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1. Avoid using small throw rugs and clutter that may cause trips.2. Install grab bars and handrails next to the toilet, shower, and along stairways.3. Keep electrical cords hidden and carefully tucked...

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1. Persistent Sadness2. Frequent Tearfulness3. Frequent Changes in Weight4. Difficulty Sleeping5. Pacing and Fidgeting

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1. Becoming cynical and detached2. Physical and emotional exhaustion3. A feeling of inefficacy and lack of personal accomplishment

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People with physical or mental challenges need the type and quality of health care that fits not just their unique situations but their needs as a whole. Like people with non-disabilities, they still ...

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Older adults can still enjoy various fun activities even with their limited mobility. Prevent boredom with these tips: 1. Learn new languages.2. Exercise.3. Play puzzles and games.4. Read books.5. ...

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Caring for your senior loved ones can be challenging if they cannot verbalize any discomfort they may feel. To clue you in, here are some signs they may exhibit: • Facial grimace• Restlessness, une...

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Approximately 100 million Americans have experienced chronic pain at some point. Pain indicates the existence of a problem that may need your attention. Here are some facts you need to know: 1. Aro...

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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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Did you know that stomach cancer mostly affects the senior population? In fact, the University of California, San Francisco reports that of people with stomach cancer are over 65 years old. Stomach ca...

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Stomach cancer, also known as adenocarcinoma, is a type of cancer that usually begins in the main parts of a patient’s stomach. People affected by stomach cancer usually exhibit symptoms such as...