15 Jan 5 Ways to Avoid Falls For Seniors

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the number one cause of injury-related deaths among elderly Americans is falling. In winter, we often think of falling on snow and ice, and that's very important to watch out for. However, most injury-causing falls happen...

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30 Dec 5 Myths About Hospice Answered

Hospice is a commonly misunderstood branch of medical care. This is troubling, especially because many who may need hospice for themselves or a loved one hesitate to seek it out based solely on one or more misunderstandings. Below are 5 of the most common myths...

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25 Oct Winter Weather Tips for Seniors

Winter’s cold and ice can be a dangerous time for the elderly and/or infirm. The American Red Cross says that, “Older adults are at greater risk for cold injuries because the body’s ability to maintain a constant internal temperature decreases with age.”  So this winter, keep your loved...

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