Beating the Mid-Winter Blues

The short days of January and February often result in short tempers. Try these sanity-saving tips to reduce chaos at home.
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Physical Signs of the End of Life

Physical Signs of the End of Life

Many families wonder about end of life sign and worry about the physical changes that will occur in the days and hours before death. Read More
Make Exercise Part of Your Life

Make Exercise Part of Your Life

Take these steps before you start an exercise program to avoid injury and increase your odds of sticking with it. Read More
4 Easy Ways to Add Exercise to Your Day

4 Easy Ways to Add Exercise to Your Day

As every caregiver knows, finding a block of free time for exercise is almost impossible. And let’s face it: Even a 20-minute workout takes at least a half hour by the time you get ready. Read More
How to Follow the Mediterranean Diet

How to Follow the Mediterranean Diet

This diet that has been shown to increase longevity and help to stabilize blood sugars, reduce “bad” cholesterol and triglycerides, lower blood pressure, and reduce your risk of several diseases. Read More
Outdoor Safety Tips for Winter

Outdoor Safety Tips for Winter

The winter months pose a special set of hazards for the ailing and elderly. Cold temperatures can increase risk of heart attack, make breathing difficult, and may lead to dangerous slips and falls. Read More
Working with a Home Health Aide

Working with a Home Health Aide

Find out what a home health aide can and cannot do, and how to make sure you’re hiring one who’s qualified. Read More
Home Safety Tips for Winter

Home Safety Tips for Winter

Winter can increase safety hazards indoors. As the temperature drops, take these steps to make sure that you and your loved ones are safe and warm when you’re at home. Read More
Avoiding Winter Falls

Avoiding Winter Falls

Tips to preventing injury and increasing safety in icy winter weather. Read More
New Year’s Resolutions for Caregivers

New Year’s Resolutions for Caregivers

These 8 resolutions can help caregivers take care of themselves. Read More
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