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New Year’s resolutions are a time-honored tradition that encourages people to set goals and put their best foot forward in the new year. The most common New Year’s resolutions, time after time, revolve around better health. One simple and effective way to transition into a healthy, happy lifestyle is to begin by improving your diet.

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Diabetes can affect people of all ages. According to the 2020 National Diabetes Statistics Report from the CDC, 34.2 million Americans currently suffer from this disease. That’s roughly one in ten individuals, and think about that for a minute — it could even be someone you know!

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Diabetes can affect people of all ages. According to the 2020 National Diabetes Statistics Report from the CDC, 34.2 million Americans currently suffer from this disease. That’s roughly one in ten individuals, and think about that for a minute — it could even be someone you know! Diabetes is characterized by high blood sugar levels…

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Deteriorating memory is a condition most seniors have to face sooner or later. The brain needs to be stimulated and exercised to work its potential. Changing the habits of the brain is one of the easiest ways to improve one’s ability to remember. One method is to change the normal habits of doing things by…

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It is no surprise that in addition to the terrible toll Dementia takes on its sufferers, it also puts a heavy burden on the family caregivers. Here are some tips that will help you deal with the situation better • Don’t overwhelm yourself The emotional stress that comes with caring for a person with the illness,…

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Many older adults have trouble falling asleep, causing a daytime fatigue so overwhelming that they are unable to drive properly or take part in various normal activities. There are many changes in the sleeping patterns that people experience as they age, like having less deep sleep, feeling sleepy too early, waking up too early, waking…

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Low vision is a chronic visual impairment which cannot be corrected with glasses, contact lenses, or medical treatment; making it a serious home safety risk for seniors & a major concern for family caregivers. Hence, older adults with low vision who want to age in place must take some necessary measures to ensure their safety…

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Arthritis isn’t just one single disease; it is a term encompassing various degenerative conditions marked by inflammation, swelling, pain, and stiffness in the joints. Managing arthritis is one of the most common challenges the elderly face as they get older. Not knowing when the pain will flare up can significantly affect their quality of life…

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Bone density loss is inevitable as you age. However, there are many ways you can keep the bone loss to a minimum. Some of the simple steps that you can take for strengthening your bones and keeping them healthy in old age are listed below: Go For a Bone Density Test If you have not…

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