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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...

Aging: How to Combat a Weakening Immune System

Your body’s immune system is a key defense mechanism in thwarting off germs, viruses, toxins, bacteria, parasites, fungi, and other harmful substances. However, as we age, our immune system becomes weaker. The immune system is an incredible network of cells, tissues,...

Vitamin D Deficiency in Seniors

According to studies, most of us are deficient in Vitamin D. One estimation states that over 1 billion people worldwide have low levels of Vitamin D in their blood.  On top of that, a good portion of us has no idea we’re even lacking in that department! Since the...

Crohn’s and Colitis Awareness Week

December 1st marks the beginning of Crohn’s & Colitis Awareness Week, a campaign with the goal of increasing the awareness of inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD) that over 1.6 million Americans suffer from. The Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation is encouraging those...