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7 Barriers to Senior Exercise and Tips to Overcome Them

Beginning a routine exercise schedule is daunting at any age. Physical exercise is tiring. We don’t want to expend the time. We’re feeling sore from yesterday’s workout. We’ve all made excuses such as these for avoiding physical fitness; but frailty and advanced age make it even more challenging to remain

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Senior Workouts for Any Ability Level

The many advantages of engaging in exercise do not decrease as we get older, and it’s tremendously important for aging adults to uphold as active a lifestyle as possible. Even seniors who are bedridden or wheelchair-bound have a full range of options for senior workouts that can strengthen and boost

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6 Tips for Male Mesothelioma Patients

Mesothelioma occurs in men 4 times more often than women. Researchers believe men develop mesothelioma more often because occupational asbestos exposure typically happens in male-dominated industries.

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Tips for Caring for Someone with Alzheimer’s During COVID-19

Caring for someone with Alzheimer’s is often difficult under the best of scenarios; mix in a global pandemic, one which calls for social distancing, masks, and thorough sterilization of both ourselves and our environment, and the challenge might appear insurmountable. Complete Care at Home’s Alzheimer’s care team recommends the following

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Top COVID-19 Resources for Family Caregivers and Seniors

Knowing the best place to turn for the current and most dependable info on COVID-19, specifically as it relates to the elderly and people who provide caregiving assistance for them, is important – and can be confusing. Because there are many sources and different viewpoints on this serious situation, we

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3 Incredible Benefits Linked Exercise for Parkinson’s Disease Patients

The results of maintaining some form of exercise regimen throughout aging are tremendous, but for people that have Parkinson’s disease, it could truly be a game-changer in the progression associated with the disease. Several studies are uncovering direct links between physical exercise and Parkinson’s, like the largest clinical study to date,

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Debunking the Common Myths of Urinary Incontinence

Incontinence is generally an upsetting topic for those who experience it. The preconception behind the affliction frequently contributes to individuals either lacking information or believing in some common misunderstandings about incontinence. Below are just a few incontinence myths and the facts to go with them:  Myth: Urinary incontinence is unavoidable as we grow

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Take Control of Incontinence with These Tips

Incontinence, or decreased bladder control, is a distressing and delicate issue, especially for older adults. It can trigger a number of concerns, from skin sores to social isolation for individuals who are afraid to leave the house in case of an “accident.” But while bladder leakage causes approximately 25 million

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