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Understanding Your Circadian Rhythm 

By General Health

A highly popular jazz song composed by George and Ira Gershwin and published in 1930 proclaimed, “I got rhythm. Who could ask for anything more.” The lyrics speak of music and happiness. But let’s consider another side of rhythm which can also lead to happiness and is an important factor in human health—circadian rhythm.  What…

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Senior woman with family and caregiver having blood pressure checked for age-related diseases

11 Age-Related Diseases to be Mindful of 

By Senior Care

The World Health Organization (WHO) has stated pointedly, “A society is measured by how it cares for its elderly citizens.” On a more personal level, it is important for family members and caregivers of the elderly and those who are experiencing age-related diseases to know how to provide proper care.  Why It Is Important to Take Proper…

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Best Strategies for Healthy Aging

By General Health

Aging is inevitable- it’s something that everyone faces. While it can be challenging for some, it is possible to make it a fulfilling and enriching experience. Strategies for healthy aging involve making choices that support your overall physical, mental, and emotional well-being. Most people prefer to age in place in their own homes, where they…

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Seniors hoarding food

What You Need to Know about Seniors Hoarding Food

By Senior Care

Food hoarding is a common behavior among seniors, especially those with Alzheimer’s disease and other related conditions. This can manifest in several different ways including: Sneaking food Hiding food Secret eating Stealing food Purchasing extreme quantities of food This can result in dangerous issues including food poisoning from expired foods to attracting rodents. Therefore, it’s…

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