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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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8 Warm Weather Tips for Seniors

8 Warm Weather Tips for Seniors

Older adults are more prone to heat-related health problems than younger people. Read More
11 Safety Tips for Taking Good Care of Your Family

11 Safety Tips for Taking Good Care of Your Family

11 child safety tips you can take today to keep your family safe from harm. Read More
Are you drinking enough water?

Are you drinking enough water?

Your body needs plenty of water every day to work normally. Here are 10 tips to make sure you’re getting the fluids to stay healthy and hydrated. Read More
Hot Weather Safety Tips

Hot Weather Safety Tips

During a heat wave, it’s important to take steps to prevent heat exhaustion and dehydration. Read More
Facts About Diabetes

Facts About Diabetes

Type 2 diabetes often has no symptoms (millions of people don’t know they have the disease!). Find out if you’re at risk—and learn 7 steps to take to reduce your risk and prevent or delay developing it Read More
Getting a Good Night’s Sleep

Getting a Good Night’s Sleep

If you consistently have trouble getting a full night’s rest, you increase your risk of accidents, illness, and stress. Read More
7 Tips for People with Memory Loss

7 Tips for People with Memory Loss

Help your loved one maintain independence and avoid frustration as memory declines. Read More
Does someone you care for seem sad all the time?

Does someone you care for seem sad all the time?

Feeling sad or blue from time to time is normal, but if it lasts for more than a few days it may be a medical condition that can be treated. Read More
Are you caring for someone who is ill, elderly, or disabled?

Are you caring for someone who is ill, elderly, or disabled?

Caring for someone who has chronic medical problems can be overwhelming. Here are tips to help caregivers cope. Read More
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