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Safety Tips

A Lockbox Can Save Lives, Prevent Home Damage

Imagine this scenario: Your senior family member has had to activate his emergency medical pendant and the medical personnel are on the way. The senior can’t get up to answer the door; the locked door is a barrier between the patient and emergency medical personnel.

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Does Your Loved One Need New Shoes?

The quality of your footwear is very important especially if you are constantly on your feet walking or running. The quality of your shoes can also impact the health of your lower extremities. By continuing to wear shoes that are clearly worn, you risk injury and placing stress on your feet and joints in the knees and ankles.

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Tips To Protect Aging Loved Ones From Phone Scams

There are many phone scams including the "grandparent scam" in which someone calls to tell them their grandchild is in trouble and needs money for bail or medical treatment. They're told to send money via Western Union or other methods.

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The Dangers Of A Heat Wave

Weather is, at best, unpredictable, but a heat wave poses as much of a health risk for your aging parents as do winter storms or hurricanes. It is not unheard of for the frail elderly to succumb to extreme heat.

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Prescription 'Best Practices' For The Elderly

Aging brings many issues that we have to deal with and they range from being able to remain living independently to diminished health to the loss of loved ones and friends.

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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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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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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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Benefits of a Personal Medical Response System

When you or an elderly family member needs an emergency plan when they are home alone, the personal medical response system is the perfect solution.

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Falls In Seniors

With each passing year, the number of falls in seniors increases. This is a growing problem that often times results in serious injury or even death.

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