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How Can Seniors Prevent A Fall?

When it comes to elderly adults and their families, falls are a common concern. In fact, falling has become a leading cause of injury-related death in older people – those 65 and above. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) states that as many as 3 million US adults end up in a hospital’s […]

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Independence vs. Safety

July is an important month in American society since it hosts the country’s Independence Day holiday. And while liberty is often viewed in social and political contexts, it also factors into peoples’ lives on an individual level. In particular, the topic of personal independence is of great concern to older folks who struggle to care […]

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Caring For People In A Pandemic

Though COVID-19 affects everyone regardless of their age, older people are more susceptible to catching the virus. Older adults, 60 years and above, with pre-existing medical conditions, such as diabetes, cancer, heart disease, or lung disease, are more likely to get severely infected by COVID-19 than other age groups. Therefore, it is of utmost importance […]

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7 Ways To Keep “Dad” Safe And Happy Father’s Day

It’s no secret people can fall into lifestyle habits that are hard to break. But older folks are especially likely to get stuck in their ways and even more so when it comes to adopting new, helpful technologies. Unfortunately, those who do often suffer from poorer quality of life and compromised health and safety.

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National Senior Health & Fitness Day

If there is one thing that every person should do, regardless of how old they are, it is to exercise. Men, women, youngsters, and the elderly should all engage in physical activity to stay fit and steer clear of diseases. However, exercising regularly and eating a well-balanced diet becomes much more important as one gets […]

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May Is “National Nurses Month” (Here’s Why It Matters!)

“National Nurses Week” has long been celebrated in the United States every year from May 6th to May 12th. But as with many things since the onset of COVID-19, the event has been modified in 2021. This year, many organizations are commemorating all of May as “National Nurses Month” to properly highlight the contributions of […]

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Carbon Monoxide – The Silent Danger

The reason carbon monoxide is considered a silent killer is because it’s odorless and colorless. Many people have no idea that it is present in the air, however, it’s lethal.

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April is “Stress Awareness Month”

Many people struggle to manage stress in their daily lives. Between work, family, and financial burdens, life is full of various pressures that often result in feelings of anxiety. And with the modern world’s fast pace and interconnectivity, people are probably even more prone to stress now than in days past.

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Are You Ready If A Disaster Strikes?

If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that we should expect anything and everything! From wildfires to pandemics, riots, hurricanes, giant hornets and that’s just a small list of what the year delivered!

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National Nutrition Month

National Nutrition Month is an annual campaign created by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics that encourages every individual to take a balanced diet and exercise. Observed by many people during the month of March, National Nutrition Month helps everyone become aware of the importance of good nutrition and healthful eating and physical activity habits. […]

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