Great Gifts for Caregivers

Too little time and too much stress are two constants in a caregiver’s life, and gifts that make their hectic days a little easier are always welcome. These suggestions can help you show the caregiver on your holiday list that you care.
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Important Immunizations for Older Adults

Important Immunizations for Older Adults

Thousands of older adults suffer needlessly every year from illnesses that could have been prevented by immunizations. Ask your doctor about these vaccines. Read More
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 avoid stress. How can you protect your health and your heart? Read More
How to Prevent Infections

How to Prevent Infections

Avoid stomach bugs, colds, and other infections with these 5 tips. Read More
What to Eat in Winter

What to Eat in Winter

Some fruits and vegetables are at their best in winter, and others store well. Give these options a try! Read More
When Illness Affects Friendships

When Illness Affects Friendships

As a caregiver, you may have noticed that your loved one's illness affects friendships. These tips can help as you navigate a changing social landscape. Read More
A Caregiver’s Guide to Setting Goals

A Caregiver’s Guide to Setting Goals

Often, how successful you are at meeting goals isn’t a matter of willpower. Make yours achievable with these 3 steps. Read More
When Siblings Won’t Help with Caregiving

When Siblings Won’t Help with Caregiving

Are family disagreements threatening your parents’ care? Read More
Navigating a Buffet on a Restricted Diet

Navigating a Buffet on a Restricted Diet

Learn to balance temptation with healthy habits when you're facing endless tables of festive foods. Read More
Dealing with Depression over the Holidays

Dealing with Depression over the Holidays

The holidays are supposed to be festive, but for some, they are a source of stress—and caregivers, who are already stretched thin, are doubly vulnerable to holiday sadness. Read More
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