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Published By Rita Ude Kellen on January 28, 2017

Caregiving When You Don’t Get Along With Your Loved One; Raising Awareness of Women’s Heart Health

The February edition of the Caring Right at Home e-newsletter is now available! Below are descriptions of two articles you can find in the edition:

“Mom cared for me when I was young. Now it’s my turn,” say many family caregivers. But what if your relationship with your parents was difficult when you were younger? Find some tips for taking care of yourself while you’re providing care in “When the Caregiving Dynamic Is Complicated.

When a woman is having a cardiac episode, say experts, she is more likely to ignore it, or chalk it up to stress, indigestion or even a pulled muscle. February 3 is National Wear Red Day®, a time to raise awareness of heart health in women. To learn more, read “Women Less Likely to Recognize Report Heart Attack Symptoms.”

Find more information, advice and support for adult caregiving in the just-released edition of the Caring Right at Home e-newsletter!

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