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What to Expect in Hospice Care (Alyssa)

Photo by Micheile Henderson from Unsplash As we grow older it becomes harder to take care of ourselves. Many children find themselves looking for better home and care options for their parents. Hospice care is a frequent choice for these people. In hospice care, the elderly are housed, fed, and taken care of. What hospice care is like changes significantly based off of the patient’s... ❯❯❯

10 Winter Craft Ideas For Grandparents

Photo by Annie Spratt on Unsplash Making crafts with the grandkids is a ton of fun, but after making paper-mache snowballs, paper snowmen, and cutting out snowflakes, you might be ready for a project that’s a bit more grown-up. So, while your grandbabies go out and enjoy a snow day, why don’t you grab a mug of hot chocolate, set the television to the Hallmark Channel, and start... ❯❯❯

All I Want for Christmas is to Feel Young - 5 Ways to Youth!

Photo by Keren Perez on Unsplash As each new holiday season arrives, it’s natural to look back on all your festive experiences. However, it doesn’t help to look back when all you want for Christmas is to look and feel younger. If you are tired of feeling old, use this list to turn back the clock! 1. Learn Something New You may not have time to learn a new skill or hobby by the end... ❯❯❯

Top 5 Home Safety Tips for Seniors

Many of us are responsible for the care of an elderly individual, be it a friend or loved one. Often, a person's later years give us a great opportunity to love and care for someone that loved and cared for us when we needed it. Even so, it's not a requirement that every senior must live in a retirement home. Plenty of older individuals are capable of living on their own, but when this is the case... ❯❯❯

Tips to avoid body pain for elders

Sadly, feeling aches and pain is a process of growing old. Does this mean older adults tolerate the pain every day? As we age, our bodies are known to become more fragile to chronic and long-term pain. Some strains are more common during certain times of your life. Understanding the problems you are facing may help alleviate the pain. The good news is, there are effective treatment methods. ... ❯❯❯

4 Food Items Every Elderly Should Consume

Growing old is a natural part of life, and the elderly are a cherished community in our society and always will be. Therefore, it’s essential that we look after them the best we can and encourage them to take care of themselves as well. If you need assistance in looking after a close elderly then consider seeking help from Senior Care Services. One of the best ways by which we can help... ❯❯❯

7 treatment options to get rid of canker sores

Are you suffering from canker sores for a week? Do you want help to cure canker sores? So, come and read this article to know about some good treatment options.  Canker sores are quite common among individuals. This usually occurs in the mouth or the gums. Well, most people confuse about canker and cold sores. Cold sores occur on lips where canker sores occur in the mouth or base... ❯❯❯

Important Things To Understand About Teeth & Age

Photo by Ravi Patel on Unsplash As we age, our teeth begin to show signs of the years of wear and tear. It’s become a misconception that with age, people are guaranteed to lose most of their teeth and will need to wear dentures. While dentures may be necessary for some, and others will lose some of their teeth, most of your natural teeth should stick with you through the years. But with... ❯❯❯

Why Do Your Feet Hurt?

Photo by Imani Clovis from Unsplash Aching feet is a common issue. It’s always a relief to come home from a long day of work, kick off your shoes, and prop your feet up. Our feet do a lot of work, so it’s not really a surprise they often feel sore. But what is really making your feet hurt? Here are five common sources of foot pain. 1) Poor Support Do you wear supportive shoes?... ❯❯❯

5 Things to Look for in a Podiatrist

Photo by Mutzii on Unsplash You’re out having a blast bowling with some friends. You walk up to the line ready to bowl when your friend passes the ball to you and misses. The bowling ball lands squarely on your big toe. As you are whisked away in the ambulance you think about your future and which foot doctor you will start seeing… here are five things to look for when looking for... ❯❯❯