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The Importance Of Staying Hydrated for Seniors

Water is something that we all need, yet many seniors don’t get enough of it. Studies have shown that roughly 20% to 50% of seniors are dehydrated. On its website, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) states that “plain water intake” is lower among...

Health & Wellness Benefits of Seniors Getting Out in Nature

Getting outdoors is a wonderful way for seniors everywhere to improve their health and wellbeing and combat some of the typical rigors of age. In addition to promoting mental and emotional health, getting outdoors is also a wonderful way for seniors to improve their...

8 Ways to Deal with Caregiver Stress

It can be overwhelming to take care of a loved one who is aging or one living with cognitive problems or a disability. Too much stress can be harmful to you and to the one in your care. It’s important to recognize the signs of caregiver stress and to put actions in...

Personal Safety Tips for the Elderly Living Alone

A whopping 12 million American seniors live alone and nearly 70% of them are elderly women. So, why are so many elderly people striking out on their own instead of living in senior care facilities? Well, the answer to that one is simple – older adults value their...

National Kidney Awareness Month: Have You Been Screened Recently?

Research shows that in the U.S., about 33% of adults are at high risk for developing kidney disease, and over 10% have it. Unfortunately, most people with kidney disease are unaware. If you are age 60 or older, you are at a greater risk for developing some form of...

The Staggering Facts about a Caregiver’s Health, and How You Can Help

Often, when caring for someone, it’s easy to focus our attention completely on the person physically showing signs of need. However, sometimes the caregiver stands in great need of care themselves. Caregivers are the backbone to the seniors-in-need community. They are...