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oralhealth

Like most people, it is ideal for seniors to go and visit their dentist at least twice every year. Doing so will help them avoid dental conditions and keep their teeth clean and sparkling as well.

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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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caretaker

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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oralhealth

According to the Journal of Dental Hygiene, more than 50% of adults complain of halitosis or bad breath. While it is an embarrassing dilemma at any age, older adults are more susceptible to chronic ba...

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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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bathing

A person who gets sick or grows older often has an increased need for hygiene. However, they may require help in maintaining and executing proper hygiene or they may be totally unable to do so. As car...

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hygiene

Although they may need support with their day-to-day personal hygiene regimens, looking good and feeling good is still possible for loved ones who suffer from physical handicaps and other disabilities...