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Caregivers Benefit From Medical Alert Systems

While many people believe that a medical alert system is only for the elderly, others have come to realize that this is not the case. Believe it or not, caregivers of all ages can benefit from having access to a medical alert system during an emergency.

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Creating a Safe Bathroom Environment

Creating the proper environment will allow a caregiver to feel safe about leaving their loved ones alone especially when using the bathroom, in particular showering.

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Exercise At Home To Keep The Elderly Safe

Regular physical activity can improve the quality of life as our loved ones age. It has been proven time after time that exercise keeps our body, mind, and heart strong.

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Making The Snowbird Trek

Depending on what geographical location you live, springtime can often be classified as "going home" season! The yearly flock of snowbirds from the southern states back to their respective northern state is in full swing.

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Preventing Osteoporosis As We Age

Osteoporosis as described by Wikipedia is a disease of bones that leads to an increased risk of fracture. In osteoporosis, the bone mineral density (BMD) is reduced, bone microarchitecture deteriorates, and the amount and variety of proteins in bone are altered.

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LifeFone Makes a Great Mother's Day Gift

A LifeFone medical alert system can actually make a perfect Mother's Day gift. If you want to give something special to your mother this year, a LifeFone system could be exactly what they need.

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Little Exercise Means Big Difference!

Studies have shown that as little as 20 minutes of exercise a day can greatly increase the likeliness of a long, healthy life. Even better, this exercise can be accomplished in the safety of your own home.

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Nutritional Food Without The Cost

Many caregivers understand that their loved ones are on a fixed budget. They also understand that seniors often fail to cook for themselves or prepare less nutritious meals.

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Planning for Financials and Health Care as you Age

It's anticipated that by 2028 the cost of private nursing home care will double from current costs and the government has forecast that there could be a 50% increase in the population of those 65 or older which could put a strain the resources available for nursing home care.

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Housing Options With Medical Alarms

Before making a decision on where you or your loved one will spend retirement years, you need to look at all the options. If the move involves relocation to a new city or state you truly need to step back and look at everything before you choose new living accommodations.

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