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As we age, we must reconsider our well-being and health to ensure a healthy and safe living; from home safety to mental health issues, we need to know how to prepare and adjust for sudden changes in our lives. Here are some useful webinars and caregiving resources about general aging.

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If you or a loved one is seeking a post-surgery rehabilitation provider, there are many criteria to consider for optimal healing. Consider these points when deciding a provider to ensure quality care you can trust.

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Along with laughter, vegetables are key to longevity, so why not march to a healthier beat with some of these tricks!

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As part of its memory care program, the Masonic Home at Union City incorporates a brain-and-heart-healthy food regimen based on the “Blue Zones”—regions of the world with the highest concentration of centenarians, where elders thrive, with few degenerative diseases.

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If you’re planning for an upcoming surgery that will require skilled recovery care, it’s important to take the time to research your options to identify the provider that is best equipped to meet your specific needs. Here are some questions to consider.

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When it comes to expressing thankfulness for wonderful people and good fortune in your life, are you speaking from the heart? If so, you are taking an important step in supporting your cardiac health. Learn more about how gratitude is healthy for the heart!

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It’s normal around this time of year, with short days and cold nights, to experience feelings of loss or loneliness. If you are feeling down, here are some simple ways to get yourself through the season and embrace the opportunities of the new year.

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While decreased efficiency in the lungs is, unfortunately, a normal part of aging, it doesn’t mean that seniors can’t take steps to protect their lungs from greater threats. Below are a few tips that senior clients can follow so that they continue to breathe easy.

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Especially during the autumn season, colder temperatures, the presence of influenza, and even fallen leaves can put seniors’ wellbeing and independence at risk. Here are a few tips and best practices you can do to stay safe and enjoy everything that the autumn season has to offer.

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Seniors can maintain healthy mouths and reduce their risk of cavities, gum disease, and everything in between, all by following a few best practices. Here are a few that senior clients can incorporate into their routines.

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