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How to Spot a Guilt-Tripper

s caregivers, we often feel guilty for losing our tempers, for having negative feelings toward our care receivers, or for wanting a little time for ourselves. Unless you have intentionally inflicted physical or emotional pain on someone else, however, guilt is not an appropriate response.

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The Upside of Empty Nesting

What benefits of empty nesting are most appealing to you?

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Home Remedies for Aches and Pains of Aging

A 2012 National Health Interview Study found that 11.2 percent of adults report having daily pain.

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“The Value of Home Care” Report

Aging in America is dramatically reshaping society and creating an ever-increasing dilemma: Nearly 70 percent of Americans who reach age 65 will at some point need assistance to care for themselves. Professional home care is emerging as an invaluable health partner for U.S. seniors.

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Senior Women and Arthritic Thumb

Arthritis is a condition that wears down and destroys a joint in the body. Degenerative wear-and-tear arthritis known as osteoarthritis is the type of arthritis that most commonly affects the thumb.

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Legal Issues for Family Caregivers; Is Yoga Safe for Seniors With Joint Pain?

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

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Are Men’s Brains Smaller Than Women’s?

A Mayo Clinic study of 1,246 men and women between ages 30 and 95—with normal cognitive function—shows that the brain’s memory region, the hippocampus, shrinks more for men than women, especially past age 60.

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Retirees Pursuing Second Careers

Retirement is taking on a new meaning for the baby boomer generation. Many of them see retirement as an opportunity to launch a second career, as opposed to engaging in leisure activities. Many boomers, more than any other generation, seek a second career in retirement out of curiosity or financial necessity.

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Senior Switches From Church Pulpit to Theatre Stage

A year ago, Anne Wrider retired from the Church. She sold her house and moved back to Chicago to pursue acting professionally. “People say, ‘How courageous of you to start a whole new career at age 67,’” says Anne. “But it doesn’t feel like courage, really, it feels more like a big new adventure!”

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Boredom Leads to Successful Business

Patricia Barron, or “Big Mama” to those who know her well, finally achieved her lifelong dream of opening her own restaurant at the age of 67. While it may have taken her over 40 years to see that dream realized, everything she learned along the way has contributed to her success.

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