Category 'Pain Management'

Celebrate Senior Sunday!

Loneliness and isolation destroy happiness and health, but you can be part of the cure.

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Dreams and Grieving Go Hand in Hand

Bereavement in one’s waking life is often helped by resolving loss through one’s dream life.

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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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Practicing Tai Chi Can Lead to Many Health Benefits for Elders

Medical research finds that tai chi decreases joint pain and the risk of falling for older adults.

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Exercising in the Pool Lowers Joint Impact

Water aerobics is gaining popularity as a fitness alternative because exercises performed in water have lower impact on joints than land-based exercises.

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Winter Travel Safety Tips

There are a lot of wonderful things that are unique to winter – cozy blankets, hot cocoa, dazzling Christmas lights, just to name a few. But there are also quite a few dangers that are unique to winter as well and, unfortunately, they are often overlooked in the merriment of the season.  ...

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Do Seniors Experience Unnecessary Pain?

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

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Orphaned as an Adult

Statistics show that one-third of American 50-year-olds still have a father living, and two-thirds still have their mother. By age 60 though, two-thirds of Americans become adult orphans.

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Activities for People With Alzheimer’s Disease; Living With Gout

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

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