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Good News: Family Caregivers May Live Longer

A recent study found that, contradicting long-standing wisdom, people who care for a family member may live longer than people who aren’t caregivers.
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Stress and Heart Disease: How Caregiving Increases Your Risk

Stress and Heart Disease: How Caregiving Increases Your Risk

Family caregivers are at higher risk for many health problems related to stress, But as a caregiver, you often can’t remove the primary source of stress in your life. How can you protect your health and your heart? Read More
How to Start the Conversation About Hospice Care

How to Start the Conversation About Hospice Care

Asking these questions about end-of-life care can help you find out your loved one’s priorities. Read More
Quitting Work for Caregiving: Financial and Practical Considerations

Quitting Work for Caregiving: Financial and Practical Considerations

Before you quit work to care for someone, think about the long-term ramifications. Read More
Type A Caregiving: How Do You Manage an Unmanageable Illness?

Type A Caregiving: How Do You Manage an Unmanageable Illness?

It’s important to find a way to make caregiving a part of your life, but in a way that you can live with over time. Read More
Social Isolation, Loneliness, and Health

Social Isolation, Loneliness, and Health

Social isolation and loneliness aren’t the same thing. Find out the difference, and how they can affect your health. Read More
Hospice: An Option for End-of-Life Care

Hospice: An Option for End-of-Life Care

Treatment options change as a disease progresses. How do you know when hospice may be a choice to consider? Read More
Communicating with Someone Who Has Memory Loss

Communicating with Someone Who Has Memory Loss

Tips caregivers can use to avoid frustration and arguments when communicating with someone with dementia. Read More
Workplace Discrimination and Caregiving

Workplace Discrimination and Caregiving

Are you facing discrimination at work because of your caregiving responsibilities? Read More
When Caregiving Ends

When Caregiving Ends

6 tips to cope and adjust when the familiar routine of caregiving ends. Read More
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