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

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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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Don’t forget to give the folks who gave you unconditional love, comfort, patience, kindness, and lessons in life a big hug! Let your grandparents know how much they mean to you. They will really...

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• Forgetting things on a daily basis and not remembering them• Having difficulties in making plans or solving problems• Losing the ability to complete familiar tasks• Losing track of time or place ...

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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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Becoming healthy is not just for people with non-disabilities. Even those with handicaps can stay fit! If your loved ones have mobility limitations due to some disability, there are still many things ...

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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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Vision impairments become more common as you age. While they may not be life-threatening, they can certainly affect how you keep up with your daily routines. You can protect your eyesight by wearing p...

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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 ...