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Ways A Pet Can Help Seniors

Studies have shown that seniors who own a pet have lower blood pressure, lower cholesterol and are healthier overall compared to non-pet owners. A pet is more than just an animal that is kept around the house; it also serves as a loyal and nonjudgmental companion for seniors who live alone.

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Safe Food Storage Methods For Seniors

It is important for seniors to practice safe food storage methods to preserve food freshness and prevent it from spoiling. Food that has spoiled is filled with bacteria and other microorganisms that cause the food to emit an odor or give off a slimy texture. While not all spoiled food is harmful, seniors are at a greater risk of developing illness from eating food that is well beyond its expiration date. For them, it is even more pivotal that they practice safe food storage habits.

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Avoid Malnutrition In The Elderly With These Helpful Tips

Malnutrition, or malnourishment, is a serious condition that aging individuals can face. Problems with joints, teeth, or the digestive system can make it difficult to obtain all of the nutrients that a body needs in order to function at peak efficiency, and the lack of nourishment that results is only going to make the problems worse over time. Fortunately, however, there are a number of easy ways to avoid malnutrition.

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Get Moving To Stay Healthy

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention only 20 percent of U.S. adults get the recommended amounts of both of aerobic and muscle-strengthening exercise.

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Staying Healthy And Balanced As You Age

It's a fact of life, and a fact of aging, that once we celebrate our 30th birthday our balance begins to decline. As we continue to age, that lack of balance can be potentially harmful as it can result in trips and falls.

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Warning Signs of Diabetic Shock: How Medical Alert Systems Can Help

Do you know the warning signs of diabetic shock? Diabetic shock, also called hypoglycemia, can occur when a diabetic has too much insulin, too little food, too much exercise or a combination of the three; it is a dangerous medical condition that must be immediately addressed.

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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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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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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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