Affording Long-Term Senior Care

2020-01-24T17:37:29+00:00January 24th, 2020|Categories: Seniors|

Affording Long-Term Senior Care in a Senior Living Community

As you age, it can be hard to decide where to live. The elderly often choose to remain at home for as long as possible. There comes a time when they are unable to do all the work necessary to be […]

Alzheimer’s vs Dementia

2020-01-13T20:02:18+00:00January 10th, 2020|Categories: Seniors|

The Difference Between Alzheimer’s And Dementia

Knоwing the difference between Alzheimer’s and dementia is very imроrtаnt ѕо that proper mаnаgеmеnt саn bе givеn tо thе раtiеnt. Judging ѕоmеоnе with Alzheimer’s diѕеаѕе iѕ nоt gооd for the раtiеnt аѕ trеаtmеnt саn be аn орtiоn. If a doctor diаgnоѕеѕ a раtiеnt […]

Aging and Memory Loss

2019-12-28T05:00:14+00:00December 1st, 2017|Categories: Seniors, senior health|

Aging and Memory Loss

About 1 of every 5 Americans in their 70s experiences some form of mild memory loss. When an older adult begins to experience memory loss, they may experience role confusion. They might feel they are no longer a productive member of society. This can lead to feelings […]

Fall Prevention Exercises for the Elderly

2019-12-28T05:03:51+00:00April 11th, 2017|Categories: Seniors, senior health|

Fall Prevention Exercises for the Elderly

As individuals age, bone and muscle mass diminishes, vestibular systems are weakened and falls become more common. Fall-related injuries make up about one-quarter of hospitalizations in the elderly, and senior citizens without balance and strength training are more likely to experience falls. For seniors, exercises […]

How to Comfort Someone Diagnosed with Mesothelioma

2019-12-28T05:06:53+00:00November 30th, 2016|Categories: Seniors|Tags: |

How to Comfort Someone with Mesothelioma

Receiving a diagnosis of a terminal disease, such as mesothelioma cancer, is never easy. No one ever wants to hear the dreadful statement: “It’s cancer.” That simple six-letter word can strike fear into anyone. A cancer diagnosis is also often accompanied by anxiety and even […]

The Elderly – America’s Forgotten Citizens

2020-01-01T20:28:11+00:00August 23rd, 2016|Categories: Seniors|Tags: , |

The Elderly – America’s Forgotten Citizens

Although the genetic makeup of a human being has a significant impact on their expected longevity, a healthy environment, proper diet, consistent exercise, and regular participation in general activities can all prolong life.

According to the Penn State Research Department, a few […]

Life-Saving Devices for Seniors Living at Home

2017-12-17T08:32:24+00:00July 25th, 2016|Categories: Seniors|Tags: |

Life-Saving Devices for Seniors

Staying in their own houses and apartments as they grow older is a golden goal for most folks.Staff members at elder-care facilities may mean well, but the comforts of home are best. Ten devices make living at home safer and easier to manage for seniors and […]

Good Nutritional Habits for the Elderly

2019-12-27T02:39:30+00:00July 15th, 2016|Categories: Seniors|

Good Nutritional Habits for Seniors

With age comes a number of new health concerns and an increased need for good nutritional habits. You need to make sure that your body is getting the nutrients that it needs to function properly, but it’s all too easy to get confused by the […]

Fatigue during Mesothelioma Treatment

2017-12-17T08:32:25+00:00June 18th, 2016|Categories: Seniors|

How to Overcome Fatigue during Mesothelioma Treatment

Fatigue is a common symptom of cancer, and it’s often made worse by cancer treatment. Extreme exhaustion can alarm patients and their caregivers, but fatigue is normal during cancer treatment, and there are ways to cope and recover.
Fatigue isn’t just feeling tired; […]