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Addressing Malnutrition in Aging Adults

It does not come as a surprise that we develop or discover certain illnesses when we get older. For the most part, aging can mean acquiring home care services or enrolling in assisted living facilities. Malnutrition is among the biggest … Read More ›

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How Does Yoga Foster the Lungs and the Body

Yoga is widely available even to older adults. It is known for keeping a person strong and healthy. A respiratory system’s health affects all the other systems of the body, hence, it is very important to take advances in taking … Read More ›

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Foods to Help Ensure Healthy Digestion

It is the digestive system that breaks down the food we eat and converts it into nutrients that the body needs. Having poor digestive health can result in problems in absorbing essential nutrients and digestive conditions such as irritable bowel &hel...

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Pain Management When Living With Arthritis

Arthritis is a major cause of disability in the United States. It is a life-long condition that causes chronic pain, stiffness, swelling, limb deformities, and an impaired range of motion. Although there is no treatment for arthritis, you can still &...

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Quality Medical and Non-Medical Home Care Services

We often get scared about what lies ahead in our aging journey. We know that choosing to age at home will give us some difficulty in the future. We are here to assure you that there is no need to … Read More ›

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Things to Know for Healthy Lungs

Health is wealth is a popular saying you should not ignore. If you take it seriously, you save yourself from spending too much hospital bills. Seniors age 65 and above need around-the-clock care like what a home health care in … Read More ›

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