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Caregiver Stress Busters

The key to reducing family caregiver stress is to be proactive about self-care before the strain of overseeing the health of your loved one builds.

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Staying Financially Independent as You Age

A longer life translates to needing more money to carry one through, especially if Medicaid and Social Security funds dwindle.

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U.S. Alzheimer’s Rate Is Declining

Landmark research shows it may be time to toast a green smoothie to lowering Alzheimer’s disease in the United States.

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Family Caregivers Share Advice; Study Reveals Why Mental Exercise Is Important

These and other stories are in the January edition of the Caring Right at Home e-newsletter, providing information, advice and support for adult caregiving.

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Managing Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a serious eye disease that can lead to blindness, but if detected early, those who have been diagnosed with glaucoma usually respond well to treatment.

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Is Grandma More Than Grumpy?

A nursing study by Case Western Reserve University reports that grandmothers who take care of their grandchildren full time are more apt to be stressed and depressed.

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Snowbirds Flocking South

Like their avian counterparts, snowbird retirees migrate to warmer locales before winter invades.

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Self-Care vs. Medical Help

Healing takes longer when your body is older, but how do seniors know when to rely on self-care for aches, pains and injuries and when to seek medical help?

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Little-Known Veterans Benefit – Aid and Attendance

Many veterans are unaware of the Aid and Attendance (A&A) monetary benefit.

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When Your Loved One Resists Home Care; Why Alzheimer’s Patients Search for Things

These and other stories are in the December edition of the Caring Right at Home e-newsletter, providing information, advice and support for adult caregiving.

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