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Foods to Keep the Eyes Healthy

Malnutrition has a direct effect on cataracts, glaucoma, and other age-related macular degeneration (AMD) among older people. If they are not getting the appropriate amount of protein, antioxidants, vitamin A, and lutein, existing eye conditions may ...

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Disability Care: Proper Equipment to Help Seniors Get Out of Bed

Assisting someone to get out of bed may sound like a simple task. However, with aging adults, this can be a serious task and should be done with utmost care. The aging process is usually accompanied by declines in muscle strength, endurance, and bala...

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How Is Gardening Beneficial for Aging Adults?

Planting flowers or vegetables right in our backyard can reap beautiful bouquets or produce a delicious harvest for your dining table. But did you know gardening can also do wonders for your health and overall well-being especially for aging adults? ...

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Healthy Resolutions for Seniors in a New Year

Last year was a challenging year. For most of us, it was characterized by isolation, fear, loss, and uncertainty. However, despite those challenges, 2020 has taught us only one thing – gratitude! To give thanks and value the things and people we wo...

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Maintaining Oral Health as a Senior

Some adults and seniors may think that tooth decay or cavities are kid stuff. But this is far from the truth. In fact, as people age, personal hygiene tends to be compromised and hygiene-related problems start to occur. Tooth decay, gum diseases, dry...

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Easy Bruising: Common Among Seniors

As we age, easy bruising is common. Most bruises are harmless but sometimes, they may also be a sign of a more serious problem. In order to avoid bruising, seniors must always opt for assistive devices. They may also engage personal care services tha...

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