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Health Tips

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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Health Tips For The Elderly

As we age our bodies slow down and require special care and consideration. Along with our bodies, our minds and mental faculties deteriorate and as caregivers we need to be cognizant of these changes and pay special attention to the needs of our aging relatives.

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Debunking Long-Term Care Insurance Myths

There is a 70% chance that individuals, 65-years-old or older will need access to long-term care. Add to that, the fact that individuals over the age of 65 are more prone to falls than other age groups and you can understand the reasons why.

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Dealing With Dementia And Incontinence

Over 24 million people are living with dementia worldwide. Affecting the brain and resulting in a serious loss of cognitive ability, dementia deteriorates memory, attention, language and problem solving.

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LifeFone Preventative Stroke Resource

Although strokes are equal opportunists, there are various risk factors that can increase the chances of your loved one having a stroke. As a caregiver, one of the greatest gifts you can offer your care recipient is knowledge and help for prevention.

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Emergency Senior Care Checklist

When dealing with aging parents, there are many items to take into consideration related to their health and safety.

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Preventative Health Screenings in your 50s

50-year-olds have reached a stage in which they can enjoy a renewed sense of self and truly appreciate what they have accomplished and where they want the next 50 years to take them.

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Alleviating Fears With LifeFone

It is widely known that falls are the leading cause of injury among the elderly in the U.S. with the number of falls and the severity of injury increasing with each additional year of a senior's life.

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