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Summer Fruit Galette

A galette is an open-faced pie that’s baked flat. Use whatever fruits look great at the market, and use them alone or in combination, as you prefer.
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Are You Ready for Flu Season?

Are You Ready for Flu Season?

Prepare to fight the flu by getting vaccinated and taking preventive action. Read More
Fall Superfoods

Fall Superfoods

When summer’s bounty is a thing of the past, you can still find in-season fruits and vegetables full of powerful nutrients. Try these four superfoods (with buying tips and recipes). Read More
Medication and Sunburn: Know the Risks

Medication and Sunburn: Know the Risks

Many common medications have a summertime side effect: They can cause an abnormal reaction to sunlight and reduce your tolerance for extreme heat. Here's how to protect yourself. Read More
Pack a Perfect Picnic

Pack a Perfect Picnic

When you’re caring for someone who’s homebound, a picnic can be a welcome change for both of you. Here are ideas for menus and finding a perfect spot. Read More
Day Trips for Caregivers Within 2 Hours of New York City

Day Trips for Caregivers Within 2 Hours of New York City

Being in nature can boost your health. Here are parks and gardens that are accessible to caregivers in the NYC area. Read More
Preventing Dehydration

Preventing Dehydration

Dehydration can happen any time of year. Find out the causes, the warning signs, and what to eat to prevent it. Read More
Hot Weather Safety for Older Adults

Hot Weather Safety for Older Adults

When the temperatures climb dangerously high, these tips can keep you and your loved one safe. Read More
Summer Fruit Galette

Summer Fruit Galette

A galette is an open-faced pie that’s baked flat. Use whatever fruits look great at the market, and use them alone or in combination, as you prefer. Read More
Tips on Caring for the Caregiver

Tips on Caring for the Caregiver

Caring for a loved one who has a chronic medical condition can often be filled with ups and downs, as you learn to take care of that person. Read More
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