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Eating healthy meals is very important, but following through can be challenging. Planning and writing down a loved one’s meals for the entire week can save time during grocery shopping or meal prepar...

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A huge part of maintaining your senior loved ones’ health is helping them prepare their meals. Help your loved ones cook not only healthy meals but delicious ones, too.

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As you age, your skin gets thinner, wrinkled, and dry. But you can still keep your skin healthy! Here are some tips: • Drink enough water.• Use moisturizers.• Take fewer baths and use milder soap.•...

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Your senses of taste and smell change over time. Because these senses are connected, a fading sense of smell may alter how certain foods taste to you. In turn, this may cause you to lose your appetite...

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Why Should Your Senior Loved Ones Avail of Home Health Care? You might think that the quality of services offered in care facilities is greater than that provided by home caregivers. This is not al...

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Get a good measure of your senior loved ones’ heart health by knowing the generally recommended numbers: 1. Total cholesterol of less than or equal to 200 mg/dL 2. Fasting blood sugar of less th...

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According to the American Health Association, one in every three American aging adults has too much cholesterol. High cholesterol levels can lead to stroke and heart disease, which are major causes of...

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1. Changes in their cognitive and physical functions (e.g., trouble keeping track of time and place, mood swings, mobility issues) 2. Poor personal hygiene (e.g., infrequent showering or bathing, n...

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Look out for signs that your elders may not be as handy or as safe in the kitchen as they used to be. Some of these clues include: 1. An empty refrigerator2. Spoiled food in the fridge3. A burner h...

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People’s dietary needs change as they grow older. Because of this, you need to make sure that your senior loved ones are getting the nutrition that their respective health conditions require. Li...