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improving senior health and fitness

Tips for Improving Senior Health and Fitness

Approximately 100,000 senior adults come together each year to celebrate National Senior Health and Fitness Day to help promote the importance. If you didn’t celebrate this year, the large community will continue to participate in local health and fitness events

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Living With Arthritis

Best Products for Living With Arthritis

Improving quality of life with arthritis Contrary to popular belief, arthritis is not a single disease. Infact, there are more than 100 types of arthritis and related conditions. Arthritis is the leading cause of disability in the United States, affecting

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Improving Quality of Life With Parkinson’s Disease

Affecting an estimated 1 million Americans and 10 million people worldwide, Parkinson’s disease is a progressive disorder that affects movement. Common symptoms include tremors, muscle stiffness, slow movement, and impaired balance. While living with Parkinson’s disease can be challenging, there

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Hot and Cold Therapy

Using Hot and Cold Therapy for Pain Relief

Using Hot and Cold Therapy for Pain Relief Healing after an injury can be a long, uncomfortable process. While massage, ultrasound and physical therapy can be helpful, heat and cold therapy is a simple, inexpensive option to help promote healing

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traveling with incontinence over spring break

Traveling With Incontinence Over Spring Break

After a long winter, the thought of traveling to an exotic destination for spring break often sounds enticing. No matter which destination you choose, we have tips to help keep your bladder under control and comfortable for your trip. Here

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Hospice Care Hospital Beds

Key Features of Hospice Care Hospital Beds

Home hospital beds are an essential part of hospice care. The adjustable head and foot sections allow patients to assume positions that are not possible with wedges or pillows. Patients can also sit upright in bed to visit with loved

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Home Safety Tips For People With Dementia

Home Safety Tips For People With Dementia

Home safety is important for everyone, but especially for people who have Alzheimer’s disease or other types of dementia. Over time, they may become less able to manage around the house. For instance, they may forget to turn off the

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