diet becomes more important as we get older. As we age, we become more susceptible to chronic illnesses such as diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and osteoporosis. Two important roles of a caregiver in home care are providing a proper diet and facilitating healthy eating habits. Here are a … Continue reading

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A Few Ways to Help Prevent High Blood Pressure

High blood pressure is one of the leading causes of heart disease and heart conditions in the United States. It is also one of the main causes of strokes and heart attacks. There are a lot of factors that increase blood pressure, but the main culprit is usually a poor diet and lack of exercise. … Continue reading

The Benefits of Home Health Care

Health and well-being should always be an individual’s top priority. As your loved ones grow older, however, it can become increasingly difficult to take proper care of themselves and maintain a good quality of life. Naturally, with age, they will have less energy, their bones and muscles will grow weaker, and they will become less … Continue reading

4 Basic Exercises for the Elderly

Growing old is a part of life, and as we grow older, life starts moving at a slower pace. In our later years, we can finally slow down, relax, retire, and enjoy more time to spend with our friends and family. However, to fully enjoy this period of life, home health care is very important. … Continue reading

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