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10 Facts Not Everyone Knows About Food

Eating the right foods is key to protecting your health. But what’s right for one person might not be right for you. Here are 10 facts that might surprise you.
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10 Tips to Help Avoid Falling in Your Home

10 Tips to Help Avoid Falling in Your Home

10 tips to help you safety-proof your home to avoid injury and stay safe. Read More
Tips for Managing Your Medications Safely

Tips for Managing Your Medications Safely

If your doctor prescribes medication, it’s important you take the correct amount at the right time. But if you take several medications, that can be tricky! Here are 3 key things to remember. 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
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
Home Safety for People with Memory Loss

Home Safety for People with Memory Loss

16 safety measures you can take to remove dangers so your loved one can live more safely at home. Read More
Top 10 Tips for Hiring a Home Health Aide

Top 10 Tips for Hiring a Home Health Aide

Hiring a home health aide is an important decision. Read More
8 Tips for Managing Congestive Heart Failure

8 Tips for Managing Congestive Heart Failure

If you have congestive heart failure, your heart still works—but it doesn’t work properly. Read More
Understanding Pressure Ulcers (Bedsores)

Understanding Pressure Ulcers (Bedsores)

Pressure ulcers can develop when a person isn’t able to shift position easily. It’s important for caregivers to know the risk factors and how to prevent bedsores from developing. Read More
Know Your Numbers for a Healthy Heart

Know Your Numbers for a Healthy Heart

To keep your heart strong and healthy, you need to know 10 numbers. Read More
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